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  • Tom Sorensen: Can anyone knock off Kentucky in the NCAA tournament?

    I've done some brave stuff in my life. There was a tough kid at my Catholic elementary school, and he and another guy were picking on a friend. The tough kid was short. So I said, "No fair, it's 1 1/2 against one." The tough kid walked up and said, "You...
  • NIT gives ODU chance to wash away Birmingham blues

    Jeff Jones admitted that he wasn’t a pleasant person to be around late last week. His mood brightened considerably Sunday evening. Cheesed off after Old Dominion’s one-and-done flameout at the Conference USA tournament in Birmingham, Ala.,...
  • NCAA tournament: East Region breakdown

    What the East lacks in sizzle it makes up for in size and sound basketball. Villanova, the region's top seed, doesn't have any likely All-Americans, but boasts six players averaging 9.2 points in an offense rated as the fourth-most efficient in the...
  • Why Virginia still could deserve a No. 1 NCAA tournament seed

    Why Virginia still could deserve a No. 1 NCAA tournament seed
    Amid all the chatter of whether ACC semifinal losses Friday might have cost Virginia and/or Duke No. 1 NCAA tournament seeds, more than one sage acquaintance asked the following: Other than prestige for the program and bragging rights for fans, is there...
  • Hampton, U.Va., VCU await NCAA tournament destinations, opponents

     Hampton, U.Va., VCU await NCAA tournament destinations, opponents
    Selection Sunday in our fair commonwealth is about the micro. The macro of which state teams play in the NCAA basketball tournament has been answered — Virginia, Hampton and VCU are assured of bids. What's left are the details: seedings, venues...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Hokies again beat No. 1 U.Va. after O'Connor's four-game suspension

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Virginia Tech shut down No. 1 Virginia twice in Blacksburg, winning 2-1 Friday night and 3-1 Saturday to win a series for the first time ever against a No. 1-ranked team. Sunday, the Hokies (9-9, 3-2 ACC) will go for their...
  • Shannon Ryan's top 4 seeds, last 4 in, first 4 out for NCAA tournament

    Shannon Ryan's top 4 seeds, last 4 in, first 4 out for NCAA tournament
    Predicted top four seeds in NCAA tournament 1. Kentucky: Not that this deserves an explanation, but the undefeated Wildcats own the nation's top RPI. Not only have the Wildcats gone 33-0, they have won convincingly against 10 top-50 RPI teams. 2....
  • Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday

    Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday
    The weekend was a numbers-lovers paradise that took us from Friday the 13th horror (ask Virginia and Duke) to the celebration of Pi Day (3.14159 …), where it was hard to differentiate the conferences from the circumferences. From there, all...
  • Duke earns No. 1 seed for NCAA tournament

    Duke is a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament for the 13th time. The Blue Devils are the top seed in the South Region and will begin their drive for the program's fifth national championship against the first four winner between North Florida and Robert...
  • Michigan State's No. 7 seed surprises, annoys Izzo

    CHICAGO Branden Dawson wept, and that's the first time anyone in the Michigan State camp can remember seeing that. Matt Costello put his head in his hands in the locker room, sobbing, asking for a break from the questions after the Spartans saw a Big Ten...
  • Virginia's No. 2 NCAA seed neither outrageous nor daunting

     Virginia's No. 2 NCAA seed neither outrageous nor daunting
    Many Virginia basketball faithful are unhappy — thank you, Twitter and email — with the NCAA tournament bracket unveiled Sunday. Two reasons. One is rooted in conference rivalry — loathing seems too strong a word for Lent — the...