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2015 March Madness : UCLA Bruins PG Bryce Alford More Than Just The Coaches Kid

It's not easy being the coaches kid. Bryce Alford is exactly that. While he might get extra attention from his coach off the court, his play on the court has garnered him a national spotlight. UCLA has advanced  into the Sweet Sixteen. It wasn't supposed to happen like this for the Bruins, as many thought the team wasn't tournament worthy. However, with wins over SMU and UAB, UCLA has proved
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NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Oklahoma Sooners Must Be on Upset Alert

COLUMBUS- The number three seeds failed to display the strength of final four teams so far in the NCAA Tournament. Iowa State and Baylor failed to advance to round 3 as the offenses looked flat-out dismal. The Cyclones scored a meager 59 points in the loss to  the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) while Baylor was equally as ineffective as they scored 56 points in the 57-56 loss to Georgia State. Notre
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NCAA March Madness: Boise State Hopes To Sneak Into Tourney

The Boise State Broncos sit firmly on the NCAA Tournament bubble. Despite an impressive 23-7 record, the team doesn't have a signature win on its schedule, and a strong finish is needed to garner them a chance for the big dance. The Broncos were able to defeat their Mountain West conference foe San Diego State twice, however the Aztecs are not the same team of recent years, and are currently
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2015 March Madness: Can A.J. English Help Iona Sneak In?

The Iona Gaels are likely a lock for the MAAC Conference regular season title. If all goes right they will win advance to the NCAA Tournament. With a full three weeks of the season remaining, the Gaels can't let up. With a potent offensive attack, March Madness can't come soon enough. Led by the scoring of A.J. English III and fellow junior, David Laury, the Gaels rank fifth in the nation