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  • NCAA bracket: Which No. 1 seed, if any, will make Final Four? [Poll]

    NCAA bracket: Which No. 1 seed, if any, will make Final Four? [Poll]
    Well, the NCAA bracket came out Sunday night for the men's basketball tournament starting this week. Have you filled out yours yet? Can we have a peek at your Final Four? How many No. 1 seeds have you got in there? MARCH MADNESS: Fill out your...
  • NCAA brackets: Scribble-drive helps get to a winner

    NCAA brackets: Scribble-drive helps get to a winner
    The NCAA tournament starts Tuesday in Dayton and ends on a Monday near Dallas. Among the 68 teams, none from Indiana made it, but one from North Dakota did. The race is on to reach four regional hubs: Anaheim, Indianapolis, Memphis and New York. Will your...
  • Wichita State ends Cal Poly's run, 64-37

    Wichita State ends Cal Poly's run, 64-37
    ST. LOUIS -- Cleananthony Early had 23 points and unbeaten Wichita State faced no resistance from Cal Poly, going to 35-0 for the best start in NCAA history with a 64-37 rout of Cal Poly in the Midwest Region on Friday night. The Shockers (35-0)...
  • Kansas falls, Andrew Wiggins, Joel Embiid out of NCAA tournament

    More top prospects fell on Sunday, as the NCAA tournament wrapped up the first weekend of play. The Kansas Jayhawks were defeated by the Stanford Cardinal, 60-57, knocking freshmen Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid out of the tournament. Both are...
  • Wichita State is 34-0 after beating Indiana State for conference title

    Wichita State is 34-0 after beating Indiana State for conference title
    ST. LOUIS -- Fred VanVleet scored 22 points including several key baskets late to lead another strong ensemble effort and No. 2 Wichita State remained the nation's lone unbeaten after defeating Indiana State, 83-69, on Sunday in the Missouri Valley...
  • Teel Time: Neither Pythagoras nor Bill James could explain ACC baseball's title drought

    Wake Forest’s 1955 NCAA baseball championship was the fledgling ACC’s third national title of any variety, following Maryland’s in football (1953) and men’s lacrosse (’55). Conference teams have since won 134 national...
  • Wichita State (31-0) continues to do a number on opponents

    WICHITA, Kan. -- The chant started when Ron Baker walked toward the Wichita State bench for the final time, and reached a crescendo when he popped the front of his jersey — No. 31. As in, 31-0. A perfect regular season. “Undefeated!”...
  • Bradley breaks losing streak in 55-38 win over Loyola

    Bradley breaks losing streak in 55-38 win over Loyola
    Guard Walt Lemon Jr. scored 16 points as the Bradley Braves broke a three-game losing streak with a 55-38 Missouri Valley Conference victory over visiting Loyola-Chicago Ramblers on Saturday at Carver Arena in Peoria, Ill. The Braves (12-17, 7-9)...
  • Pitt's blowout loss to Wichita State a real shocker to Jamie Dixon

    Pitt's blowout loss to Wichita State a real shocker to Jamie Dixon
    SALT LAKE CITY -- Wow, that was one lousy job audition for Pittsburgh Coach Jamie Dixon. Dixon, a potential candidate for the USC basketball opening for what seems like years now, left it all over the floor Thursday at EnergySolutions Arena. No. 9...
  • Road wins have been tough to come by for Terps, other ACC teams

    Road wins have been tough to come by for Terps, other ACC teams
    Maryland has yet to win an ACC road game going into Wednesday’s matchup with Florida State in Tallahassee. In fact, the Terps have won only two of 12 games they have played away from Comcast Center under second-year coach Mark Turgeon. Considering...
  • Teel Time: Stronger schedule, Atlantic 10 forged VCU for NCAA tournament

    VCU enters the NCAA tournament with a 26-8 record, not quite as glossy as last season, when the Rams were 28-6. Yet VCU is a No. 5 seed, light years better than last year’s No. 12. Coach Shaka Smart knows why. “A lot of people don’...