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  • Breaking down the NCAA East Region

    Breaking down the NCAA East Region
    Get to know No. 1: Villanova has put together a 15-game winning streak against the nation's 25th-toughest schedule and won the Big East tournament. The Wildcats have a top-five offense and top-15 defense in efficiency ratings. Daniel Ochefu is the post...
  • Valparaiso surprised by nearby matchup with Maryland

    VALPARAISO — It took a mere three minutes into the big show on Selection Sunday for Valparaiso to learn its NCAA tournament details. And they were unlike virtually all of the projections, save for the general seed. The Crusaders were tabbed as a...
  • On The Air Thursday

    AUTO RACING 12:30 a.m.: Formula One Australian Grand Prix, practice. NBCSP 1:30 a.m.: Formula One Australian Grand Prix, practice. NBCSP BASEBALL 1 p.m.: Miami Marlins at Twins. MLB 1 p.m.: Nationals at Mets. SNY 4 p.m.: Cubs at Angels. MLB 7 p.m.:...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 3/12 log (updated Thursday AM with matchups)

    8:30 a.m.    Golf: Tshwane Open first round (in Pretoria, South Africa).--Golf 9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia (d.).--MLB Net. Noon    Basketball: ACC quarterfinals: Florida State vs. Virginia, then North Carolina vs....
  • Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?

    Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?
    HARTFORD — The good news for UConn is that the Huskies are hosting their conference tournament for the first time since 1982. And in many ways, that is also the bad news. The last time UConn's league rivals gathered in Hartford was 1982, the Big...
  • Lehigh's Vollaro out of NCAA wrestling tournament; Parker, two other locals, receive at-large bids

    Lehigh's Vollaro out of NCAA wrestling tournament; Parker, two other locals, receive at-large bids
    Doug Vollaro went from joy to heartbreak in about six hours Saturday. The Lehigh heavyweight celebrated his first NCAA wrestling tournament bid early in the afternoon when he took down Harvard's David Ng with one second left to secure his spot in the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 3/7 log (updated Saturday AM with matchups)

    7:30 a.m.    Soccer: FA Cup round 6: Reading at Bradford City.--FS1 7:30 a.m.    Golf: Africa Open third round (in East London, South Africa).--Golf 8 a.m.    Tennis: Davis Cup first round (doubles): U.S. at Great Britain and Switzerland at Belgium.--...
  • Father of three Quinton Jefferson has learned to keep football in perspective

    Father of three Quinton Jefferson has learned to keep football in perspective
    Maryland defensive end Quinton Jefferson has spent the past four years learning a lot about patience. And life. Jefferson, who will be heading into his senior season in the fall, had his arrival to college delayed several months by a broken jaw...
  • Big 12 quarterback battles to watch this spring

    Big 12 quarterback battles to watch this spring
    A handful of Big 12 teams enter spring football practice with question marks at quarterback. Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and West Virginia all have questions heading into camp. That being said, keep an eye out for these quarterback...
  • Some Miramar prospects' futures on hold after signing day

    Some Miramar prospects' futures on hold after signing day
    Grades were again front and center for Miramar football players on Wednesday, as principal Maria Formoso called out the grade-point averages of Patriots prospects from the school auditorium stage. In a National Signing Day ceremony attended by more than...
  • Wild ride ends as top top recruits make their commitments official

    Wild ride ends as top top recruits make their commitments official
    A recruiting roller coaster ride for three of the Baltimore area's highest profile football recruits, Franklin's Patrick Allen, Gilman's Kai Locksley and Calvert Hall's Lawrence Cager, finally evened out on National Signing Day. Allen, an offensive...