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  • UF shooting guard Michael Frazier II relies on relentless work ethic to help him deliver for Gators

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Tipoff at Ole Miss was set for 11 a.m. It was not early enough for UF shooting guard Michael Frazier II. While his teammates were sleeping, Frazier was on the court at 6:45 a.m. Shot after shot, he searched for his rhythm. It...
  • UConn defeats Kentucky for NCAA title

    ARLINGTON, Texas On senior night, Kevin Ollie made a promise to the Connecticut fans. He would bring his team back in April with a banner. The Huskies promptly lost their next game at Louisville, 81-48. They lost to the Cardinals again in the American...
  • Kentucky's late-season dream comes up one win short

    ARLINGTON, Texas Kentucky's storybook run through the NCAA Tournament lacked one essential element: a happy ending. A 60-54 loss to Connecticut on Monday night deprived Kentucky of its ninth national championship. The Cats showed the resiliency that...
  • Florida's Michael Frazier II always gives it his best shot

    Florida's Michael Frazier II always gives it his best shot
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Tipoff at Mississippi was set for 11 a.m. It was not early enough for Florida shooting guard Michael Frazier II. While his teammates were sleeping before the Southeastern Conference game in February, Frazier was on the court...
  • Matter Of Perception: Can Huge Stadium Affect Shooter's Eye?

    Matter Of Perception: Can Huge Stadium Affect Shooter's Eye?
    ARLINGTON, Texas – The doors to AT&T Stadium opened to reporters at 9 a.m. on Thursday and the first sounds that could be heard were Kevin Ollie's voice, reverberating throughout the cavernous arena. From the distant concourse, UConn players and...
  • Torch is passed to Napier

    ARLINGTON, Texas The common thread through Connecticut's first three national championships was a strong lead guard. Make it four for four, and add Shabazz Napier's name to the list. Napier controlled the Huskies' 60-54 triumph over Kentucky in the NCAA...
  • Florida's Donovan Counting On Wilbekin To Slow Shabazz

    ARLINGTON, Texas — In the second game of their season, the Florida Gators traveled to Madison, Wisc., to face the nationally ranked Badgers. The Gators, then ranked 11th in the country, lost to No. 20 Wisconsin. A few weeks later, Florida's journey...
  • Kevin Ollie Has A Special Guest At Final Four

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Kevin Ollie is fielding dozens of requests for tickets from family and friends in the Dallas area, but he will have one special guest at the Final Four: his mother. "She was cleared to fly, she has been going through chemo at...
  • Polished Niels: Giffey Good In Coverage, Offers Nice Stroke

    Polished Niels: Giffey Good In Coverage, Offers Nice Stroke
    STORRS – Niels Giffey, about to bookend his UConn career with trips to the Final Four, considered one championship run as a freshman and the final step toward another as a senior. When UConn arrived in Houston in 2011, Giffey was at the tail end...
  • UF's Donovan: Schools should be free to do more to help players

    UF's Donovan: Schools should be free to do more to help players
    UF coach Billy Donovan says schools should be free to do more to help players beyond the cost of a full scholarship. Speaking two days before the Gators' Final Four matchup with Connecticut, Donovan said a lot has changed since he played in the 1987...
  • Diaco Knows UConn Football Needs To Play Catch-Up

    Diaco Knows UConn Football Needs To Play Catch-Up
    STORRS — UConn coach Bob Diaco will tell you he leads a life of insulation most of the time. He's a football coach, so that's kind of the norm. So it shouldn't be all that surprising that criticism of his team or the program isn't high on his...