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North Dakota State head basketball coach Saul Phillips and his two predecessors with the Bison are bringing teams to this year's NCAA Division I tournament.
UConn and Notre Dame have run through the regular season undefeated. The former Big East rivals are on an expected collision course in the NCAA title game in Nashville, Tenn., on April 8.
A former Arizona State University football player convicted of attempted sexual assault of a 21-year-old woman is scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
Rivals Oklahoma and Oklahoma State could meet in the Sweet 16.
Gaston Fernandez scored in the 79th minute as the Portland Timbers salvaged a 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire in Major League Soccer on Sunday.
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It's been a while since Delaware has been in the NCAA tournament, and longer yet since Massachusetts, Nebraska, Coastal Carolina and Mercer made it.
You never know when a great basketball story is going to peak, so keep an eye out for Doug McDermott. If college basketball's power brokers get their way, you'll be seeing plenty of him over the next few weeks.
Miami's Dwyane Wade is on the cusp of doing something he's never done.
Syracuse is sort of a mystery team entering the NCAA tournament.
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan referenced sunflower seeds; asked his players about the "Mario Kart" video game; and briefly spoke in an Italian accent.
For nearly a year, speculation surrounded Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins and his future at the school if the Cardinal didn't reach the NCAA tournament.
In the eyes of today's NCAA selection committee, a game is a game, no matter whether it's played in November, January or March.
A Michigan minor league baseball team's players will be taking their fans on to the diamond during a game this summer.
John Senden never imagined it would take more than seven years to win again. Even more surprising is how he won the Valspar Championship.
The posturing and politicking is finished. The field has been chosen, the bracket has been set and the madness of March has finally arrived in college basketball.
Japan's football league is generally regarded as the best in Asia, but as its clubs struggle to prove their superiority against regional rivals in the Asian Champions League, that title could be under threat.
Major League Baseball is back in town, and it's been a while. A century, in fact.
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