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As far as critics are concerned — along with fans of the Steelers, Raiders and even some Patriots backers — A.B. is TNT.
Two overtime games. Three ejections. Five pick-6s. Blown big leads. Major injuries.
This year's Sweet 16 will feature almost all of the top 16 seeds. No. 1 seeds Duke, Virginia, North Carolina and Gonzaga all made it through. No. 2 seeds Michigan, No. 2 Tennessee, No. 2 Kentucky and No. 2 Michigan State, the pick to win it all in the perfect bracket, are also making an appearance. Same for all four No. 3 seeds: Texas Tech, Purdue, Houston and LSU. Even the bottom line looks strong, filled by two No. 4 seeds (Florida State and Virginia Tech) and a No. 5 seed (Auburn). Only No. 12 Oregon, Pac-12 tournament champion in 2019, can be considered a surprise this season.
It happens every year, and it is one of the reasons the NCAA tournament is so great: Some obscure player from a team you perhaps have never heard of carries his team on his back into the upper reaches of the bracket, becoming a nationally known name for at least a couple of weeks.
Virginia football coach Bronco Mendenhall has a special affinity for the word fortitude.
LANDOVER, Md.—He sat in front of his locker, his back to the waiting members of the press corps, preparing himself as thoroughly to face the c…
FRONT ROYAL – Leading by two touchdowns midway through the third quarter Friday night, Culpeper County’s defense saw host Skyline heading for …
Eastern View had a different challenge than what they are used to, they had to play on a Thursday night. Despite the change, the Cyclones were…
Get up to speed on every game as the NCAA Tournament kicks off on Thursday afternoon.