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  • Dayton 82, Stanford 72

    (Updated: ADDS graphs 3-5, notes Will update with Dayton opponent UPDATES with Dayton opponent in graph 2) Dayton 82, Stanford 72: Jordan Sibert drained four 3-pointers en route to 18 points as the Flyers knocked off the Cardinal in an NCAA tournament...
  • Tom Archdeacon: No Cinderellas, only winners like Dayton

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. At 6-foot-9 and 215 pounds, with that black beard and that guttural belly-of-the-beast roar he let out after muscling a shot through two towering Stanford shot blockers with about eight minutes left, Devon Scott doesn't look or sound like...
  • Depth propels Dayton to Elite Eight

    EditorsNote: adds Elite Eight opponent in third graf Depth propels Dayton to Elite Eight MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Dayton used superior depth to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time in 30 years with an 82-72 victory over Stanford on Thursday night in...
  • Dayton assistant coach perseveres through trials, tragedy

     Dayton assistant coach perseveres through trials, tragedy
    On a manila folder carrying documents Kevin Kuwik compiled a decade ago in case something happened to him in Iraq, the assistant basketball coach wrote the words in bold that summed up his game plan for life: TURN A NEGATIVE INTO A POSITIVE. That...
  • NCAA tournament: Who will win today's Sweet 16 games? [poll]

    The NCAA tournament resumes today with four games on the schedule in the Sweet 16 round: Dayton vs. Stanford, Baylor vs. Wisconsin, UCLA vs. Florida and San Diego State vs. Arizona. Who do you think will win each game? 2014 NCAA tournament bracket...
  • Dayton's run, Barclays extension cap memorable basketball season for A-10

     Dayton's run, Barclays extension cap memorable basketball season for A-10
    Atlantic 10 Conference commissioner Bernadette McGlade was "extremely optimistic," but nervous nonetheless on Selection Sunday. Radically changed from a year ago, her league appeared poised to send a record six teams to the NCAA basketball tournament....
  • Dick Jerardi: SEC is now a basketball power

    The SEC finally gave up its football title so the conference just switched to basketball, where its teams have absolutely dominated this NCAA Tournament, culminating with Kentucky's classic win over Michigan Sunday in the Midwest Region final. With the...
  • Mark Whicker: Winners and loser in the Madness

    A sporting event, like everything else, is much better when it's felt, not thought. When all the analysis crumbles like a house of cards and all the feelings burst through the pores at the 3-point line as the clock races down, you know you're at the NCAA...
  • Even the best NCAA tournament teams have their flaws

    Even the best NCAA tournament teams have their flaws
    Only the very best teams in college basketball have advanced to the NCAA tournament's round of 16. Take Dayton versus Stanford in the South Regional … please. Dayton finished fifth in the Atlantic 10 Conference and absorbed a 26-point loss this...
  • NCAA tournament preview: South Regional matchups

    NCAA tournament preview: South Regional matchups
    No. 4 UCLA (28-8) vs. No. 1 Florida (34-2) Thursday, 6:45 p.m. TV: Channel 2; Radio: 1150. Update: This is a step up in NCAA tournament class for UCLA, which had few stressful moments in pummeling Tulsa and Stephen F. Austin last weekend. The Gators...
  • NCAA Tournament capsules for games of Thursday

    SOUTH REGIONAL At Memphis, Tenn. No. 11 Dayton vs. No. 10 Stanford, 7:15 p.m. EDT (CBS) The Flyers are the tournament darling, but just barely by seed over Stanford. Both teams worked hard to get here, with Dayton downing Ohio State and Syracuse and...
  • Tom Archdeacon: Dayton's Oliver on President Obama's radar

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. Once again, Devin Oliver has found a way to bypass the red tape, the Secret Service, the pressing political interests of the day and get the attention of President Barack Obama. Four years ago, Oliver was one of the students who invited...