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Doc Stull's Sports Today and in the Day

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UCLA Trainer Tony Spino talks about John Wooden

In light of the Final Four coming up this weekend, The Home Team talks with longtime UCLA Trainer Tony Spino who had a very close relationship with Coach Wooden. 122 more words

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Like it or not, Mike Krzyzewski is the best coach in college basketball history

Whatever you think of Mike Krzyzewski — that he’s a role model for all of sports, doesn’t make a mockery of the term student-athlete and is a national hero for guiding the Olympic basketball teams to two golds OR that’s he’s a sniveling crybaby when dealing with refs, turned into Dean Smith after vowing never to get that way (being a sniveling crybaby), gets recruits because of his connection with Nike and his coaching of Team USA and dumped off the awful 94-95 team on poor Pete Gaudet rather than coach his worst team himself — you can’t argue that Coach K isn’t a great basketball coach and, if you’ve ever read about him, a pretty fine human being. 1,007 more words

NCAAB

How UCLA is the luckiest NCAA tournament team

(A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Iowa State’s mascot. We regret the error.)

Okay, maybe the headline was too hyperbolic and should read: UCLA is ONE OF the luckiest teams in NCAA tournament history, because I can’t speak to whether Dartmouth got any special consideration in the 1942 tournament. 1,033 more words

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Despite Sweet 16 run, UCLA still doesn't 'belong' in the NCAA tournament

It was a familiar refrain from coaches, players and media following UCLA’s easy defeat of UAB in the opening game of the third round of the NCAA tournament: Despite the controversy over the mediocre Bruins making the tournament (and somehow avoiding a play-in game), the team clearly showed they belonged by making it to the Sweet 16. 535 more words

NCAAB

Despite Sweet 16 run, UCLA still doesn't 'belong' in the NCAA tournament

It was a familiar refrain from coaches, players and media following UCLA’s easy defeat of UAB in the opening game of the third round of the NCAA tournament: Despite the controversy over the mediocre Bruins making the tournament (and somehow avoiding a play-in game), the team clearly showed they belonged by making it to the Sweet 16. 559 more words

Bracket Hub

Flaming Hot Takes NCAA Tournament ( (Day 1) Analysis

Here it is, your flaminghottakes analysis of Day 1 of the 2015 NCAA Tournament:

The Big XII (10?) continues to be a dumpster fire in the NCAA Tournament. 402 more words