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2015 Final Four: Frosh G Grayson Allen Sparks Blue Devils

The 2014 freshman class was one of the best in college basketball history, and nowhere is that more prevalent than Duke, as the school won it's fifth National Title on Monday night due in large part to their stellar recruiting class. With Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow projected to be top-five picks in the NBA Draft, one would expect a big contribution from the two on championship night. However, it was
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2015 Final Four: Badgers’ Koenig Hopes To Inspire Many With His Play

The Wisconsin Badgers have advanced to their second consecutive Final Four. As a result, they will have the daunting task of trying to upset the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats. This is the second straight year the Badgers and Wildcats have squared off in the national semifinals. While Wisconsin wasn't successful in last year's matchup, they are ready to avenge their defeat. With Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker and Nigel Hayes leading the Badgers
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2015 Final Four: PG Travis Trice One Of Many Under-Appreciated Spartans

Led by coach Tom Izzo, the Michigan State Spartans are looking to capture their third national title. In fact, this could be one of school's deeper squads, as the team has what seems to be an infinite amount of options on its roster. They might lack the appeal of players such as Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky or Duke's Jahlil Okafor, nor do they have four dominant big men like Kentucky. What Michigan State
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2015 March Madness: Cleveland The Biggest Winner of Irish-Wildcats 68-66 Thriller

CLEVELAND –  In a nationally-televised nail-biting instant classic between the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats and the sentimental favorites in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday night, the city of Cleveland emerged the biggest winner. With celebrities in attendance such as LeBron James, Golden Globe-nominated actress and Kentucky Wildcats uber-fan Ashley Judd sprinkled through Quicken Loans Arena—or the Q, to the locals—Cleveland proved to be the place to be, as it was