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  1. Norwich University signs 10-year old leukemia survivor

    Jan 22, 2014, 11:14 AM EDT

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    Jimmy Giroux is 10 years old and has already been through more in life than any of us could imagine. He beat leukemia. It took a lot out of him, however, and the disease and corresponding treatments did a lot of damage to his body, including effecting his growth. Which is why what Norwich University…

  2. Ethan Wragge honored with ‘Lumberjack Night’ (VIDEO)

    Jan 22, 2014, 10:48 AM EDT

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    This is terrific. Ethan Wragge is the most unique player in college basketball. He’s Creighton’s “center”, but he rarely, if ever, steps inside the three-point line. He’s scored more than 1,000 points in his career and has attempted 53 two-pointers, a fact made all the more wild when you consider that he never stepped beyond…

  3. The Secondary Break: Wednesday’s Links

    Jan 22, 2014, 8:00 AM EDT

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    Coach starting to get heat for Red Storm’s struggles (New York Post) St. John’s has a big game on Thursday night when the take on Seton Hall, with Steve Lavin’s team looking to pick up its first Big East victory. And those struggles have been a surprise to many, and as a result the coaching…

  4. Cameron Bairstow, Hugh Greenwood lead New Mexico over Boise State

    Jan 22, 2014, 12:34 AM EDT

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    Through 20 minutes inside The Pit on Tuesday night, Cameron Bairstow, Kendall Williams and Hugh Greenwood accounted for a combined 35 points, off 12-of-17 shooting. The entire Boise State team shot 10-of-36 from the field for 27 first half points. Boise State would rally in the second half, but its last 20 minutes couldn’t undo…

  5. Alex Poythress continues his hot streak as No. 14 Kentucky outlasts Texas A&M

    Jan 22, 2014, 12:21 AM EDT

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    It wasn’t always pretty and it wasn’t always exciting, but No. 14 Kentucky did the job they were supposed to do against Texas A&M on a snowy Tuesday night, dispatching the Aggies, 68-51. Billy Kennedy entered the night with a game-plan: to play the game at a snail’s pace, trying to keep the score in…

  6. Late Night Snacks: Michigan State, Kentucky win at home

    Jan 22, 2014, 12:00 AM EDT

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    GAME OF THE NIGHT: No. 3 Michigan State 71, Indiana 66 This was an important game for the Hoosiers and after one half, led Michigan State — without Adreian Payne — with a one-point lead. In the second half, Gary Harris took over scoring 20 of his 24 points in the second half. IMPORTANT OUTCOMES No. 14…

  7. Gary Harris leads Michigan State to win over Indiana

    Jan 21, 2014, 9:30 PM EDT

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    For the first 30 minutes or so over the game, Indiana played like a team who was hungrier and wanted to win more than Michigan State. Playing shorthanded without Will Sheehey and coming off of a loss to Northwestern over the weekend, the Hoosiers figured to stand little chance against the No. 3 team in…

  8. Texas, Jonathan Holmes beats Kansas State at the buzzer (VIDEO)

    Jan 21, 2014, 9:08 PM EDT

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    Remember when we were all laughing about Texas because Rick Barnes was so totally about to be fired and, like, he didn’t even know, bro? Because Texas was going to be awful, right? So much for that. After starting Big 12 play 0-2 with losses to both of the Oklahoma schools, the Longhorns have now…

  9. Northwestern fans ‘Stand With Purdue’ in support after shooting (PHOTOS)

    Jan 21, 2014, 8:49 PM EDT

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    On Tuesday afternoon, a teaching assistant was shot and killed at Purdue. The Boilermakers traveled to Northwestern to take on the Wildcats on Tuesday night, and in a show of support, a group of Northwestern students painted “Stand With Purdue” on their chests.

