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Bruce Pearl returned to coaching hoping not only to lead a hoops revival at Auburn but help restore the Southeastern Conference to national prominence beyond Florida and Kentucky.
Tennessee fired Pearl in March 2011 after six seasons at Tennessee in the wake of an NCAA investigation. He led the Volunteers to the NCAA tournament in each of his six seasons.
Once Meighan Simmons stopped trying to do it all by herself, everything fell into place for Tennessee.
Geno Auriemma and his UConn Huskies have run through their opponents all season.
Alternative-fuel manufacturer KiOR Inc. is idling its $225 million plant in Lowndes County while it tries to raise money for more research and plant improvements, but is warning that it could default on its debts and file for bankruptcy as early as April 1 if unsuccessful.
After an unbeaten run through the Southeastern Conference, top-ranked Florida reaped its rewards Monday.
For the first time in six years, the Missouri Tigers are left out of the NCAA tournament.
All season there has been a buzz around women's basketball about UConn and Notre Dame.
Top-ranked Florida reveled in a confetti celebration, cut down the nets again, and let out a big sigh of relief.