College Basketball

Mike Tigas

In the days since now former University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe was toppled from office by a band of students, people have searched to find the takeaway lesson.

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It’s late August already, and while attention among sports fans in much of the country has turned toward the impending NFL season, there are almost as many who eagerly await the start of college football. One of those places is in Waco, Texas, where the Baylor faithful hope this will be the season their Bears lead them to the promised land of a national championship.

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The box score of the women’s basketball game Sunday between the Mount St. Joseph’s Lions and the Hiram Terriers, two Ohio teams at the non-scholarship Division III level will show Lauren Hill, a 19-year-old freshman scored four points in about four minutes of court time. 

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Does a single bad act obliterate the good that a person has done over a period of time?

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Last Tuesday’s game between Connecticut and Notre Dame for women’s college basketball’s national championship wasn’t much of an athletic contest.

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Apr 3, 2014
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In case you hadn’t noticed, college athletics is divided in much the same way the retail world is:  there are schools like Maryland in the major conferences, like the Atlantic Coast Conference, soon to be in the Big Ten. Think of them like big grocery stores, where you can get just about everything, from soup and soap to hair nets and meat at the cheapest possible cost.