  10. Air Force assistant coach Drew Long absent from team as he battles cancer

    Jan 21, 2014, 6:28 PM EDT

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    Air Force assistant men’s basketball coach Drew Long has been battling rectal cancer, and has been away from the program since Thanksgiving to receive treatment. A native of Houston, Long has been there with his wife and their three daughters, along with his parents who still make their home there. Long is currently in the…

  11. Columbia seeking to challenge Harvard, Princeton in the Ivy League

    Jan 21, 2014, 5:00 PM EDT

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    In most years, the Ivy League is nothing more than a blip on the radar of the college basketball scene. This year, however, is unlike most years. Harvard garnered national attention even prior to the season beginning after defeating New Mexico in last year’s NCAA Tournament and returning two of their top players in Kyle…

  12. Tuesday’s Pregame Shootaround: Indiana looks for a bounce back win vs. Michigan State

    Jan 21, 2014, 3:09 PM EDT

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    GAME OF THE NIGHT: Indiana at No. 3 Michigan State, 7:00 p.m. Indiana is coming off one of the weirder stretches we’ve seen from any team this season. Last Tuesday, they notched a big win over then-No. 3 Wisconsin at home, earning themselves some credibility as a legitimate Big Ten threat and a team with…

  13. How a perfect NCAA tournament bracket will win you a billion dollars

    Jan 21, 2014, 2:48 PM EDT

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    Warren Buffett wants to give you a billion dollars. With a ‘B’. And he wants to do it if you manage to fill out a perfect bracket for the NCAA tournament. Seriously. Quicken Loans is sponsoring the Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge, and Buffett is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, the company insuring the grand prize.…

  14. Oklahoma walk-on makes trick shots for charity (VIDEO)

    Jan 21, 2014, 2:18 PM EDT

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    First things first: the trick shots here are awesome. Jay Bilas isn’t kidding around, Oklahoma walk-on James Fraschilla is the best there is. Just check out the shot he made at the 1:12 mark. It’s ridiculous. But the best part is that he’s using the attention that the video gets to raise awareness and money…

  15. College Basketball Player of the Year Power Rankings

    Jan 21, 2014, 1:28 PM EDT

    Connecticut v Memphis

    1. Doug McDermott, Creighton: At this point in the season, I probably don’t need to do much more than simply write McDermott’s name here. Everyone else is battling for second-place. It doesn’t matter how you break it down: McDermott is the second-leading scorer in the country; he’s the highest-usage weapon in the nation’s most efficient…

  16. Bracketology: Strong profile pushes Kansas to top line

    Jan 21, 2014, 11:54 AM EDT

    Kansas State v Kansas

    Since losing to San Diego State, the Kansas Jayhawks have put together a five-game surge that includes victories over its biggest competitors in the Big 12 conference – Oklahoma, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Iowa State, and Baylor.  Two of those (Oklahoma, Iowa State) were on the road.  Add in victories over Duke and New Mexico…

  17. After upseting Ohio State, Nebraska head coach Tim Miles takes selfie with fan (PHOTOS)

    Jan 21, 2014, 11:28 AM EDT

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    Nebraska beat No. 17 Ohio State at home last night. To celebrate, Tim Miles — the Nebraska head coach known for tweeting out halftime adjustments — somehow found himself taking a selfie while hugging a fan: Here’s my view of the Miles-Fan selfie!! A full embrace!! @CoachMiles @CHVALAfied2prty #Huskers pic.twitter.com/Ffhr9O6ZP9 — Kevin Sjuts (@kevinsjuts) January…

  18. Devon Saddler, Jarvis Threatt lead Delaware to 5-0 CAA start (VIDEO)

    Jan 21, 2014, 11:11 AM EDT

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    Devon Saddler and Jarvis Threatt combined for 41 points and 16 assists as Delaware went into Philly and knocked off Drexel, 90-77. The Blue Hens jumped out to a 17-7 lead and extended it to 48-32 at the half as they improved to 5-0 in the CAA, good enough for sole possession of first place.

  19. George Washington loses second-leading scorer Kethan Savage for 6-8 weeks

    Jan 21, 2014, 10:17 AM EDT

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    George Washington sophomore guard Kethan Savage will miss six-to-eight weeks after fracturing the fifth metatarsal in his left foot. He suffered the injury against St. Bonaventure on Saturday. The school announced the news with a press release Tuesday morning. “It’s disappointing for Kethan to have this happen in the middle of his breakout sophomore season,…

  20. Ethan Wragge, college basketball’s best shooter, shot his first three … in 10th grade?

    Jan 21, 2014, 9:51 AM EDT

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    PHILADELPHIA — Ethan Wragge is the best shooter in college basketball. Yeah, I know, that’s about as subjective a statement as a writer can make, one that can be debated and argued and nitpicked until no one actually cares who the best shooter in the country is anymore. But as of tonight, it’s not a discussion.…