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Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

The other day I wrote an article about the myth that persists about the greatness of Josh Pastner. Perhaps it’s fate that Archie Miller of the Dayton Flyers is in Memphis at the moment. Miller is one game away from […]

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dayton ncaa tournament

The Dayton Flyers have been the Cinderella story of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, and they showed the world they aren’t ready to let go quite yet by defeating the Stanford Cardinal 82-72 on Thursday night in the Sweet 16.  The […]

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Dayton Flyers

Chalk one up for the big boys. Or, rather, chalk up 14. That’s how many major conference teams are still alive after the first week of the NCAA Tournament. The Sweet 16 is pretty sweet indeed if you’re not a […]

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stephen f austin celebration

Apparently, Cinderella does not want to leave the Big Dance this weekend. In just their second ever tournament appearance, the No. 12 seed Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks left their mark on a wild opening NCAA tournament week, topping the No. […]

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(Ben Volin Twitter)

College basketball fans could not have asked for a better start to the 2014 NCAA Tournament on Thursday afternoon as the  No. 11 University of Dayton Flyers crushed the hopes and dreams of the millions of fans who were hoping […]

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Craft

There is, in fact, only so much Aaron Craft can do. While he probably is Ohio State‘s best player, you wouldn’t have known he even had many teammates in the final tumultuous minutes of the Buckeyes’ 60-59 loss to the […]

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Rob Leifheit USA-TODAY-Sports

In the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament, upsets don’t happen. Weekly rankings, preseason predictions and Las Vegas point spreads mean nothing as teams take to a neutral court against a worthy opponent. Save for biased officiating, there isn’t any figurative advantage for […]

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