One, not done: North Carolina becomes the only top seed in the Final Four

Business before pleasure: The North Carolina Tar Heels — an embattled program with an embattled coach facing an uncertain future in the face of an NCAA investigation — felt an uncommonly large weight as they took the court for Sunday’s East Regional final in Philadelphia. Staring at the possibility of postseason ineligibility in 2017, and bereft of a single Final Four appearance...
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March 27, 2016  |  Discuss

NCAA Tourney 2016, Day Two: Open Thread

Note, I will be tossing up a second open thread specific for Pitt Wisconsin later in the afternoon. Reed also has some spring football notes. Busy day. If you are a Cleveland area resident, hopefully I will see you at the watch party tonight. I keep promising to make one of these, this time for sure. Good first day. Not a complete bracket destroyer unless you somehow had faith in...
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March 18, 2016  |  Discuss

The Latest: KU starts strong; Spring training follows NCAA

The Latest on the first full day of the men's NCAA Tournament, including games being played in Providence, Rhode Island, Raleigh, North Carolina, Des Moines, Iowa and Denver. (All times EDT): 5:01 p.m. Wayne Selden's NCAA Tournament struggles have dogged him for years. Selden started putting those behind him with a strong start against Austin Peay. Selden scored seven points in...
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March 17, 2016  |  Discuss

The 10 Best College Sports Pranks From April Fool’s Day 2015

April Fool’s Day is a treacherous one on the internet. Any story or link can be a gag, even those that are very well disguised. There is also a solid chance that you’ve gotten your yearly fill of Rick Astley already. The college sports world is always full of funny, and often annoying, gags on April Fool’s Day, and today was no different. Here are ten of our favorites: 1.)...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

No. 2 Virginia enters ACC stretch run still atop league

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) Virginia emerged from a tough stretch against ranked teams and Hall of Fame coaches still solidly atop the Atlantic Coast Conference standings. Still, coach Tony Bennett doesn't want his second-ranked Cavaliers to let up as the league race pushes into its stretch run, especially as they adjust to life without injured starter Justin Anderson. ''When you lose a...
Via AP on Fox
February 10, 2015  |  Discuss

NCAA Bubble Watch: PAC-12 Conference Post Season Predictions

This season, the PAC-12 Conference has seen its share of teams occupy spots in the top 25. At the beginning of the year, Colorado and Oregon took up shop in the rankings, only to fall off pace and be replaced later on by UCLA. With so much volatility in the conference rankings, it will be a definite mad dash for the finish out West. Here is a rundown of the post season predictions...
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February 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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