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Since when does March Madness have to be confined to March?

An injury isn't really an injury, and the iPhone actually was around during the 1966-67 season.

The Wolfpack's surprising road win over the Blue Devils provided plenty of story lines.

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Becker College mourns death of hockey captain Gerald Owens

A Massachusetts college is mourning the death of a student who starred on the men’s hockey team even after being diagnosed with cancer.

Becker College mourns death of hockey captain Gerald Owens

A Massachusetts college is mourning the death of a student who starred on the men’s hockey team even after being diagnosed with cancer.

Ian Harkes, son of John Harkes, signs with DC United

Midfielder Ian Harkes, son of former U.S. national team captain John Harkes, has signed with D.C. United.

The trip will provide players with an "amazing educational opportunity" and provide Harbaugh with one last spring practice road trip.

Hermann Trophy winner finalizes homegrown contract.

Shawn Springs' twin sons make their college football commitments.

Marial Shayok scored a career-high 19 points, but teammates raved about the defensive showing by their soft-spoken center.

The Hoyas will face Xavier, Creighton and Butler — all conference newcomers, all ranked — in a row.

The Hoosiers lose their most versatile player and best defender.

As sure as fans are to see a group of disciplined, uncontroversial players in Charlottesville, they’re going to see some funky hair as well.

The freshman forward bounced back from a subpar game against Illinois to deliver his best performance of the season in the Terps' win at Iowa.

Parrish Cobb is accused of being the driver in three crimes in the Waco, Tex., area.

As the calendar creeps towards March, a handful of MVP-caliber candidates are standing out for their teams.

There's a very distinct chance the Bulldogs finish the regular season undefeated, a preface for what could become the program's first Final Four appearance.

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Offensive lineman Anthony Herbert had just eaten breakfast after an early-morning workout.

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