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  • Kentucky vs. Notre Dame: How they match up in Midwest Regional final

    Kentucky vs. Notre Dame: How they match up in Midwest Regional final
    WHO: No. 1 Kentucky (37-0) vs. No. 3 Notre Dame (32-5) WHAT: NCAA Midwest Regional final, Saturday (5:45 p.m.) WHERE: Cleveland. TV: TBS UPDATE: Both teams reach the regional finals coming off, perhaps, their finest games of the season. Kentucky...
  • NCAA tournament: Notre Dame next for Kentucky; Wisconsin, Arizona win

    NCAA tournament: Notre Dame next for Kentucky; Wisconsin, Arizona win
    No. 1 Kentucky 78, No. 5 West Virginia 39: Throughout its three NCAA tournament games, the question has almost never been whether Kentucky would win its games but whether the Wildcats would face a serious challenge. Kentucky is still looking for one....
  • Kentucky crushes West Virginia 78-39 to advance to NCAA's Elite 8

    Kentucky crushes West Virginia 78-39 to advance to NCAA's Elite 8
    CLEVELAND — Throughout its three NCAA tournament games, the question almost never has been whether Kentucky would win its games but whether the Wildcats would face a serious challenge. Kentucky still is looking for one. The only question...
  • A guide to the NCAA Tournament's regional rounds

    A guide to the NCAA Tournament's regional rounds
    Kentucky still has a shot at history. Tom Izzo has Michigan State on another deep March run. Former mid-major monsters Gonzaga and Wichita State are still going strong. OK, so maybe we won't get to see another celebratory fall by Georgia State's Ron...
  • How 'bout them 'Eers?

    As someone who has lived in the Baltimore-Washington region since 1981, I am sympathetic to the fact that no "local" teams are still alive in the NCAA men's basketball tournament with Virginia Commonwealth (which I'm not sure is even local), Georgetown,...
  • Mike Brey balances family, Notre Dame

    Mike Brey balances family, Notre Dame
    CLEVELAND — After Notre Dame defeated Butler to advance to the Sweet 16, Notre Dame coach Mike Brey made some time to grieve. The Irish coach took Sunday to fly down to Orlando to be with his family after his mom, Betty, died on Saturday. The...
  • Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring

    Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring
    Through the first weekend, the NCAA men's basketball tournament is producing large TV numbers, some of the biggest ever. CBS and Turner were beaming about the ratings in a release. Game coverage on CBS won Saturday night's Nielsens and the strong...
  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Richmond men, Hampton women see seasons end in NITs

    Just when it looked like the Richmond Spiders were headed to New York, Miami intervened.  Sheldon McClellan gave Miami its first lead of the game with 1:02 remaining at Robins Center, and the Hurricanes rallied from 18 points down to beat Richmond 63-61...
  • Rays to honor the late Don Zimmer before season opener vs. Orioles

    Rays to honor the late Don Zimmer before season opener vs. Orioles
    The Tampa Bay Rays will honor former longtime senior adviser Don Zimmer by retiring uniform No. 66 before their April 6 season opener against the Orioles. Zimmer spent 2004 to 2014 with the Rays. It was his longest stint in his 66 years with 14 major...
  • NCAA tournament Week 1 is hardly garden-variety as seeds get scattered

    This year's NCAA field was not trimmed, from 68 to 16, as much as it was hacked with garden shears. The East saw its top seedlings turned into compost. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: NCAA tournament: In the March 23 Sports section, a column about Week 1...
  • As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'

    As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'
    A year ago, the exodus was about to begin at Maryland. Five scholarship players with remaining eligibility left the program after a 17-15 season that concluded with the Terps failing to reach the postseason for the second time in Mark Turgeon's three...