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  1. One-time NCAA tournament darling Norfolk State loses in MEAC quarterfinals

    Mar 13, 2013, 8:36 PM EDT

    Norfolk State

    Norfolk State became something of a household name last season after knocking off second-seeded Missouri as a 15 seed in last year’s NCAA tournament. It only helped the spirit of the upset when then-senior forward Kyle O’Quinn showed that he was one of the most likable players in the country in a wide-eyed, off-the-cuff postgame…

  2. Air Force guard Michael Lyons injured in loss to UNLV

    Mar 13, 2013, 7:06 PM EDT

    Michael Lyons

    Once leading scorer Michael Lyons went down in the early minutes of Air Force’s game Wednesday against UNLV, there wasn’t much the Falcons could do. Lyons injured his knee less than two minutes into the game after turning the ball over, falling to the ground and not getting up for the remainder of the play. Without…

  3. Brandon Triche, No. 19 Syracuse find shooting touch in win over Seton Hall

    Mar 13, 2013, 5:43 PM EDT

    Brandon Triche

    The final five games of the Big East regular season were unkind to Syracuse. The Orange lost four of five games down the stretch, shooting just over 37 percent from the floor in those defeats. Included in that was a 39-point performance against rival Georgetown, one of the lowest offensive outputs in school history. But…

  4. Report: Colorado State point guard Dorian Green out Wednesday

    Mar 13, 2013, 5:11 PM EDT

    Dorian Green, Colton Iverson

    According to multiple reports, Colorado State’s starting point guard Dorian Green will not play tonight in the Rams’ Mountain West tournament quarterfinal due to an ankle injury: BREAKING: Colorado State senior PG Dorian Green (ankle) will NOT be playing today in @themwc quarterfinals vs. Fresno State. #mwbb — Geoff Grammer (@GeoffGrammer) March 13, 2013 Green,…

  5. D.J. Haley leaving VCU program on eve of A-10 tournament

    Mar 13, 2013, 4:07 PM EDT

    DJ Haley

    Virginia Commonwealth reserve center D.J. Haley is leaving the school’s basketball program to focus on academics, head coach Shaka Smart announced in a release Wednesday. “We appreciate DJ’s contributions to our program over the past three years,” Smart said in a statement. “Unfortunately, he has decided that his heart is no longer invested in basketball.…

  6. 2013 Conference-USA tournament Preview

    Mar 13, 2013, 3:15 PM EDT

    Louisville v Memphis

    Conference-USA has centered around just one team the entire year. The Memphis Tigers have thoroughly dismantled the entire conference, finishing with an unblemished record in league play. While the Tigers have received national acclaim for their performances this season, the rest of the conference has been completely forgotten about, and with good reason. SMU made…

  7. Bubble Banter: Wednesday’s Losers

    Mar 13, 2013, 2:38 PM EDT

    Big East Basketball Tournament - Second Round

    This page will be updated throughout the day. Come back and feed your bubble fix. Providence: The Friars were a longshot, but they still had a chance to dance if they could put together a couple of wins at Madison Square Garden this week. Unfortunately, Ed Cooley’s club lost in to Cincinnati in their first…

  8. Bubble Banter: Wednesday’s Winners

    Mar 13, 2013, 2:34 PM EDT

    Cincinnati Bearcats' Henton shoots as Providence Friars' Batts looks on in the first half of their NCAA men's college basketball game in New York

    This page will be updated throughout the day. Come back and feed your bubble fix. Cincinnati: The Bearcats were probably in even if they ended up losing to Providence in their first game in the Big East tournament, but Mick Cronin’s club erased all doubt by pounding on the Friars. Cincinnati has a decent RPI,…

  9. Report: San Jose State fires George Nessman

    Mar 13, 2013, 2:23 PM EDT


    To follow along with the 2013 Coaching Carousel, click here. After back-to-back nine win seasons, George Nessman has been fired as head coach at San Jose State. SJSU athletic director Gene Bleymaier made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon after the Spartans lost in the first round of the WAC Tournament. “George Nessman worked hard to create an…

  10. Big Ten Conference Tournament Preview

    Mar 13, 2013, 1:21 PM EDT

    Michigan's guard Trey Burke drives around Indiana's Victor Oladipo during the second half of their NCAA college basketball game in Ann Arbor

