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  • 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...
  • Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought

    Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought
    Absent remarkable stamina, a forgiving boss, Dan Patrick’s man cave and Jerry Lucas’ memory, absorbing the NCAA tournament’s 48-games-in-four days opening salvo borders on impossible. You simply need some time to process it all before...
  • Terps guard Melo Trimble suffered concussion in loss to West Virginia

    Terps guard Melo Trimble suffered concussion in loss to West Virginia
    UPDATE (7:25): Maryland point guard Melo Trimble suffered a concussion Sunday night against West Virginia, a men's basketball team spokesman said Monday night, and will continue to be monitored. Trimble was cleared to fly back to College Park with the...
  • Cheers and tears: March Madness recap so far

    Cheers and tears: March Madness recap so far
    Had enough of March Madness yet? Yeah, neither have we. But just in case you had to sleep/eat/call your mother at some point this weekend and missed some of the action, this will catch you up in a hurry. IT'S GOOD TO BE … The ACC Despite...
  • NCAA tournament roundup: Day 4

    NCAA tournament roundup: Day 4
    Top seeds Wisconsin and Duke were among the NCAA tournament winners Sunday. No. 4 Louisville 66, No. 5 Northern Iowa 53: Terry Rozier had 25 points and seven assists, and Rick Pitino directed the undermanned, fourth-seeded Cards to a 66-53 victory...
  • To beat West Virginia, Terps will have to beat its press

    To beat West Virginia, Terps will have to beat its press
    COLUMBUS, Ohio – There are often several ways to dissect what one college basketball team has to do to beat another, particularly if they are close in terms of talent and pedigree. In assessing what fourth-seeded Maryland needs to do to beat...
  • West Virginia's Hahn, Miles have strong ties to Maryland

    West Virginia's Hahn, Miles have strong ties to Maryland
    Billy Hahn had not even looked at the NCAA tournament bracket when his wife called and his two kids texted him. If West Virginia, where Hahn has worked the past eight years for coach Bob Huggins, beat Buffalo in Friday’s Round of 64 game at...
  • Terps knocked out of NCAA tournament by West Virginia, 69-59

    Terps knocked out of NCAA tournament by West Virginia, 69-59
    A Maryland men’s basketball season that began with hope and promise ended Sunday night with hurt and pain. A game that began with freshman Melo Trimble’s taking on West Virginia nearly singlehandedly ended with the sensational point guard&...