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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | February 6, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Gary Williams has never been big on reaching milestones. Round numbers, such as his impending 600th career victory, are not as relevant to the Maryland basketball coach as his players running the offense to perfection or bringing the same kind of passion to defense that Williams shows on the sideline. Maryland@Boston College Tonight, 7, ESPNU, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM Records: Maryland (14-8, 4-3 ACC); Boston College (12-8, 3-4 ACC) Line: Boston College by 1 Big winners Active coaches with 600 wins: Coach .....
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
Daxter Miles wasn't planning on making his college commitment Friday night. But the Dunbar senior had a sudden change of heart during his high school graduation three days ago. “I decided [to end my recruitment] because it was a big event in my life, with me and my family, so why not keep it going and commit on my graduation?” said Miles, who pledged to West Virginia. “I wasn't planning to at first. Everything hit me though, and I thought about it real heavy.” Miles, who also considered offers from Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Villanova and Xavier, said the Mountaineers have been recruiting him since the beginning of his senior year, shortly after he transferred to Dunbar from IMG Academy in Florida.
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By Bob Ford | The Philadelphia Inquirer (MCT) | April 3, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS -- Billy Hahn still believes in the basketball gods. His faith has been tested, and he had doubts, but the last trace of those doubts finally vanished Friday on the raised basketball court inside Lucas Oil Stadium. After a nearly three-year exile from coaching following his dismissal by La Salle, and that followed by two years of helping his wife through a battle with ovarian cancer and leukemia, Hahn found himself on the court at the Final Four. Is that good enough?
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By Bob Ford | The Philadelphia Inquirer (MCT) | April 3, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS -- Billy Hahn still believes in the basketball gods. His faith has been tested, and he had doubts, but the last trace of those doubts finally vanished Friday on the raised basketball court inside Lucas Oil Stadium. After a nearly three-year exile from coaching following his dismissal by La Salle, and that followed by two years of helping his wife through a battle with ovarian cancer and leukemia, Hahn found himself on the court at the Final Four. Is that good enough?
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By NEWSDAY | February 3, 2000
Midway through the conference seasons and what do we have? A muddle? Maybe. Confusion? Could be. A free-for-all? Finally. What a difference a year makes. No heavyweight contender inspiring bracket-ducking (though look how things turned out for Duke). Cincinnati has dominated the rankings, sure, but the pessimism of coach Bob Huggins (who faults the Bearcats for inconsistency on defense and inexperience in the backcourt) finds its reflection in the widely held notion that Cincy can be had. By whom is another question.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
Daxter Miles wasn't planning on making his college commitment Friday night. But the Dunbar senior had a sudden change of heart during his high school graduation three days ago. “I decided [to end my recruitment] because it was a big event in my life, with me and my family, so why not keep it going and commit on my graduation?” said Miles, who pledged to West Virginia. “I wasn't planning to at first. Everything hit me though, and I thought about it real heavy.” Miles, who also considered offers from Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Villanova and Xavier, said the Mountaineers have been recruiting him since the beginning of his senior year, shortly after he transferred to Dunbar from IMG Academy in Florida.
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By Mike Lurie and Mike Lurie,Contributing Writer | May 16, 1993
WEST POINT, N.Y. -- The first quarter ended and Maryland led by three goals, prompting a feeling on the bench that things were going almost too well against Army.The Cadets agreed. They reversed the momentum yesterday with six straight second-quarter goals. With that edge, Army eased to a 15-11 victory in an NCAA Division I regional playoff at West Point's Michie Stadium.Both programs are now on a perilous course.As its reward for winning, 10th-ranked Army must travel to top-ranked North Carolina on Saturday for the quarterfinal.
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March 16, 2002
He said it "I knew I had to make some plays or we'd be on the plane tonight and I'd be back in the lab tomorrow working on my jump shot." Julius Hodge, N.C. State freshman, who scored 14 second-half points to rally the Wolfpack past Michigan State. Milestone Bob Huggins: The Cincinnati Bearcats' coach earned his 500th career victory in a 90-52 first-round win over Boston University. Conference records ACC 4-0 Big East 3-2 Big Ten 4-1 Big 12 3-2 C-USA 1-2 MVC 2-0 Pac-10 4-1 SEC 3-1 WAC 1-1 WCC 0-2
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June 13, 2004
Moves Baseball BLUE JAYS: Activated P Roy Halladay. Placed former Orioles P Kerry Ligtenberg on 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday, with left hip inflammation. INDIANS: Purchased contract of P Scott Elarton from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned OF Alex Escobar to Buffalo. ORIOLES: Signed P Bryce Chamberlin, 3B Robert Marconi and C Cody Wargo and assigned them to short-season Single-A Aberdeen. Signed C Juan Puente, SS Denver Kitch, 1B Ryan Finan, LHP Ryan Schwabe, LHP Zachary Minor and C Kevin Kotch and assigned them to Rookie-level Bluefield.
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March 29, 2010
This Final Four has something for everyone. Duke became the only No. 1 seed to reach Indianapolis by beating Baylor, 78-71, on Sunday. Coach K returns to the Final Four for the first time in six years. West Virginia's Bob Huggins hasn't been there since 1992 with Cincinnati. WVU was last there in 1959, led by Jerry West. But Butler has the nation captivated. With its campus just five miles from Lucas Oil Stadium and its gym the setting for "Hoosiers," why would you root against the Bulldogs?
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | February 6, 2008
COLLEGE PARK -- Gary Williams has never been big on reaching milestones. Round numbers, such as his impending 600th career victory, are not as relevant to the Maryland basketball coach as his players running the offense to perfection or bringing the same kind of passion to defense that Williams shows on the sideline. Maryland@Boston College Tonight, 7, ESPNU, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM Records: Maryland (14-8, 4-3 ACC); Boston College (12-8, 3-4 ACC) Line: Boston College by 1 Big winners Active coaches with 600 wins: Coach .....
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By NEWSDAY | February 3, 2000
Midway through the conference seasons and what do we have? A muddle? Maybe. Confusion? Could be. A free-for-all? Finally. What a difference a year makes. No heavyweight contender inspiring bracket-ducking (though look how things turned out for Duke). Cincinnati has dominated the rankings, sure, but the pessimism of coach Bob Huggins (who faults the Bearcats for inconsistency on defense and inexperience in the backcourt) finds its reflection in the widely held notion that Cincy can be had. By whom is another question.
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By Mike Lurie and Mike Lurie,Contributing Writer | May 16, 1993
WEST POINT, N.Y. -- The first quarter ended and Maryland led by three goals, prompting a feeling on the bench that things were going almost too well against Army.The Cadets agreed. They reversed the momentum yesterday with six straight second-quarter goals. With that edge, Army eased to a 15-11 victory in an NCAA Division I regional playoff at West Point's Michie Stadium.Both programs are now on a perilous course.As its reward for winning, 10th-ranked Army must travel to top-ranked North Carolina on Saturday for the quarterfinal.
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February 26, 2009
1 Huggy Bear: Bob Huggins returns to his old stomping grounds as West Virginia travels to Cincinnati (7 p.m., ESPN). So he'll be stomping on the sideline. 2 In the Zone: Harlem Globetrotter Hot Shot Branch will meet fans and answer questions at ESPN Zone from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event is free. 3 It could help: Terps fans: Root for Michigan to beat No. 16 Purdue (9 p.m., ESPN), thus making Maryland's December win over the Wolverines more impressive. You hope. 4 Defense optional: The Suns have scored 140 in three of five games since their coaching change.
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