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NCAA Tournament Boasts All 4 No. 1 Seeds Still In Title Hunt

By Dan Gelston, AP Sports Writer

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Who’s No. 1?

The final answer of the NCAA Tournament is still a March mystery.

But in the Elite Eight, the answer is much more translucent — each region is represented by the No. 685 more words

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Time To Start Filling Out The Final Four

Time to start filling out that Final Four.

On Saturday, No. 1 seed Oregon faces No. 2 seed Oklahoma in Anaheim, California. The Ducks and Sooners, which would make a nice College Football Playoff semifinal, tip off at 6:09 p.m. 175 more words

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Football Player Mistaken For Burglar Shot By Teammate

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say a University of Akron football player is recovering after one his teammates mistakenly thought he was a burglar and shot him in the stomach. 124 more words

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Once-Strong Pac-12 Stumbles In NCAA Tournament

PHOENIX (AP) — Pac-12 coaches spent the season touting the conference’s depth and balance, despite Oregon winning the regular-season and tournament titles.

The NCAA Tournament selection committee certainly noticed, putting a conference-record seven Pac-12 schools in the bracket. 724 more words

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Wright State Beats Oakland 59-55 In Horizon League Semis

DETROIT (AP) — Mark Alstork scored 18, and JT Yoho added 15 points — including the go-ahead jumper with 24 seconds to play — to lead third-seeded Wright State past No. 177 more words

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Detroit Titans Looking To Dominate Horizon League Tournament [PODCAST]

DETROIT — March Madness has struck in Detroit.

Tony Ortiz spoke with Detroit Titans Head Coach Ray McCallum ahead of the team’s appearance at the Horizon League Tournament, which tips off Saturday at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. 343 more words

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The Good, Bad and Ugly in 'The System' of College Football

“I don’t think I will be able to watch a game now without thinking about the scope and amount of physical carnage that’s required for college football to succeed at the level it does.” — 630 more words

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