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Bracketology: Making sense of a wild weekend

By Kyle Beery

It was quite the wild weekend in the world of college basketball. After the No. 1 team in the country lost earlier in the week, nine more ranked teams went down on Saturday. 1,257 more words

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DePaul creeps closer to relevance, but they're still #BlueDreamin

Photo: Evan Rogerson

DePaul basketball’s heart-breaking 76-75 loss to Creighton Wednesday night demonstrates the program’s struggle to burst out of mediocrity.

After jumping out to a halftime lead of 36-31, DePaul failed to maintain momentum in the second half, losing control late. 616 more words


Brunson, No. 1 Villanova hold on to beat Marquette 85-82

MILWAUKEE (AP) —  Called on to start, Donte DiVincenzo supplied Villanova with a lift from the opening tip and never let up.

The top-ranked Wildcats avoided another upset in Milwaukee by surviving an injury scare to preseason All-American Jalen Brunson and getting key contributions from DiVincenzo in place of sidelined guard Phil Booth. 926 more words

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Wells Fargo Center

In 2014, I took a two-day trip to Philly to see a pair of games at the Wells Fargo Center. Charlotte beat Philadelphia in the first game of the trip, 109-91, and No. 64 more words


No. 3 Villanova bounces back, tops Marquette 100-90

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jalen Brunson had 27 points and eight assists and No. 3 Villanova bounced back from its first loss of the season by holding off Marquette 100-90 on Saturday night. 433 more words

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