Sportsbooks Eyeing Big Win For Kansas State In NCAA Tournament Opener

March 17, 2010 – By John Ritter The Kansas State Wildcats couldn’t figure things out against nemesis Kansas this season, but it’s been no problem dealing with virtually everybody else. They may be able to get a blockbuster rematch in the Final Four, but first they have to deal with Sun Belt champion North Texas … Read more

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K-State’s Martin Tearfully Announces Contract Extension

March 8 , 2010 – By John Ritter About as bittersweet as you can get. On the same week his Kansas State Wildcats fell hard against unranked Iowa State in the regular-season finale, head coach Frank Martin was chosen as the Associated Press’ Coach of the Year, and signed a contract extension that will pay … Read more

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Gibbs’ Miracle 3-Pointer Sets Pittsburgh Up For Deep Run In Conference Tournament

March 5, 2010 – By John Ritter Ashton Gibb’s desperation 3-pointer to beat Providence did more than just give the Pittsburgh Panthers another conference win Thursday night. It assured the troublesome Big East team a spot in the conference tournament’s quarterfinals and a really good shot at advancing to the semis. Because of a larger … Read more

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Georgetown’s Leading-Scorer Has Diabetes

March 4, 2010 – By John Ritter Georgetown’s volatile season took another troubling turn. Already in the middle of a three-game losing streak, the Hoyas learned on Thursday that leading-scorer Austin Freeman has been diagnosed with diabetes, and doesn’t know when he will play next. Freeman is not expected to miss the rest of the … Read more

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Duke Favored By 1 1/2 Against Maryland In De Facto Title Game

March 3, 2010 – By John Ritter Way back on Feb. 13, while Maryland was on a two-game ACC winning-streak and a win against North Carolina when it learned just how far along it was in the conference. The answer wasn’t so flattering. In their next game, the Terrapins were ambushed by a dizzying Duke … Read more

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