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Daily Jolt: A new deal coming for Kevin Ollie?
John Calipari led his talented freshmen to the title game, but missed his chance to one-up the Fab Five.
No one foresaw UConn winning the national championship. The Huskies proved madness still reigns.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- What started as the Year of the Freshman in college basketball ended with the Career of Shabazz. As in Napier, Connecticut's senior guard, elder statesman and the rarest of rarities in this one-and-done era: a star who stayed four seasons, improved, progressed and, by the way, managed to win two national championships.
Seventh-seeded UConn took an early lead and held on throughout an exciting contest to top Kentucky 60-54 for a second title in four years and fourth overall.
UConn and Kentucky find themselves locked in a back-and-forth battle as the national title game winds down. Which will prevail in the end?
NEW YORK -- He had already been given those funny cowboy boots as a gift in Houston, and had stood on the field at Minute Maid Park for a pregame feting, and so Derek Jeter and the Yankees were reminded well before they came home for their first 2014 game at the monolith at 161st Street that this is going to be a season full of days with much ado about something.
Dominant in spurts in college, the next five players on our Big Board could flourish in the right NFL setting.
It's almost time. Before tip, we break down the most important matchups in tonight's championship game, and pick a winner.