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SHARE THE WEALTH, NCAA
Thus it happened that the editor phoned the Big Guy himself, Dave Gavitt—Big East commissioner, the erstwhile head of the NCAA basketball ...
Through peril and confusions, SMU and Temple fought their way alongside Iowa and mighty San Francisco into basketball's NCAA SEMIFINALS.
THE NCAA HOOPS TOURNAMENT, ONCE SO INTOXICATING, HAS LOST ITS KICK
I grew up in Kentucky, in the heyday of Adolph Rupp, so I learned early that, other than the Kentucky Derby, the NCAA basketball tournament is ...
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF THREE OF COLLEGE BASKETBALL'S MOST ILLUSTRIOUS ICONS, AND ONE TRADITION-BE-DAMNED ICONOCLAST, MAKE THIS FINAL FOUR ONE FOR THE AGES
At this year's Final Four in the Seattle Kingdome, there will beso much talk of tradition that the NCAA should think aboutsetting up peach ...
THE CARDINAL RULES
Led by Jennifer Azzi, Stanford flew past Auburn to win the women's NCAA basketball crown.
Rock Chalk, Champions
After a fantastic two-minute flurry at the end of regulation, Kansas KO'd Memphis 75--68 in overtime to claim the Jayhawks' first title since Danny and the Miracles prevailed 20 years ago
Inside College Basketball
A Risk Worth TakingFor many high school and college stars, the decision to go proearly is a sound one On the night of the 1998 NBA draft, Rashard Lewis ...
The Return Of The Native Even during 15 glorious seasons at Kansas, Roy Williams was never very far from Chapel Hill or his mentor, Dean Smith. Now--and not without regrets--Williams has gone home to restore luster to the tarnished Tar Heels
change how you're wired, can't change your family roots, least of all when that family--the most storied clan in college basketball--is quaking at ...
Hurricane Force Fresh from an upset of Connecticut, Miami is aiming to take the NCAA tournament by storm
A moment after telling the story, Hamilton pulled aBible out of his bag and read from James 1:4. ... a basketball program from 1971 to '85 because its board of