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  • Connecticut won't be denied in 60-54 win over Kentucky for NCAA title

    Connecticut won't be denied in 60-54 win over Kentucky for NCAA title
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Kentucky freshman guard Aaron Harrison launched a last-seconds three-point shot Monday from the same spot he'd knocked two straight opponents out of the tournament. This time he didn't make it, though, and this time it didn't...
  • Sean Miller filling Lute Olson's shoes at Arizona

    Sean Miller filling Lute Olson's shoes at Arizona
    This is Tucson's Mt. Rushmore, where two heads are better than four. An enlarged head shot of former Arizona coach Lute Olson was waved by a fan during Pac-12 Conference tournament games in Las Vegas last week. The guy next to him held aloft a similar-...
  • Boys' basketball: Redondo tournament was the place to be

     Those basketball fans who made a trip to the Redondo tournament way back in November are looking pretty smart these days, because that was the place to be. Five of the participating teams are still in contention for state championships _ St. John...
  • USC falls short against Colorado in Pac-12 tournament

    USC falls short against Colorado in Pac-12 tournament
    LAS VEGAS -- Andy Enfield successfully guided Florida Gulf Coast’s transition into being a NCAA Division I basketball team. Now he can try the same thing with USC. Enfield and Florida Gulf Coast were the feel-good story in the NCAA tournament...
  • UC Irvine goes into Big West basketball tournament as favorite

    UC Irvine goes into Big West basketball tournament as favorite
    The Big West’s automatic bid to this year’s NCAA tournament must be considered up for grabs if only for the fact the favored team has never been to the NCAA tournament. UC Irvine opens tournament play Thursday at Honda Center without a...
  • NCAA selection committee rewards UCLA, but Wichita State has hard road

    NCAA selection committee rewards UCLA, but Wichita State has hard road
    Wichita State wrapped its perfect 34-0 season on March 9 only a few hours after UCLA mailed in one of the worst performances in program history — an 18-point defeat at lowly Washington State the previous night. You never could have imagined then...
  • NCAA tournament preview: West Region

    NCAA tournament preview: West Region
    1 Arizona (30-4, at-large) vs. 16 Weber State (19-11, Big Sky champion) Arizona, the 1997 NCAA champion, is 13-5 as a top-seeded team. Senior guard Davion Berry averages 19.1 points for Weber State, making its first appearance since 2007. 8...
  • NCAA tournament preview: South Region

    NCAA tournament preview: South Region
    1 Florida (32-2, Southeastern champion) 16 Play-in winner (See matchup below) Can you say "Gator bait"? Whoever wins the play-in game will have effectively played its way out of the tournament by Thursday. 8 Colorado (23-11, at-large) 9 Pittsburgh...
  • UCLA is hoping for a happier ending to this NCAA tournament

    UCLA is hoping for a happier ending to this NCAA tournament
    This was Selection Sunday for most. This was do-over Sunday for UCLA and its coach. The Bruins were rewarded for their Pac-12 tournament championship. The NCAA selection committee made them the fourth-seeded team in the South Regional and allowed them...
  • Tulsa looks for history to repeat itself

    Tulsa looks for history to repeat itself
    Twenty years ago, Ed O'Bannon's geography skills suffered an unfortunate lapse after the UCLA star learned the Bruins would play Tulsa in the NCAA tournament's first round. "To tell you the truth," O'Bannon said at the time, "I didn't even know Tulsa...
  • In 'Requiem for the Big East,' the wrong kind of March Madness

    In 'Requiem for the Big East,' the wrong kind of March Madness
    NEW YORK — ¬† Any college basketball fan worth their bracket fee will recall the many glorious years of the Big East, from the colorful '80's teams of John Thompson and Lou Carnesecca to, in recent years, the highly competitive games between the...