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Latest Texas A&M Items
Texas Tech hired Billy Gillispie as the new men's basketball coach, two seasons after he was fired at Kentucky.
President Barack Obama got only one pick wrong on the second full day of the NCAA tournament.
Notre Dame is deep, with the Big East player of the year and three others averaging in double figures.
With three other really talented No. 1 seeds, it is hardly a foregone conclusion this year that UConn will win a third straight national championship.
Texas A&M players see that Texas-sized carrot dangling right there in front of them, knowing all they have to do is win two games and they'll get to finish the season in their home state.
If Barack Obama wants to show the love to his favorite sport, he should emulate Teddy Roosevelt, who saved college football a century ago by encouraging the roughnecks to brawl somewhere else. Big-time college sports have become a joke.
Florida State star Chris Singleton remains questionable for Friday's NCAA tournament game against Texas A&M because of a broken right foot.
Texas A&M is the first women's program to earn a No. 2 seed in four consecutive NCAA tournaments.