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  1. Liggins, UK smother WVU in second half

    Mark Schlabach

    TAMPA, Fla. -- In the first half of Saturday's East Region third-round game between No. 4 seed Kentucky and No. 5 seed West Virginia, Mountaineers guard Joe Mazzulla was lighting up the Wildcats, just like he did in the Elite Eight a year ago. Maz...

    Blog | March 19, 2011
  2. Rapid Reaction: WVU 84, Clemson 76

    Mark Schlabach

    TAMPA, Fla. -- Tired legs? No. 12 seed Clemson came storming out of the locker room in its East Regional second-round game against No. 5 seed West Virginia, grabbing an early 10-point lead over the Mountaineers at St. Pete Times Forum on Thursday....

    Blog | March 17, 2011
  3. Tough start for Big East heavyweights

    Mark Schlabach

    No. 2 Villanova isn't the only Big East heavweight that was dropped to the canvas in the first half on Saturday. While the Wildcats trail by 19 points at the half at No. 8 Georgetown, West Virginia's early performance at St. John's was even more s...

    Blog | February 06, 2010
  4. NCAA tournament: Ranking and predicting the Sweet 16

    Mark Schlabach

    Throw out the seedings. The 2009 NCAA tournament is down to 16 teams. And from where I stand, as many as eight schools have a legit shot at cutting down the nets in Detroit. Who's playing the best heading into the Sweet 16? Let's rank them 1 to 16...

    Blog | Conversation | March 25, 2009
  5. NCAA tournament: Day 4 wrap-up

    Mark Schlabach

    After two rounds of the 2009 NCAA tournament, we can finally put the ACC-Big East debate to rest. The Big East was the best college basketball conference in the country this season, and the next two weeks will ultimately decide whether this version ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 22, 2009
  6. NCAA tournament: Cole Aldrich has come a long way

    Mark Schlabach

    A few observations from Sunday's set of early-afternoon games in the NCAA tournament: 1. I first saw Kansas center Cole Aldrich when he took the floor for the first time as a Jayhawk at Midnight Madness in Lawrence in 2008. At the time, I honestly ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 22, 2009
  7. NCAA tournament: Day 3 wrap-up

    Mark Schlabach

    North Carolina point guard Ty Lawson played through the throbbing pain from his injured right toe. Oklahoma forward Blake Griffin's cloudy head finally cleared. And Connecticut learned how to play the rest of the season without one of its best pl...

    Blog | Conversation | March 21, 2009
  8. NCAA tournament: Day 2 wrap-up

    Mark Schlabach

    After 36 hours of mostly predictable results, the 2009 NCAA tournament had its cork popped with a half-dozen upsets Friday. The carnage was especially heavy in the Midwest Region, where the Nos. 4-7 seeds were upset by lesser seeds. No result was m...

    Blog | Conversation | March 20, 2009
  9. NCAA tournament: Day 2 observations

    Mark Schlabach

    A couple of observations from Friday night's early set of games in the NCAA tournament: 1. Arizona and USC were two of the last teams to make the NCAA's 65-team field, but you hardly knew it watching those teams play Friday night. Arizona, which wa...

    Blog | Conversation | March 20, 2009
  10. NCAA tournament: Day 2 observations

    Mark Schlabach

    Here are some observations from Friday's late afternoon set of NCAA tournament games: 1. College basketball fans spent most of the season arguing about which conference was better: the ACC or the Big East? But through the first 1.5 days of the N...

    Blog | Conversation | March 20, 2009
  11. NCAA tournament: Day 2 observations

    Mark Schlabach

    Here are some observations from Friday's early set of NCAA tournament games: 1. There might not have been a bigger enigma in college basketball this season than Tennessee. OK, maybe Georgetown or Notre Dame. With Tyler Smith, J.P. Prince and Wayne ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 20, 2009
  12. NCAA tournament: Day 1 lacks usual flair

    Mark Schlabach

    It wasn't the kind of opening day we've grown accustomed to seeing -- or hope to watch -- in the NCAA tournament. Only four of Thursday's 16 games were won by lower seeds, and none of them -- No. 9 Texas A&M over No. 8 BYU, No. 10 Maryland over No....

    Blog | Conversation | March 19, 2009