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The Hartford CourantWhen it comes to ethics and government oversight and watchdogs, Connecticut should be like Middle Earth and rings of power. You shouldn't have to persuade people based on hypothetical scenarios. "What if the most evil person alive was trying to get a...
Getting big home wins in January against North Carolina and N.C. State were steps in the right direction for a Virginia program hoping to get back to the NCAA tournament for a second straight season, but one fact remains. Those Atlantic Coast Conference...
The Baltimore SunThe Maryland men's basketball team begins a critical four-game stretch to end the regular season tonight at Georgia Tech. The Terps are sixth in the Atlantic Coast Conference at 7-7 and they have a 19-8 record overall, but they must make a statement in...
As Virginia prepares for a home game Thursday against Duke that convention suggests is crucial to its NCAA tournament prospects, one of college basketball’s most-visible analysts disagrees. “They’re in,” ESPN’s Jay Bilas...
ACC All Access: Return of Mike Tobey is a positive development for Virginia's Akil Mitchell and Darion AtkinsMike Tobey still looked like he was moving in slow motion at times as he ran up and down the John Paul Jones Arena court Sunday in Virginia’s 82-54 win against Georgia Tech. It didn’t matter. Just the fact he was on the floor in the first...
The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved Nasdaq OMX Group Inc.'s proposal to pay brokerages as much as $62 million as compensation for last year's botched Facebook Inc. initial public offering. Nasdaq's trading system was overwhelmed by...
Britain's three major political parties have agreed on a new system of regulating newspapers in the aftermath of shocking invasions of privacy by some tabloid journalists. In this case, unanimity doesn't equal wisdom. The London-based Index on...
In addition to conceding its butchering of Miami’s infractions case, the NCAA on Monday released its latest men’s basketball Rating Percentage Index. The official “nitty-gritty” reflects games through Sunday and breaks down teams...
The Angus Foundation's Board of Directors has chosen Cortney Hill-Dukehart Cates of Modoc, Ind., to represent the American Angus Association and Angus Foundation at the 2013 National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) Young Cattlemen's Conference (YCC)....
VCU versus Michigan in suburban Detroit. North Carolina against Kansas in Kansas City. A Duke-Louisville rematch in Indianapolis. North Carolina State encountering preseason No. 1 Indiana. Much of the regional contingent in the NCAA basketball...
The Notre Dame women got a top seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year – and what may be their last chance for a while to be the belles of the (basket) ball. DePaul once again hopes to be a Cinderella. And Illinois, which looked...
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