1. Clemson-Florida State: Dr. Fish, White Courtesy Phone

    FLORIDA STATE 65, No. 10 CLEMSON 61 Did anybody ask Clemson’s sports psychologist Dr. Joel Fish about the dreaded “post-big win letdown” syndrome? Apparently...no. Just three days after a record-breaking victory over No...

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  2. Clemson-Duke: Sports Psychologist Pushes Tigers Over Duke Mountain

    No. 10 CLEMSON 74, No. 3 DUKE 47 - Duke had won 22 straight over Clemson before the Tigers turned the table in last March's ACC tournament semifinal...

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  3. Clemson-Duke Analysis: Was That Coach K Texting Late in the Game?

    During last night’s blowout loss to Clemson, Duke head coach Mike Krzyrghl9ski was rumored to be seen using his BlackBerry with just a few minutes left in the contest...

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  4. UNC-Maryland: Sixteen Threes Propel Tar Heels

    No. 4 NORTH CAROLINA 108, MARYLAND 91 If you told Gary Williams that his Maryland Terrapins would make as many baskets, shoot 56 percent in the first half and 48 percent for the game, ...

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  5. UNC-N.C.State Rivalry Gone Bad: A Long Dark Tobacco Road

    Never mind a couple college kids banging each other during a basketball game, the North Carolina – N.C. State rivalry took an exceptionally ugly turn after the game on Saturday night...

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  6. Maryland Terps Feelin' the Love Again...

    Debbie Yow, Maryland's athletic director, has had a pretty tough few weeks. First, her sister, Kay Yow, passed away. Meanwhile, the men's basketball program continues to underachieve while head coach Gary Williams and her assistant feud...

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  7. UNC-NC State Mop-Up: Boys Will Be Boys

    With 1.9 seconds remaining in last Saturday’s 93-76 win over N.C. State, North Carolina reserve forward Mike Copeland drove to the basket after a long pass from Bobby Frasor, when Wolfpack center Ben McCauley knocked Copeland hard to the floor...

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  8. The Zen of Seth Greenberg: Explaining Virginia Tech's Losing Skid to NC State

    Sidney Lowe’s wardrobe hasn’t worked all that well with in-state rival North Carolina, but it does still posses some magical powers...

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  9. Tyler Hansbrough: A Day in the Life of Superman

    There are actually basketball fans out there who don't think Tyler Hansbrough can play. Never mind the Player of the Year awards and the records broken and about to be broken; there are those ...

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  10. Wake Forest-Duke Post Mortem: Gerald Henderson's Poorly Timed Nap

    So Saturday night after dinner, a group of ACC aficionados and one Big East fan (who actually thinks wrestling is a major sport) set about dissecting the game-winning inbounds play at the end of the Wake Forest v...

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  11. Clemson-Virginia Tech: The Tale of Two Hokies

    At halftime, the Virginia Tech Hokies were on pace to score 106 points against a team that plays them tough every game and who had beaten them the last two times they visited Blacksburg...

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  12. ACC Vs. Big East: This Week's ACC Action Solid Evidence in Conference Debate

    If you were wondering why so many folks love ACC basketball, this week has provided a rock-solid answer. Virginia Tech and Miami set the table with a highly entertaining game on Sunday night, and Wednesday’s ACC doubleheader was as good as it gets..

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  13. Wake Forest-Duke: Dino Gaudio Outsmarts Everybody

    No. 4 WAKE FOREST 70, No. 1 DUKE 68Wake Forest played great defense and did everything right except make second half free throws and good decisions late in the game. Those few lapses allowed No...

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  14. UNC-FSU: No Substitute For Good Fortune and Good Athletes

    No. 6 NORTH CAROLINA 80, FLORIDA STATE 77Ty Lawson couldn’t stop FSU star guard Toney Douglas, just as he couldn’t stop Tyrese Rice and Jeff Teague in the Heels two previous ...

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  15. ACC Officiating: What's Going On Here?

    Recently, it's been pointed out that certain ACC officials seemed to be suddenly ignore fouls University of North Carolina's Tyler Hansbrough may have committed...

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  16. UNC's Tyler Hansbrough: Non-Fouls Cause Teeth to Loosen

    Tyler Hansbrough’s habit of getting the ball in the paint and then putting himself clearly in the path of flailing arms and grabbing hands of opposing players in a manner (according ...

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  17. Duke-Maryland: Did the Terps Give Up When Duke Bombed Pearl Harbor?

    No. 2 DUKE 85, MARYLAND 44 – Evidently, yes.It was the Terps worse loss since they got waxed by Seton Hall back in 1941 during WWII...

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  18. WAHOOS GO ICE COLD IN WARM AND FUZZY JPJA

    FLORIDA STATE 73, VIRGINIA 62 – Toney Douglas scored 21 points and the Noles held the Wahoos to three first-half field goals—no, that’s not a misprint— THREE first-half field goals...

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  19. N.C. State's Kay Yow Dead At 66

    North Carolina State women's basketball coach Kay Yow, the Hall of Famer who won more than 700 games while earning fans with her decades-long fight against breast cancer, died on Saturday...

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  20. Picture(s) of the Day

    WORLD CUP. You know T.A.H. is a fan of World Cup skiing photography. Here are a few images from the past week well worthy of publication. Canada's John Kucera competes in the men's Super G during FIS ski World cup in Kitzbuhel on January 23, 2009...

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  21. Virginia Tech-Wake Forest: No. 1 Is Easy Come, Easy Go

    VIRGINIA TECH 78, No. 1 WAKE FOREST 71—Wake Forest earned a trip to the top spot in the polls after beating North Carolina. They rolled into last night’s game against the Virginia Tech Hokies the last undefeated D-I hoops squad...

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  22. UNC-Clemson: 54-0, Like Deja Vu All Over Again

    No. 6 NORTH CAROLINA 94, No. 9 CLEMSON 70—On Saturday night, Miami took advantage of North Carolina’s soft perimeter defense to lead for most of the first half. The Heels tightened down their now exposed weakness and went on a 13-0 run...

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  23. T.A.H. GOES TO WASHINGTON

    We said “you’d have to be crazy to go to Washington Tuesday,” with all the bridges into the city from Virginia closed off and the Metro sure to be absolute bedlam. So call us “sort of crazy” – we made a spontaneous trip in on Monday afternoon...

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  24. New Jersey Institute of Technology: Speaking of Losing Streaks in the Fifties.

    New Jersey Institute of Technology ended the longest losing streak in D-1at 51 games, getting a career-high 26 points from Jheryl Wilson in a 61-51 victory over Bryant...

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  25. SUPER BOWL CRIME

    Chandler, AZ resident morons Rex Perkins, 37 and Ryan Hanlon, 28 pose for a mug shot after they admitted they hung their team's flag in a tree and burned "Go Cards," "Go Kurt," and "I heart AZ" in McNabb's yard with diesel fuel...

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