1. A Look at the Teams of the 2010 Final Four

    When the brackets were released on Selection Sunday, only one word seemed to be on the lips of college basketball experts: parity. There was no clear-cut favorite, no 2007 Florida or 2009 North Carolina team waiting to vanquish all comers...

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  2. 2010 NCAA Tournament: Recapping the Seven Nail-Biting Finishes of Day One

    The first day of the 2010 NCAA Tournament is in the books, and more so than ever, March Madness lived up to its billing. Five double-digit seeds knocked off their opponents, and two No...

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  3. The Amazing Transformation of Notre Dame Basketball

    After graduating seniors Kyle McAlarney, Luke Zeller, Ryan Ayers, and Zach Hillesland following an underachieving (21-15) 2008-09 season that ended with a loss to eventual NIT champion ...

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  4. Fordham Finishes Winless Conference Season

    On Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009, the head coach of the Fordham Rams men's basketball team, Dereck Whittenburg , was relieved of his duties after the team stumbled out of the gate to a 1-5 record, just one year after suffering a 3-25 season...

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  5. How Austin Freeman's Diabetes Affects The Georgetown Hoyas

    Junior guard Austin Freeman, the Georgetown Hoyas' leading scorer, did not start the Hoyas' home loss to Notre Dame this past Saturday, and managed only five points in 23 minutes...

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  6. Evaluating Ohio State's Candidacy for a No. 1 Seed

    It is a virtual certainty that come Selection Sunday, three out of the four No. 1 seeds for the NCAA Tournament will be Kansas , Kentucky , and Syracuse . The fourth and final No. 1 seed is now very much in question...

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