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Butler's historic Hinkle Fieldhouse couldn't compete with the Boston Garden and all those NBA championship banners hanging from its rafters.
The Green are getting greener.
Shoni Schimmel smiled and hugged her teammates, almost as if she was celebrating, when the clock hit zero and Louisville had fallen hard to Connecticut in the women's NCAA championship game.
The Schimmel sisters certainly tried to summon one more magical performance for Louisville.
Once the nets are down and the confetti stops flying, it will be safe to open your eyes again, basketball fans.
Playing hunches does not get a coach into the Hall of Fame. It certainly didn't get Rick Pitino to the threshold.
President Barack Obama is going with Brittney Griner and Baylor to win back-to-back titles in the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
The Louisville Cardinals have shown that they are comfortable being front-runners in their season-long quest to go farther than last year's Final Four appearance.
The Terps will host Niagara in an opening-round NIT game Tuesday at 7 p.m., while the Cavaliers will welcome Norfolk State Tuesday at 9 p.m. The Maryland game will be televised by ESPN2, while Virginia will be on ESPNU.