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    • Committee reveals projected top seeds for NCAA tournament
      USA Today5 hours ago

      Committee reveals projected top seeds for NCAA tournament

      NEW YORK (AP) — After a week full of upsets, the NCAA women's basketball committee revealed its projected top 16 seeds for the final time before selection Monday. UConn, Mississippi State, Baylor and Notre Dame would be the top seeds if the season was over. It's the first time that the Irish are a No. 1 seed. "This whole thing is definitely subject to change between now and selection day," women's basketball committee chair Terry Gawlik said in a phone interview Monday. "There are not only a lot of games left, but also a lot of tournaments." Three of the teams in the top 16 were playing Monday night. Maryland, seeded at No. 7, played at Ohio State. Second-seed Baylor visited No. 6 seed Texas,

    • Moorhead Named Offensive Coordinator of the Year
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      Moorhead Named Offensive Coordinator of the Year

      NEWS: First-year assistant coach Joe Moorhead has been selected as the 247Sports Offensive Coordinator of the Year. Moorhead spearheaded an offensive attack that helped the Nittany Lions capture the 2016 Big Ten Championship and a Rose Bowl berth.

    • Southern Maryland basketball notebook: Undersized Calvert team has made a run to close out regular season
      Washington Post

      Southern Maryland basketball notebook: Undersized Calvert team has made a run to close out regular season

      Following a 4-6 start to the season with a few key players transitioning from the grind of the football season, the Calvert boys’ basketball team proved it knew how to win, compiling a 9-2 record heading into the team’s final regular-season game at Chopticon Friday. But the game in Morganza presented a new test for the Cavaliers. While the 1 p.m. tip wasn’t too much of an adjustment, the Chopticon students, presented with the option of attending a basketball game during school, showed up in big numbers. “[The coaches] wanted to prepare us for the playoffs in case we have to go on the road,” said junior guard Jay Weems, who leads the team in assists. “It was crazy,” senior guard Isaiah Ridley