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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Loyola junior trades volleys for baskets

    Loyola junior trades volleys for baskets
    He had managed it all through high school, and his dad had played with a guy who'd done it at Maryland, so the idea wasn't completely alien to Robert Olson when Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos pitched it his freshman year: Why not play basketball and tennis?...
  • Another March Madness with no college hoops game in sight

    Another March Madness with no college hoops game in sight
    March Madness kicked off today, but for gamers, it's a sad reminder that for two and a half years, nobody has bothered to capture this exciting month of sports in a video game. College athletics is in a tumultuous time, with increasing pressure to...
  • Erik Etherly powers Loyola to winningest season

    Erik Etherly powers Loyola to winningest season
    Erik Etherly knows something about renewing old relationships. Though too young to remember the details of his parents' divorce when he was a year old, the Loyola University basketball player is still amazed at the fact that they remarried when he was 14....
  • NCAA tournament-bound Greyhounds reveling in 'a great game for Loyola'

    NCAA tournament-bound Greyhounds reveling in 'a great game for Loyola'
    Less than 24 hours after winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament and securing its first NCAA tournament berth since 1994, the Loyola men's basketball team arrived at BWI-Marshall Airport this morning looking tired and happy following its...
  • Loyola men beat Niagara, 86-73, will play Siena next

    Loyola men beat Niagara, 86-73, will play Siena next
    Loyola entered what coach Jimmy Patsos called "part 3" of its season Saturday night; and the Greyhounds, already the most-successful team in the school's Division I history, did it well. "We went and played a tough non-conference schedule and we did well...
  • 'Rolling Papers' Week, Day 2: Meet Wiz Khalifa's new muse, radio

    'Rolling Papers' Week, Day 2: Meet Wiz Khalifa's new muse, radio
    It’s Rolling Papers Week at Louder Now. Wiz Khalifa, hip-hop’s young pothead-in-charge, drops his highly anticipated major-label debut Tuesday. Every day this week, I’m going to analyze the tracks: what works, what doesn’t and what...
  • Video: Obama focuses on college basketball

    Video: Obama focuses on college basketball
    Sun columnist Mike Preston weighed-in on the NFL lockout yesterday. He wrote about the skyrocketing costs of gasoline, the tsunami in Japan and the rising national debt. His point was simple: There are things in life more important that millionaire...
  • Monday's best from the blogs and elsewhere

     
    From Eater: Jamie Oliver launches his own line of cheese Angry Asian Creations got into the March Madness spirit with a "sure thing" recipe for Deep Dark Chocolate Cake. The recipe includes "one cup of hot coffee" (!)On the Cannelle......
  • March Madness menu: bison, buckeyes and boilermakers

     
    Who has a rooting interest? Did fans have a food tradition at your alma mater? Morton's is having a contest. If you guess the last four teams remaining, you can win dinner for four at a participating restaurant.I didn't find......
  • Terps still have fight left in them, but time has run out

    Terps still have fight left in them, but time has run out
    Written off by many a couple of weeks ago, Maryland kept fighting, like always, and picked up a pair of critical wins over N.C. State and Florida State. The Terps kept slugging away Sunday night, but they had no answer for the Tar Heels' size and length....
  • Maryland to pay Edsall $2 million per year and Turgeon $1.9 million annually

    Maryland to pay Edsall $2 million per year and Turgeon $1.9 million annually
    COLLEGE PARK — The contracts Maryland signed with its new men's basketball and football coaches contain incentives reflecting athletic department priorities — competing nationally, quickly leasing luxury stadium suites and selling more...
  • Duke ends Maryland's ACC tournament with 87-71 quarterfinal win

    Duke ends Maryland's ACC tournament with 87-71 quarterfinal win
    Maryland had one more opportunity Friday night to get it right, one precious chance -- in a meaningful game in March -- to finally claim a memorable win against a ranked team while retaining a shred of hope of securing an NCAA tournament berth. After...