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  • Gonzaga pounds Fairleigh Dickinson in NCAA tourney opener

    Gonzaga showed no ill effects from its loss to St. Mary's in the WCC tournament final, with the top-seeded Zags bolting to a 36-point halftime lead and rolling to an 87-46 laugher over 16th-seeded Fairleigh Dickinson in an NCAA Tournament West Region game in Salt Lake City on Thursday night. Rui Hachimura scored 21 points for the Zags (31-3), who led by 10 after the first 4:12, by 20 after 10:25 and by 53-17 at halftime. The Knights (21-14) were held to 30 percent shooting. Gonzaga will...

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  • No. 1 seed Louisville begins NCAAs minus coach Jeff Walz

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Jeff Walz doesn't know yet where he'll watch Louisville's NCAA Tournament opener against Robert Morris. The Cardinals coach, who is suspended for the game, hints at being close enough to quickly rejoin his top-seeded team if it gets past the 16th-seeded Colonials on Friday. He didn't

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  • Kalscheur, Gophers knock off Louisville 86-76

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Minnesota found its elusive 3-point stroke just in time to give coach Richard Pitino the NCAA Tournament win he'd been seeking for years. The 10th-seeded Gophers won their first NCAA Tournament game in six seasons behind 24 points from freshman Gale Kalscheur, who helped Minnesota

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  • March Madness: NCAA Tournament primed to top itself again

    The NCAA Tournament somehow seems to be getting better every year, almost as if each bracket is extending from the previous one. Last year was one of the maddest of Marches, starting with Maryland-Baltimore County becoming the first men's No. 16 seed to beat a 1 - poor Virginia - to Loyola-Chicago taking Sister Jean all the way to the Final Four. Surely it can't get any better, right? Don't bet against it. To get you ready for what's sure to be another memorable March - well, after the...

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  • Louisville, Chris Mack back in NCAAs sooner than expected

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Louisville wasn't expected to be here this March. But the Cardinals adopted a motto of sorts - "working hard and being tough" - and they have done just enough of both to get back to the NCAA Tournament after a turmoil-filled season in 2017-18. Picked

    The Washington Times
  • Louisville, Chris Mack back in NCAAs sooner than expected

    Louisville wasn't expected to be here this March. But the Cardinals adopted a motto of sorts — "working hard and being tough" — and they have done just enough of

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