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  • Northwestern enters hostile environment seeking 5th straight win

    Northwestern enters hostile environment seeking 5th straight win
    Northwestern may have a shot at an NIT bid if the Wildcats continue to finish strong. And Illinois is entertaining notions of an NCAA berth, with plenty of company on that precarious tournament bubble. Saturday night's intrastate meeting at the...
  • 'Barometer games' are on tap this weekend

    'Barometer games' are on tap this weekend
    Sure, there's plenty of lacrosse left to be played this season. But this weekend brings us five games — we'll call them "barometer games" — that could determine a team's direction the rest of the season. The games will gauge the quality of...
  • Despite offensive struggles, Purdue surging in Big Ten

    Given a choice between dunkers and and 3-point bombers, I'll take muscle-flexing beasties every time. Which is why I like Purdue's chances for making more postseason noise than Indiana. The Boilermakers convinced this skeptic when they swept Indiana by...
  • Shannon Ryan's Big Ten rankings

     Shannon Ryan's Big Ten rankings
    (Record, last week's ranking in parenthesis) 1. Wisconsin (25-3, 13-2; 1): The Badgers still are the strongest team in the conference despite Tuesday's loss to Maryland. Up next: Sunday vs. Michigan State. 2. Maryland (23-5, 11-4; 2): The victory over...
  • Maryland's win over No. 5 Wisconsin may signal arrival of Terps as national contender

    Maryland's win over No. 5 Wisconsin may signal arrival of Terps as national contender
    When college basketball teams make the transition from rebuilding to nationally relevant, their coaches, players and fans often can point to a few games that helped speed up the process. Someday Mark Turgeon might talk about Tuesday night's 59-53...
  • Potential landing spots for former Ravens running back Ray Rice

    Potential landing spots for former Ravens running back Ray Rice
    Indianapolis Colts Why they would sign him: Along with the Arizona Cardinals, the Colts unsuccessfully tried to claim running back Ben Tate off waivers; he was awarded to the Minnesota Vikings after being cut by the Cleveland Browns. The Colts lost...
  • At 9-0, Maryland women are halfway to perfect season in Big Ten

    At 9-0, Maryland women are halfway to perfect season in Big Ten
    It's been 30 years since a women's basketball team from the Big Ten went undefeated over 18 conference games. Fifth-ranked Maryland is halfway there in its inaugural season and showing it's by far the class of the conference after having beaten three of...
  • Hurry-up offense: Area prospects under pressure ahead of signing day

    Jarius Adams, Michigan on one, Ohio State on two. WISCONSIN! WISCONSIN! Reeeady. Set. Hut. More like TIME OUT! As much as in football itself, audibles are required when it comes to recruiting. And the need for split-second shifts and decisions...
  • Virginia need not apologize for pace, defensive excellence

    Virginia need not apologize for pace, defensive excellence
    Syracuse was the toast of college basketball a year ago. Jim Boeheim’s Orange was 25-0, ranked No. 1 and applauded for a style rooted in a stifling 2-3 zone defense. Today, Virginia is portrayed by some of the same oracles as the game’s...
  • Upset of No. 5 Wisconsin would put Illinois solidly in postseason mix

    Upset of No. 5 Wisconsin would put Illinois solidly in postseason mix
    After a victory that was as emotional as it was exhausting, Illinois coach John Groce compared his team's efforts to that of Seabiscuit's valiant match-race upset of War Admiral in 1938. "It was his heart," Groce said Thursday after beating Michigan...
  • Ninth-ranked 'Canes rally for season-opening win

    Ninth-ranked 'Canes rally for season-opening win
    Before the Hurricanes’ opener, coach Jim Morris was plenty excited to see how the new, flatter-seamed baseballs being used by the NCAA this year would drive up offensive numbers. On Friday night, Rutgers may have had some of the bigger swings...