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The Baltimore SunWelcome back to Morning Shootaround, which will be a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can’t bring you into the Terps’ locker room after games – reporters haven’t been allowed in there...
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, Texas -- Northwestern proved it could win Friday night even if was only with 38 percent shooting from the field. With Jared Swopshire contributing 15 points and five rebounds, the Wildcats took advantage of TCU's shooting 26.5 percent...
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Scouting information on Fairleigh Dickinson was limited, but it didn't seem to matter Sunday as Northwestern breezed to an 80-53 victory over the visiting Knights. "This one was a little harder because there was only one game (to scout) and they were...
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It’s official: Northwestern has signed point guard Jaren Sina and swingman Nate Taphorn for the 2013-14 season. The New Jersey-bred Sina is listed at 6-foot-2, 192 pounds and Taphorn, from downstate Pekin, is 6-7 and 190 pounds. NU coach Bill...
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When Demetrius Jackson unofficially joined the fold at Notre Dame, the dominant sensation for coach Mike Brey was not elation, at least not at first. It was relief. Relief that the four-star prospect in his backyard stayed there, anchoring a four-player...
Northwestern coach Bill Carmody generally favors a tight rotation — seven players, eight max. But this was merely an exhibition against the University of Chicago, and Carmody has lots of new toys. So he used 14 players, and the Wildcats won 70-46...
Academic issues were the main reason Northwestern suspended JerShon Cobb for the 2012-13 season, the Tribune has learned. Subpar grades left Cobb ineligible for the fall quarter. And the talented swingman continues to struggle with left hip tendinitis...
JerShon Cobb injected enormous life into Northwestern's offense last season when he returned from hip soreness. The 6-foot-5 guard from Atlanta scored 24 points in NU's loss to Minnesota in the Big Ten tournament and dropped 19 (on 8-for-10 shooting)...
Friday marked a seminal moment in the history of Northwestern athletics. The university's board of trustees voted in favor of a plan to build a multipurpose facility on Lake Michigan that would benefit several teams, the Tribune has learned. Pending...
Northwestern has added even more size to its basketball program by landing preferred walk-on Aaron Liberman. Liberman is a 6-foot-10, 215-pound forward/center from Los Angeles who last year played and studied abroad in Israel. He plays with a yarmulke...
Northwestern hoops got a major boost Monday when Jaren Sina, a four-star point guard from New Jersey, verbally committed. ESPN rates him as the nation’s 75th-best rising senior and Scout.com has him 82nd, making him perhaps the top recruit of the...
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