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INDIANAPOLIS – It would have been easy for so many players to leave. That’s what UCLA coach Mick Cronin said a few days ago, before the 11-seed Bruins took the court before their Elite Eight matchup with top-seed Michigan, in describing the first meeting with his new players two years ago. Read more

INDIANAPOLIS – Gonzaga coach Mark Few relayed the conversation he had with star incoming freshman point guard Jalen Suggs about whether to pursue a waiver for Florida transfer point guard Andrew Nembhard to add him to the 2020-21 playing roster. Read more

With 101-year-old Sister Jean cheering No. 8 seed Loyola-Chicago from the stands, the Ramblers became the first team to send a No. 1 seed home, upsetting Illinois 71-58 loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Read more

In the building Texas Tech coach Chris Beard’s mentor made famous, the Red Raiders put forth a defense-first, gritty effort that would have made the The General proud. Mac McClung led four scorers in double figures with 16 points, and 6-seed Texas Tech overcame a sluggish start with a second… Read more

No. 1-seed Illinois held No. 16 Drexel to its second-lowest scoring output of the season as the Illini defeated the Dragons 78-49 on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis. Read more

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