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  • In 'Requiem for the Big East,' the wrong kind of March Madness

    In 'Requiem for the Big East,' the wrong kind of March Madness
    NEW YORK —   Any college basketball fan worth their bracket fee will recall the many glorious years of the Big East, from the colorful '80's teams of John Thompson and Lou Carnesecca to, in recent years, the highly competitive games between the...
  • NCAA Women's Tourney Overview: Can Anybody Knock Off UConn?

    Like most selection days in NCAA women's basketball, the focus from around the country was fixed on Storrs. Unbeaten UConn, the No. 1 team in the country, will begin its title defense at home before journeying to Lincoln, Neb. Around the country,...
  • His mother far away and close by, Josh Fortune helps Friars make NCAA field

    His mother far away and close by, Josh Fortune helps Friars make NCAA field
    It was one of the greatest moments in Josh Fortune's young life. Which isn't to say it was perfect. He had scored 10 points, two coming on a pair of late free throws, as Providence upset Creighton for the Big East championship. It came in Madison Square...
  • 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...
  • UConn's Garden Highlights

    The winner of seven Big East tournaments at Madison Square Garden, UConn has been making memories in New York for decades. As the Huskies return to MSG for the NCAA's Sweet 16, a look back at some significant games in the arena. March 20, 1951: In the...
  • Women's Sweet 16 Team Previews

    The regional finals of the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament will be played this weekend in Lincoln, Neb., South Bend, Ind., Palo Alto, Calif., and Louisville, Ky. Here's a look at how the brackets break down. LINCOLN UConn: The Huskies will...
  • Madison Square Garden A Special Place In UConn History

    Madison Square Garden A Special Place In UConn History
    — Vin Yokabaskas has been ailing recently and confined to bed, but he couldn't pass up the chance to relive that special day one more time. "Well, it was the most exciting day of my life," said Yokabaskas, 84, as tears began to run down his...
  • Young Cancer Victim Becomes Family To Spartan Star

    NEW YORK — Two years ago, Adreian Payne met the girl he considers his little sister. She was a 6-year-old kid battling cancer, he was a sophomore forward on the nationally ranked Michigan State basketball team. His presence during a hospital...
  • Boatright Hasn't Decided, But Appears To Be Staying At UConn

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Ryan Boatright fielded a number of questions about the NBA on Friday. He wasn't ready to announce a decision, but it sounds as though he is leaning toward coming back for his senior season at UConn. "It's a lifetime dream to get...
  • Victor Oladipo continued to avoid turnovers as the Magic faced the Knicks

    Victor Oladipo continued to avoid turnovers as the Magic faced the Knicks
    NEW YORK — Orlando Magic officials knew Victor Oladipo would experience growing pains after they decided to play him at point guard this season for the first time in his basketball career. But Oladipo has surpassed expectations on the first...
  • Saturday's local college basketball roundup: Former WCA star Powers leads Hampton to rout of Radford

    Deron Powers had 18 points and six assists to help Hampton University (7-7) rout Radford 87-60 Saturday at the HU Convocation Center. Powers, a sophomore from Williamsburg Christian Academy, had support from Du'Vaughn Maxwell (16 points), Emmanuel...
  • Shorthanded DePaul handled by Seton Hall

    Shorthanded DePaul handled by Seton Hall
    DePaul was hoping for its most Big East Conference wins in January since 2008, but the modest goal was dashed when two of its starters were on the bench during Seton Hall's 86-69 win on Saturday at the Prudential Center. The Blue Demons (10-11, 2-6 in...