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  1. Andy Katz: Geving looks to keep PSU dancing

    Andy Katz

    Just a few years ago, Portland State had never been to an NCAA tournament. With back-to-back trips to the Big Dance in the bag, expectations are higher. Welcome to your new job, Tyler Geving.

    Story | Conversation | May 20, 2009
  2. Andy Katz: NCAA tournament committee's message? Play someone

    Andy Katz

    The bubble teams that made little effort to schedule big nonconference games this season had a rough Selection Sunday. The ones that did are now dancing. It's that simple.

    Story | Conversation | March 15, 2009
  3. Andy Katz: Saul Phillips and his Bison are just living the dream

    Andy Katz

    Saul Phillips froze. He didn't know what to do. The plan to redshirt freshmen for this moment, for one game to get into the NCAA tournament, had worked. A team in its first season as a full-fledged member of Division I was going dancing. So here he...

    Blog | Conversation | March 11, 2009
  4. Coaching success brings more pressure

    Andy Katz

    Whether you've been a national champion or have never been dancing, coaches on all levels feel the pressure of the NCAA Tournament.

    Story | Conversation | March 07, 2007
  5. These 10 should be dancing, maybe for a couple songs

    Andy Katz

    Andy Katz kicks off his Summer Sizzling 50 with 10 teams that could be dangerous threats in the NCAAs.

    Story | Conversation | August 14, 2006
  6. These 65 teams will be dancing

    Andy Katz

    Katz's Selection Sunday field of 65

    Story | Conversation | March 12, 2005
  7. Tough to dance amid scandals

    Andy Katz

    How college basketball's scandals play out is one question. How teams play amid them is another.

    Story | Conversation | March 07, 2003
  8. A-10 Must Stay Top-Heavy

    Andy Katz

    The A-10 finds itself in position to send more than a single team to the NCAA Tournament.

    Story | Conversation | January 13, 2003