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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 NCAA Tournament: Kentucky, Duke, Arizona and Oklahoma Favorites To Reach Final Four

With only 16 teams remaining after a wild first weekend of action, it truly appears to be anyone’s tournament to take. There are four teams that are standing out in this reporters mind and will shape up the Final Four nicely. Kentucky. The obvious choice. They soundly defeated both Hampton and Cincinnati to reach the Sweet 16. West Virginia will press them hard to try and force turnovers but Kentucky
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Fred VanVleet vs. Jerian Grant: Why The Shockers-Irish Sweet Sixteen Matchup Should Not Be Missed

The most intriguing Sweet 16 matchup might be Wichita State vs. Notre Dame. It's a matchup of Fred VanVleet and Jerian Grant that has alot of college basketball fans salivating, as the two are considered by many as the best point guards in the country. First, you have VanVleet, who isn't the scorer that Grant is, however there might not be a more well-rounded guard in the NCAA. So far
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2015 March Madness: Xavier’s Stainbrook Gives Back To Family and Community

MattStainbrook has the look of an old-school NBA veteran. Going back to the days of Horace Grant, the Xavier fifth-year senior wears the infamous basketball goggles, a look that has garnered him about as much attention as his stellar play.Whether or not his style appeals to you, Stainbrook has been a pivotal piece for Xavier's run to the Sweet Sixteen. The 6'10 forward, who averages 12 points and 6.8 rebounds
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2015 March Madness: Can 12th-Seeded Wofford Defeat Favored Arkansas?

When filling out an NCAA Tournament bracket it's always best to include a few Cinderella team's. Usually, most of the first-round upsets come from the 12th seed, as the annual matchup against the favored 5th seed tends to favor the underdog. This year's tournament features a few intriguing 5-12 matchups, but perhaps not one team is more primed to upset their opponent than the Wofford Terriers. Wofford won the Southern
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NCAAB: Bobby Hurley’s Buffalo Bulls, A Dangerous Sleeper To Watch

Recently, there haven't been too many things to get excited for in Buffalo. The city just experienced one of the worst snowstorms in recent history, the Bills have  once again failed to make the playoffs, and let's not get started on the Sabres. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel, as the Buffalo Bulls have made the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history.
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2015 March Madness: Larry Nance Jr. Leads Wyoming Into Tournament After Overcoming Long Odds

Larry Nance Jr. may never have the same NBA career as his father, Larry Nance Sr. However, he has already gained quite the following, as the lightly-recruited senior has led Wyoming to the  NCAA Tournament. Playing for Revere High School, located just outside of Akron, Ohio, Nance seemed like anything but a sure thing.  Unlike most top high school prodigies, Nance Jr. didn't start on the school's varsity team. He
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2015 March Madness: Why The Future Of The ACC Resides In These Potential Game-Changing Players

The future of ACC Basketball is in good hands, as the league features a great deal of young talent. While it's almost a certainty Duke freshman, and Wooden Award frontrunner, Jahlil Okafor, will opt to enter the NBA Draft, there are some intriguing prospects waiting to lay claim to the best in the ACC. Jalen Hudson - It's seems unlikely to have a player that averaged 6.9 points a game
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2015 March Madness: Dallas Moore Helps Ospreys Clinch First-Ever Tournament Berth

It's a good time to be a fan of the North Florida Ospreys. The team clinched it's first NCAA Tournament bid by winning the A-Sun Conference Tourney.  It has been a long time coming for the school, whom have only been a full-fledged Division I program for six years. Founded in 1992, the North Florida men's Basketball team quickly ascended from the NAIA to the NCAA Division II ranks within