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  • USF quarterbacks eager to earn starting job, lead revitalized offense

    USF quarterbacks eager to earn starting job, lead revitalized offense
    TAMPA — As the final whistle blew Saturday, Mike White raced out to mid-field to congratulate teammate Steven Bench. Both quarterbacks were all laughs after helping lead the Green team to a 10-9 win over the White team during USF's annual spring...
  • New Approach Spurs Louisville Back Into Sweet 16, Facing Dayton

    ALBANY — Two years ago, Shoni Schimmel led the Louisville Cardinals to the NCAA title game. Last year, the Cardinals reached the Elite Eight with an offense that revolved around Schimmel. Louisville won 52 games over two seasons and was a player...
  • Williams Provided Spark When Needed

    Williams Provided Spark When Needed
    STORRS — It was midway through the first half and UConn's lead over Rutgers was shrinking. The Scarlet Knights scored six unanswered points, were within five points of the Huskies and were deploying a physical approach that seemingly was working....
  • Second-half surge lifts Maryland in NCAA women's tournament

    Second-half surge lifts Maryland in NCAA women's tournament
    Laurin Mincy scored 27 points and top-seeded Maryland used a second-half blitz to knock off previously unbeaten Princeton, 85-70, Monday night in the Spokane Regional at College Park, Md. The Terrapins (32-2) will take a 26-game winning streak into a...
  • AAC preview: Five conference games to watch in 2015

    AAC preview: Five conference games to watch in 2015
      The American Athletic Conference continues its evolution this season with the addition of Navy. The move finally allows the league to break into divisions while creating a much-needed conference championship game. Keeping that in mind, here are five...
  • Gonzaga women advance again to Sweet 16 as an 11 seed

    It seems 11 is the perfect number for Gonzaga. The Zags advanced to the Sweet 16 on Sunday for the third time in five years as a No. 11 seed. Now the Bulldogs get to go home to Spokane to play in a regional 3 miles from their campus. The possible...
  • Princeton wins in front of President Obama

    The Princeton women's basketball team earned a historic victory in front of President Barack Obama. UConn rolled in its opener and another 11 seed pulled off an upset. Such was the second day of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The Tigers' first...
  • March Madness just the ticket for sluggish college hoops

    March Madness just the ticket for sluggish college hoops
    Who knew? For months, we've heard all about the sorry state of college basketball. The sport was in trouble. It was unwatchable thanks to a combination of low scoring and painfully slow play. Most of the sport's recognizable stars were leaving after just...
  • UConn's Next Opponent: St. Francis Brooklyn

    UConn's Next Opponent: St. Francis Brooklyn
    STORRS — To say that UConn's regular season was a prelude is theoretically correct. That's how the schedule flows. Everything in due time. But it also understates the consistency and domination that again catapulted the Huskies to the top of the...
  • UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament

    UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament
    The road to the Final Four starts in Storrs, runs through Albany, and ends in Tampa, Fla., UConn's destination as it chases another NCAA title. The Huskies are No. 1 in the country and a heavy favorite to cut down the net next month in Tampa, site of...
  • Huskies Head To Tournament As Nation's Best, Again

    Huskies Head To Tournament As Nation's Best, Again
    STORRS — For the majority of teams with the grades to qualify, Monday is a very uncomfortable day. They stand on virtual stages, their attributes as possible players in the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament evaluated by a gaggle of...