    I’m not sure I can remember a more anticipated conference tournament than this year’s Big Ten. Maybe the 2009 Big East tournament, the year that UConn, Pitt and Louisville all got No. 1 seeds and Villanova made the Final Four. But even that Big East can’t compare to this year’s Big Ten in terms of…

  11. ACC Tournament Preview

    Mar 13, 2013, 11:45 AM EDT

    Duke Miami

    The ACC was weird this season. Miami won the league. Think about that. Miami. That, alone, is enough to leave you scratching your head. But there’s more to it. Duke was the best team in the country heading into conference play and looks like they are right back in that conversation now that Ryan Kelly…

  12. March 13 Bracket: Saint Mary’s holds spot – for now

    Mar 13, 2013, 11:32 AM EDT

    Matthew Dellavedova, Kelly Olynyk

    For now, Saint Mary’s remains in our projected NCAA tournament bracket.  Losing to a potential No. 1 seed isn’t a reason to drop the Gaels.  But as we noted in the Bubble Update, the third loss to Gonzaga leaves Saint Mary’s profile a bit light on high quality wins.  Between now and Sunday, dozens of important conference tournament games will be…

  13. Colorado’s Andre Roberson to return for the Pac-12 tournament

    Mar 13, 2013, 11:00 AM EDT

    Andre Roberson

    Andre Roberson has been cleared to play in Colorado’s Pac-12 tournament opener tonight against Oregon State. “He looked good, he looked energetic (and had) fresh legs, live legs,” Tad Boyle told Colorado’s athletics website. “It’s great to have him back.” “We’ll start him, absolutely. We’ll watch him obviously and ask him how he’s feeling and…

  14. Report: Three teams joining Big East next season are Butler, Xavier…Dayton?

    Mar 13, 2013, 10:45 AM EDT

    Archie Miller

    According to a report from Lenn Robbins of the New York Post this morning, Butler and Xavier will be joined in the new Big East by Dayton next season. Robbins goes on to say that both Creighton and St. Louis will join the league in 2014-2015. This is new. It’s become widely assumed that Butler…

  15. Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament Preview

    Mar 13, 2013, 10:30 AM EDT

    Butler Saint Louis Basketball

    The Atlantic 10’s automatic bid isn’t going to be the only NCAA tournament berth on the line at the Barclays Center this week, as there are a quartet of teams that are still looking to solidify an at-large berth into the Big Dance. St. Louis, Butler and VCU are all sitting pretty right now, but…

  16. The Little Dances: Championship Week Day 9 Preview

    Mar 13, 2013, 10:00 AM EDT

    Jabari Brown, Laurence Bowers, Mike Muscala

    The NCAA Tournament doesn’t get going until March 19, but for the real college hoops fans, the days leading up to Selection Sunday is when the madness really begins. Over the next two weeks teams will fight for the postseason lives. Bubbles will burst and tickets will be punched, and Cinderellas will be born. This…

  17. Big Sky conference tournament preview

    Mar 13, 2013, 9:30 AM EDT

    ORU v Weber St

    Entering the season Montana and Weber State were expected to be the class of the Big Sky and that’s how the race played out, with Weber State’s loss at Montana State proving to be the difference in the race for the regular season crown. As a result it’s Montana who hosts the tournament and receives…

  18. Speculation about Jim Boeheim’s retirement isn’t going to go away

    Mar 13, 2013, 9:00 AM EDT

    Syracuse v Georgetown

    When talk of Jim Boeheim retiring comes up, the evidence used to prove that he’s considering it is completely circumstantial. Boeheim himself, as recently as Saturday, emphatically stated, in no uncertain terms, that he hasn’t thought about retiring. “There’s nothing to talk about because I haven’t given a thought to it. I’ve never … ever…

  19. The Morning Mix

    Mar 13, 2013, 8:00 AM EDT

    LIU Brooklyn

    Tuesday was a rather light night of college hoops. But starting today business is going to pick up. The high-major conferences begin their postseason tournaments, and all the chaos and entertainment we saw during the regular season is likely to replicate itself during the next five days. Let’s hit the links. Read of the Day:…

  20. Late Night Snacks: 3 more tickets to NCAA tournament punched Tuesday

    Mar 13, 2013, 1:16 AM EDT

    LIU Brooklyn

    Game of the Day: Seton Hall 46, South Florida 42 (OT) This is not the Game of the Day because it was the best to watch. In fact, it was painful. This is the Game of the Day because it proves a point about reaching the line between maximizing the number of teams that get…