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    • USA Today

      USA TODAY Sports Bracketology: Virginia tumbling in wrong direction for March

      Virginia is officially in a funk.  The Cavaliers have now lost four in a row and six of their last eight after Monday night's overtime loss to Miami, a team that's now vastly improved its standing while veering away from the bubble. Nevertheless, UVA could probably lose out and still be in the field of 68. But it's the Cavs' seeding that's been taken a beating. Once in the No. 2 seed range, they're now at the No. 5 line — which remember is upset city against a 12-seed Cinderella, typically — and flirting with a No. 6 seed. For a program that won the ACC in 2014 and 2015 and went to the Elite Eight last season, this is the first time in a while a Tony Bennett-steered Virginia team has fallen from

    • Jok scores 35 points; Iowa beats Indiana in OT 96-90
      The Charlotte Observer3 hours ago

      Jok scores 35 points; Iowa beats Indiana in OT 96-90

      In one of Iowa's most hectic games of the year, senior Peter Jok's calmness at the stripe proved to be the difference. Jok scored 35 points as Iowa rallied from 13 down to beat Indiana 96-90 in overtime on Tuesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak. Jok made a program record 22 free throws for the Hawkeyes (15-13, 7-8 Big Ten), who made 39 free throws to Indiana's 16. Jok hit a pair of free throws and two more off a subsequent steal, putting Iowa ahead 84-81 with 2:14 left in OT. The Hawkeyes then forced another turnover, and Jok made it six straight free throws and an 86-81 Hawkeyes lead. "He's a guy that obviously wants the ball, and we want to get him the ball," Iowa coach Fran McCaffery

    • Freak Show Podcast: Do Syracuse, Michigan St. deserve at-large bids?
      The Dagger

      Freak Show Podcast: Do Syracuse, Michigan St. deserve at-large bids?

        Michigan State is in unfamiliar ground when it comes to fighting for NCAA tourney spot (By Jamie Squire/Getty Images) On the inaugural edition of the Freak Show Podcast, NCAAB version, Brad Evans and Stephen Bardo run the floor discussing various hot