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Marcus Smart is quite the villain in some circles of the college basketball world.
Grant Gibbs gives the basketball to Doug McDermott. McDermott gives Gibbs his scholarship.
When Rick Barnes took over at Providence, he heard the same thing over and over again. It was uniform praise for a young graduate assistant named Herb Sendek, and the hope that he would remain on the basketball staff with the Friars.
Now that Nebraska has made it back to the NCAA tournament, the next challenge is to get a win there.
Clearly it's not going out on a limb to predict UConn and Notre Dame meeting in the national championship game with history at stake.
Contending for a Big 12 regular season title and earning a respectable seed in the NCAA tournament was all supposed to come a year from now for Oklahoma, when it wouldn't rely so heavily on inexperienced players.
Within hours over a gloomy weekend this winter, season-ending knee injuries sidelined Colorado's point guard and cost Pittsburgh one of its top reserves.
Two missed shots, two quick fouls. T.J. Warren's second chance at the NCAA tournament didn't start very well at all.