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Connecticut beats Quinnipiac to reach 25th consecutive Sweet 16

STORRS, Conn. – Napheesa Collier scored 23 points and top-seeded UConn beat in-state neighbor Quinnipiac 71-46 on Monday night to advance to a 25th straight Sweet 16. 630 more words

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How much of a challenge will Oklahoma State be for Mississippi State in NCAA Tournament?

STARKVILLE — Before Mississippi State played Oklahoma State on Dec. 3, Vic Schaefer told his team during a pre-game meeting that the matchup would feel like an SEC game. 786 more words

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Was UConn's Round of 64 Victory Poor Sportsmanship? You Decide

I’d like to begin this post by talking about constants. If there is one constant regarding men’s college basketball in recent years, it’s that Gonzaga University will generally be in the field after securing an automatic bid. 483 more words


Just ... Stop Already With The Tired "UConn Win Is Bad For Women's Basketball" Nonsense

I am not going to write a particularly long post about the “controversy” that’s erupted over UConn women’s basketball and their NCAA Tournament opening-round win over St. 1,063 more words

Oklahoma State shooting, MSU's slow start highlight NCAA Tournament first round in Starkville

STARKVILLE — Oklahoma State was forced to play slightly out of character Saturday. The Cowgirls are going to win most games by playing inside-out. Post players like Kaylee Jensen are their core, and a drive-and-dish guard like Loryn Goodwin makes everything run smoothly. 679 more words

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Mississippi State dominates Nicholls, advances to second round of NCAA tournament

STARKVILLE — Teaira McCowan grabbed the rebound from her knees and found Jazz Holmes with an outlet pass. Holmes then dished to Victoria Vivians, who used a pretty spin move in the paint for a layup. 841 more words

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Lacking power bats, Mississippi State doesn't score in SEC opener against Vanderbilt

STARKVILLE — Mississippi State resembled a team Friday night lacking a power threat in the order. Such was the fear in the preseason after the Bulldogs graduated Brent Rooker, who was the best hitter in college baseball, along with their next-best power threats, Ryan Gridley and Cody Brown. 579 more words

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