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Bill Carmody had 13 years to get Northwestern into the NCAA tournament for the first time, and it never quite worked out.
It would seem as though Texas' long and miserable season can't end soon enough. Coach Rick Barnes may not let that happen.
Wells was 9 of 13 from the field and 10 of 10 from the free throw line to lead the seventh-seeded Terrapins (22-11), who delivered the first big shocker of the week in Greensboro and advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 2009.
The Magic Sports Genie has landed in your lap and says your sporting wish is about to come true. I'd want to be a fly on the wall as the NCAA men's Division I basketball tournament committee met for three days to select and seed the field.
Long before Brittney Griner was swatting away shots for top-ranked Baylor, there was another 6-foot-8 women's college player getting blocks at a record pace.
Sean Kilpatrick scored 17 points to lead Cincinnati past Providence 61-44 on Wednesday in a Big East tournament game between teams desperate to improve their postseason credentials.
If the A-10 indeed earns five NCAA bids, that could possibly tie it for third among all conferences, behind just the Big East and Big Ten, based on some current (and of course ever-changing) projections.
Hoping to boost the Pac-12 tournament's appeal, conference Commissioner Larry Scott pushed to move it from Los Angeles to a more exciting destination that would draw from all over the West.
The biggest prize is all that remains on the list of goals for Baylor and 6-foot-8 senior star Brittney Griner after sweeping the Big 12 regular-season and tournament titles for the third year in a row.