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Topic - Kevin Jones
Bob Huggins is back in the Big 12, this time with West Virginia. TCU has joined the fold, too, and everyone else converged on the Sprint Center on Wednesday for the league's annual media day.
At first glance, Rep. Cliff Stearns of Florida seemed to have his conservative credentials lined up ahead of Tuesday's Republican primary. He was endorsed by two tea party favorites – former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann and vice presidential hopeful Rep. Paul Ryan – and belongs to the House Tea Party Caucus.
Bill Self remembers having arguments with his own kids over who was better, Magic Johnson or Larry Bird, and the Kansas coach always went with the pride of French Lick.
Bill Self remembers having arguments with his kids over who was better, Magic Johnson or Larry Bird, and the Kansas coach always went with the pride of French Lick.
Marquette seniors Jae Crowder and Darius Johnson-Odom are among the six players who have been chosen first-team All-Big East.
No matter what John Thompson III draws up, Georgetown can't seem to find a way to beat West Virginia.
Virginia Tech running back David Wilson said Friday he'll skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
Jay Wright knows all about the agony of crafting gameplans to stop the top guards in the conference.
The video board at West Virginia's first practice showed Da'Sean Butler thanking fans who rallied behind the Mountaineers' first Final Four run in a half century.
And a win in November won't guarantee future election success, as voters would keep close tabs on his voting record, Mr. Jones said.
We're sick of all the cronyism," said Kevin Jones, a tea party activist in Lake City, Fla. "He's done nothing for us – nothing for anybody, except cash his paycheck."