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He has a rock-star image with an opening-act resume. He was once Hoosiers, but, in the last decade, Gene Hackman has led the exact same number of teams to the Sweet 16. He prides himself on playing Ivy League-smart basketball, which was pretty cool...
There has been some unending traction to the name "Tommy Amaker" and the USC basketball head coaching job that is still open and being taken care of by interim head coach Bob Cantu (who must be tired of that word. "Interim."). Also, according to a...
Florida Gulf Coast is a hot story and, gee, that old La Salle played great, but all of that may not matter. Forget Louisville, Indiana, Duke and Syracuse and save your talk about difference-maker guards Peyton Siva of Louisville, Miami's Shane Larkin,...
The first real bracket buster of the tournament, 14th-seeded Harvard's 68-62 victory over third-seeded New Mexico, was not a good moment for the majority of those who had taken part in an office or online pool. It was a great moment for one person in...
My dream of a West Regional foursome of Wichita State, La Salle, Harvard and Iowa State came only half true. Los Angeles fell two underdogs short from hitting for the Cinderella cycle. The disappointment abated when, in Philadelphia, the hallucination...
SALT LAKE CITY -- For Arizona, it's on to Los Angeles. And for Harvard — well, it's time to head back to class. Clearly unfazed by their Ivy League opponent's plucky brand of Smartball, the Wildcats showed how a real basketball school does it...
SALT LAKE CITY -- Arizona is thrilled to be playing Harvard on Saturday on its way to next week's West regional in Los Angeles. No one can say that, but it's only human Tucson nature. Wanting to play No. 14 instead of No. 3 to reach the Sweet 16 is a...
The best pro basketball team in Los Angeles isn't thinking much about tomorrow. It's having too much fun with today. But tomorrow, also known as Grant Hill, sat behind the Clippers bench Wednesday night, looking dapper in a light brown sport coat and...
The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass.You know a coach is fond of a player when he ends the interview with "I could go on and on about him." Central Catholic baseball coach Marc Pelletier called his star pitcher Andrew Hamel "the consummate team player" and "a terrific leader." He added,...
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The Day, New London, Conn.Inevitably, the residual effect of what follows would place some public pressure on Hunter Roman and Clayton Potter to attend the Ivy League schools pursuing them. Note to Clayton and Hunter: Sorry, fellas. That's not the intent. It's just that...
New Haven Register, Conn.It may still be a couple of years before the Yale football team can once again be called Ivy League contenders, but the Bulldogs certainly appear to be headed in the right direction. Yale coach Tony Reno announced this year's recruiting class Monday,...
Kelly, Crane among finalists for Yeardley Love Unsung Hero Award North Carolina junior midfielder Frankie Kelly (Calvert Hall) and Loyola freshman defenseman Jason Crane (Chesapeake-Anne Arundel), North Carolina junior defender Zoe Skinner (Towson High)...
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