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Michigan Dominates Florida to Reach the Final Four

April 1, 2013
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Michigan Dominates Florida to Reach the Final Four

In one of the more dominant performances of the NCAA tournament, Michigan defeated Florida by a score of 79-59 to advance to the Final Four. The first half was all about the Wolverines, as they were simply more prepared to play. They scored the first 13 points of the game, and they continued to pound…

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Florida Gulf Coast, other Sweet 16 teams thriving without highly touted recruits

March 27, 2013
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Florida Gulf Coast, other Sweet 16 teams thriving without highly touted recruits

Congratulations, Kaleb Tarczewski. You are the sole survivor of the college basketball freshman top 10. The Arizona center is the only member of the Rivals.com Class of 2012 top 10 still playing in this NCAA tournament. Not only that, he’s the only player to even win a game in this NCAA tournament. Five other top…

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TV tip times and announcers for the Sweet 16

March 25, 2013
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TV tip times and announcers for the Sweet 16

Hot out of the oven, here’s what you need to be building your Thursday and Friday nights around. Per CBS PR, Saturday’s Elite Eight times will be announced on Thursday after the conclusion of the day’s games, and the same for Sunday’s times coming once Friday’s finishes are all through. read more: cbssports.com

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Florida Gulf Coast is fresh breeze in tournament

March 25, 2013
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Florida Gulf Coast is fresh breeze in tournament

Presidents and regents from colleges off the beaten path had to be blowing up their text messaging Sunday night. If Florida Gulf Coast University can do it … In an NCAA Tournament opening week that produced dominance by No. 1 seed Louisville, a Big Ten party and a Mountain West retreat, the biggest buzz was supplied…

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Harvard stamps its brand on March Madness

March 22, 2013
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Harvard stamps its brand on March Madness

Eight Presidents of the United States. Forty-seven Nobel Prize winners. Forty-seven more Pulitzer Prize recipients. And one NCAA tournament victory. Harvard, that bastion of Supreme Court justices, captains of industry and high school valedictorians, continued its rise in men’s basketball with a historic 68-62 victory over New Mexico on Thursday in Salt Lake City. “YYYYYEEEEESSSSSSSSS!!!,” tweeted…

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Texas’ hopes of a resurrection cut down by Kansas State

March 15, 2013
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Texas’ hopes of a resurrection cut down by Kansas State

Texas’ hopes for a resurrection in the postseason were cut down emphatically Thursday night at the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament at the Sprint Center. Kansas State, and specifically, Rodney McGruder, made sure of it. The No. 2-seeded Wildcats overwhelmed the seventh-seeded Longhorns in the second half behind McGruder’s 24-point night on the way to…

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2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament Prediction – Zags #1 Seed

March 12, 2013
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2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament Prediction – Zags #1 Seed

Get the latest 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament Prediction from Bracketology expert Jerry Palm. Palm has been making NCAA Tournament predictions since 1994 when he began tracking the RPI. After starting CollegeRPI.com he became one of the top experts on the RPI and the NCAA Tournament selection process. Palm will be updating his 2013 bracket projection…

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UK Played Dodgeball Before Vandy Win

February 22, 2013
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UK Played Dodgeball Before Vandy Win

Kentucky’s spirits were down after a 30-point blowout loss at Tennessee, after which John Calipari called some of his players “uncoachable.” Prior to Wednesday’s game against Vanderbilt, Coach Cal arranged for a team-bonding activity that would get his team happy again: Dodgeball. “We’re not competing at the level that we need to,” Calipari explained in the video…

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Eustachy the catalyst behind Colorado State’s rebounding dominance

February 21, 2013
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Eustachy the catalyst behind Colorado State’s rebounding dominance

Larry Eustachy is just being himself. That coach you can see about to explode during a game and the one doing a celebratory jig in front of the Air Force student section are the same guy, experiencing his first season with Colorado State the only way he knows how. “I am enjoying it,” Eustachy said…

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College Hoops’ Top 10 Most Hated Players Ever

February 12, 2013
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College Hoops’ Top 10 Most Hated Players Ever

With Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson becoming Public Enemy No. 1 this college basketball season, we look back at the most hated players in the history of the sport. read more: network.yardbarker.com

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