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  • Notre Dame still has work to do for NCAA tournament

    Notre Dame still has work to do for NCAA tournament
    The message came a couple of hours after Notre Dame toppled No. 4 Duke. "Do you think Notre Dame will be a No. 1 seed?" As in for the NCAA tournament. I answered that the Irish still had work to do. There were no such texts after Saturday's...
  • Notebook: Syracuse women try playing two

    Notebook: Syracuse women try playing two
    Syracuse opened its season with two games Saturday, something that had never been done in women's lacrosse, though Orange coach Gary Gait took the idea from an old tradition. "It's actually almost old school," Gait said. "When I started coaching at...
  • John Harbaugh attends Terps-Indiana game to support brother-in-law, Tom Crean

    John Harbaugh attends Terps-Indiana game to support brother-in-law, Tom Crean
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh strolled into the Xfinity Center about an hour before tipoff Wednesday night, taking a seat behind the Indiana bench. His brother-in-law is Hoosiers coach Tom Crean. “It’s like Tom said, I love my sister [Joan] and...
  • Muller, Virginia Tech show continued life in comeback win over Georgia Tech

    Malik Muller started at power forward again Monday night for Virginia Tech, as apt a metaphor for this season's Hokies as you'll find. Muller then scored a game-high 17 points and made the decisive shot in a 65-63, come-from-behind victory that also...
  • In fourth season, Mark Turgeon hasn't changed, but Terps' fortunes finally have

    Anniversaries are useful milestones for measuring progress or, in some cases, decline. In that way, college basketball mimics life, with coaches judged, year after year, by how their programs have grown — or not. Come Tuesday night, it will be...
  • 'Canes rally comes up short at Louisville

    'Canes rally comes up short at Louisville
    Miami had a chance to pull off an upset, but Louisville escaped the battle between two teams seeking an NCAA Tournament resume boost. The Cardinals found a way to deliver during crunch time, while the Hurricanes faltered. After struggling at the...
  • Hamilton A Rare Bright Spot From Another Painful UConn Loss

    Hamilton A Rare Bright Spot From Another Painful UConn Loss
    MEMPHIS — Out of a muddled season for UConn, one thing is becoming bright and clear: Freshman Daniel Hamilton is growing up, establishing himself as the next big thing for the Huskies. "The Daniel Hamilton kid is going to be a heck of a player,"...
  • Notre Dame thinking good 'bye' for ACC tourney

    Notre Dame is in good position for a double-round bye for the upcoming ACC Tournament. But the Irish are aiming higher. "We've talked about the chase for the regular-season championship," Notre Dame coach Mike Brey said. "It's kept us in the moment....
  • State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races

    State teams in thick of college basketball's tightest conference races
    Portending a wild March in Virginia, college basketball’s three most-clustered league races involve teams from the commonwealth. Logjams at the top. Hoards lurking in the shadows. Clashes between contenders on the horizon. Such is life in the...
  • Christmas leads Syracuse past No. 12 Louisville 69-59

    Rakeem Christmas made amends — and then some. Syracuse's standout senior center rebounded from his worst game of the season, scoring 29 points and blocking four shots, and Syracuse beat No. 12 Louisville 69-59 on Wednesday night. Reeling from a 5-...
  • Allen grad Mink to represent Penn State field hockey team in THON Marathon

    Allen grad Mink to represent Penn State field hockey team in THON Marathon
    Allen High graduate and Penn State junior field hockey player Bethany Mink will represent her team in this weekend's THON 46-hour dance marathon at the Bryce Jordan Center. The marathon assists in the fight against pediatric cancer. Mink, who was...