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Mike Krzyzewski

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  • Mercer and Tennessee set for rematch

    RALEIGH, N.C. At the time, some Tennessee fans likely wondered how excited the Volunteers were for an NIT game against Mercer. And how really upset they might have been after losing to the A-Sun's regular-season champs, since it wasn't the NCAA...
  • Preview of Friday's ACC tournament quarterfinals

    Friday's ACC tournament quarterfinals WHERE: Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum No. 9 seed Florida State (19-12) vs. No. 1 seed Virginia (25-6), noon Getting a second-round 67-65 win against Maryland couldn't have been a bigger confidence-booster for...
  • Luke DeCock: Krzyzewski has committed to one and done at Duke

    DURHAM, N.C. An upbeat, engaging Mike Krzyzewski met with the media for an hour on Wednesday, wishing his grandson Michael a happy 13th birthday and looking for all the world like he'd rather be there than anywhere else. The truth was, as he admitted,...
  • Scott Fowler: Duke falls into mighty Bear trap

    RALEIGH, N.C. Mercer, Mercer me � what an upset that was. No. 3 seed Duke lost its first NCAA tournament game for the second time in three years Friday, as No. 14 seed Mercer knocked out the Blue Devils, 78-71. In the giddy Mercer locker room...
  • How Mercer controlled Duke's Jabari Parker

    RALEIGH, N.C. The focus was a big, strong, athletic freshman, followed by a big, strong, athletic sophomore. Mercer spent plenty of time during the week dissecting what it would throw at Jabari Parker, Rodney Hood and Duke in general. Somebody would...
  • Duke players struggle to explain the inconsistent season

    RALEIGH, N.C. It is a question that Mike Krzyzewski surely will ponder many times during the offseason. Why was this Duke team unable to reach its potential? In the immediate aftermath of Friday's 78-71 loss to Mercer, senior Tyler Thornton came the...
  • Mark Story: Caoch Gregg Marshall keeps Wichita State marching up the mountain

    ST. LOUIS There is a well-beaten path to becoming a head coach working the sidelines of an NCAA Tournament game as hyped as Sunday's matchup between unbeaten Wichita State and pre-season No. 1 Kentucky. That route is not how Gregg Marshall got here. A...
  • Mark Whicker: UCLA is in a zone (and Sweet 16)

    SAN DIEGO Adolph Rupp wouldn't use the word. He called it the "hyperbolic paraboloid." Bob Knight used the word, but only between several other four-letter words. Rollie Massimino called it "Hands Up Harry." Jerry Tarkanian called it the "amoeba." Mike...
  • Don't believe NCAA tournament conspiracy theories

    Don't believe NCAA tournament conspiracy theories
    At least one ACC team has reached the NCAA tournament's regional finals each of the last seven years, and 36 of the last 40. Pressure's on, Virginia. The lone team standing among the ACC's six tournament qualifiers, the Cavaliers face Michigan State...
  • Two words for Jabari Parker: Get out

    Two words for Jabari Parker: Get out
    Has Jabari Parker declared for the NBA yet? Why not? He has to leave. Now. Parker has to escape a coach and a program that has lost its way. I mean, why stay at Duke if you’re just going to become the latest blamestorming idea of a coach...
  • Buzz Williams hire commits Virginia Tech to basketball like never before

     Buzz Williams hire commits Virginia Tech to basketball like never before
    BLACKSBURG — Whit Babcock said he'd aim high. He said he'd work secretly. He said he would pay. Check, check and extra-large check. Virginia Tech's introduction Monday of basketball coach Buzz Williams was pizza-fueled — spectators and media...
  • Wichita State set to face heavy hitters

    WICHITA, Kan. This story was supposed to address Wichita State's status as a No. 1 seed, the insider, part of the power elite and favorite to make brackets conform to its will. Then the NCAA Tournament selection committee made the Shockers outsiders...