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Topic - Akron
Troy Daniels had 23 points, Juvonte Reddic scored 21 and VCU routed Akron 88-42 on Thursday night in the most lopsided victory by a fifth-seeded team over a No. 12 in NCAA tournament history.
Rep. Tim Ryan asserts that mindfulness not only can help individuals cope with the pressures of modern life, but also help treat traumatized veterans, raise better-educated children and reduce ballooning health care costs — all while fostering a less divisive, more productive Washington culture in which solving problems takes precedence over scoring political points.
The Montreal Impact selected Duke forward Andrew Wenger with the first overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft on Thursday, choosing the most complete player available as the expansion franchise pieces together its first roster.
Slowing down Ben Hansbrough hasn't been easy for any team all season and the Akron Zips know it.
Notre Dame coach Mike Brey was asked to compare Akron, his NCAA first-round opponent, to another team he's seen this year. He gave an easy answer.
Born: Dec. 5, 1952.
Cleveland shows love for star as other cities woo him.