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No. 18 Auburn Wins Legends Classic; Austin Wiley Named MVP

NEW YORK (AP) — Auburn is first and foremost a school that’s known for its football program.

Which is fine with Bruce Pearl, who believes the Tigers are “a pretty good basketball team right now.” 862 more words

SEC

Meet Sharife Cooper: Auburn's 5-Star PG of the Future

By now, it’s no secret. Wherever Bruce Pearl goes, success follows. No matter where the dynamic head coach has been, he’s led that program to new heights, including winning a conference title at every stop. 895 more words

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Virginia (Men) And Baylor (Women) Win NCAA Basketball Crowns

A night after Chloe Jackson’s driving layup made shot was decisive, in 2 plus point(s) favorite Baylor’s (82-81) win vs defending women’s champion, Notre Dame–DeAndre Hunter scored 28 points, leading point plus favorite, Virginia (85-77) (way) over Texas Tech, in the first title game for each team. 187 more words

This is the March Madness edition of Coaching Xcellence Weekly. This time always proves to be the best time of the year! The stories this time of year are always incredible and reflect the significance that a sport can have on people, whether it’s the participants or the fans. 905 more words

The Virginia/Auburn Officials Called a Perfect Game

“Auburn got robbed!” “The refs missed a double dribble!” “I am really stupid!”

These are all things that people that legitimately think that there was a missed call at the end of the Auburn-Virginia Final Four game have said. 466 more words

NCAA Basketball

Bruce Pearl called Auburn's Final Four last year at his daughter's wedding

Bruce Pearl called Auburn’s somewhat-Cinderella run in the 2019 NCAA tournament to the Final Four. The No. 5 seed Tigers play No. 1 seed Virginia on Saturday, and the Auburn head coach predicted almost a year ago that his team would be playing in this game. 236 more words

NCAAB

Bryce Brown: Five Things To Know About Auburn Star Guard

Bryce Brown has been enormous for Auburn during the Tigers’ run to their first Final Four. The 6’3″ senior guard splashed in 26 points in a win over Kansas and 24 in a win over Kentucky. 518 more words

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