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The longest tenured coach in Minnesota Twins history will start the season on the disabled list.
This was a familiar scene during the first week of the NCAA tournament: Officials huddled around the scorer's table, looking over replays to determine just how much time should be on the clock.
Matt Howard stood at the free-throw line Saturday with 0.8 seconds left and a whole nation waiting to see if Butler could eliminate another No. 1 seed.
Zdeno Chara sat calmly at his locker, concerned more about beating the Montreal Canadiens in the tight division race than getting beat up by them.
Michelle Wie has been too busy with finals at Stanford to have a problem with the LPGA Tour's light early schedule.
Texas Tech is set to introduce new basketball coach Billy Gillispie.
Bruce Pearl is hardly the first coach to cheat and-or lie to NCAA investigators, just one of the very few whose transgressions already cost him a job and could wind up costing him a career.
Charlotte Bobcats top scorer Stephen Jackson has aggravated his troublesome hamstring again and is listed as doubtful to play against the Indiana Pacers.
Baylor senior Melissa Jones acknowledged the crowd with a wave and a wide smile after her last victory at home. Together in the locker room, she and her teammates celebrated another trip to the NCAA round of 16.