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The Young And The Restless
The best prospects frequently arrive on campus—if they ever get there—with an outsized sense of entitlement that too often sets them adrift
Four Most Meet the players to watch as Arizona, Duke, Maryland and Michigan State square off for the national title
In Minneapolis, against Arizona's man-to-man, the muscular. Hutson will return to his usual position, and it's not, as the. Wildcats' 7'1" Loren Woods will discover, ...
FRESHMEN TO WATCH
Loren Woods, C, 7'1" Wake Forest; St. Louis (Cardinal Ritter) Woods, who averaged 21 points, 13 rebounds and seven blocks last season, has ...
5 Minnesota Timberwolves The signing of an above-average Joe can't hide the fact that this squad still has a gaping hole in the middle
Nesterovic and Loren Woods, the 7'1" rookie from Arizona. Against smaller frontcourts Smith, an effective low-post scorer, will also be pressed ...
DEMON DEACON TIM DUNCAN IS HAVING ONE OF THE BEST SEASONS EVER FOR A COLLEGE CENTER. BUT CAN HE CARRY WAKE FOREST TO THE TITLE?
freshman forward-center Loren Woods, the other Deacons are most probably ... without the contributions of Woods, forward Ricky Peral and
Let the Madness Begin Forget trying to figure out who's going to win. With every team suffering from some weakness, let us tell you how all but a final four will lose
welcome back forward Richard Jefferson when it lost center Loren Woods, who missed the last five games of the regular season and
To The Point Freshman Jason Gardner, who led Arizona to an upset of No. 1-ranked Stanford, is the latest in a long line of superb Wildcats playmakers
He whistled a seeing-eye pass to center Loren Woods for a layup. Then he seduced his defender with a crossover and drained a three-pointer.
3 WAKE FOREST
for his prize recruit, 7'1" center Loren Woods from St. Louis, who will give Wake the option of playing a front line that averages 6'11", which is ...
The Players' Choice Awards In this election year, SI had panels of players cast their votes and speak their minds about the best and worst in the college game
Best defender Loren Woods, center, Arizona (40%). "He can change a game with his shot blocking." Best future pro (tie) Woods (30%). "He can do more than just
Three's The Charm Clutch three-point shooting was key as coach Mike Krzyzewski completed his own trifecta, leading Duke to its third NCAA title in 11 years
the Wildcats' 7'1" center, Loren Woods. Seconds later Williams, who had already picked up his second foul, tried to beat Arizona guard Jason ...