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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 23, 2000
Who is to blame for Georgia Tech's downfall? Yellow Jackets coach Bobby Cremins has taken full responsibility, announcing Friday that he will resign at the end of the season. But others have argued another side. "I feel for Bobby," said Tech assistant Mark Price, who was a starting point guard for Cremins in the mid-1980s. "In some ways, he's a victim of his own success. There were no expectations for this program before Bobby Cremins, but he set a pretty high standard. Now that we've had a couple of years below that, everyone is unhappy.
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January 5, 2010
Bobby Cremins isn't even sure how his College of Charleston team managed this upset. "Going on a 12-1 run with four minutes to go against North Carolina, usually that's lights out," Cremins said. "So I've got to watch the tape tonight to figure out what happened." North Carolina won't want to be reminded. The ninth-ranked Tar Heels (11-4) squandered an 11-point lead down the stretch and lost 82-79 in overtime to the Cougars on Monday night in Charleston, S.C. Charleston's Andrew Goudelock scored the last eight points in regulation, including the tying 3-pointer from about 28 feet over 6-foot-10 Ed Davis with two seconds left.
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January 5, 2010
Bobby Cremins isn't even sure how his College of Charleston team managed this upset. "Going on a 12-1 run with four minutes to go against North Carolina, usually that's lights out," Cremins said. "So I've got to watch the tape tonight to figure out what happened." North Carolina won't want to be reminded. The ninth-ranked Tar Heels (11-4) squandered an 11-point lead down the stretch and lost 82-79 in overtime to the Cougars on Monday night in Charleston, S.C. Charleston's Andrew Goudelock scored the last eight points in regulation, including the tying 3-pointer from about 28 feet over 6-foot-10 Ed Davis with two seconds left.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,sun reporter | August 31, 2006
The 2005-06 Florida State basketball media guide includes a photo of two coaches who have taken time off from the game. Leonard Hamilton, who squirmed through an idle year after losing the Washington Wizards' job in 2001, is in command as he dissects a Seminoles win. The man holding the microphone looks forlorn, seeming to yearn for a team of his own to talk about. Bobby Cremins, who left Georgia Tech with a textbook case of burnout and spent six seasons doing television commentary, finally got his wish last month, when he was hired by the College of Charleston.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1995
For one of the few times in his life, Tom Sullivan was not involved in basketball last season. Instead, the former Fordham star, Division II head coach and Seton Hall assistant spent four months with his father, Raymond, who had cancer.Sullivan returned to the game yesterday when he was introduced as UMBC's new men's basketball coach.His father was not there. He died in December at 78."One of my regrets is that he's not around to see me take this job," Sullivan, 44, said. "He was interested in me getting back into basketball, and I told him I would."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,sun reporter | August 31, 2006
The 2005-06 Florida State basketball media guide includes a photo of two coaches who have taken time off from the game. Leonard Hamilton, who squirmed through an idle year after losing the Washington Wizards' job in 2001, is in command as he dissects a Seminoles win. The man holding the microphone looks forlorn, seeming to yearn for a team of his own to talk about. Bobby Cremins, who left Georgia Tech with a textbook case of burnout and spent six seasons doing television commentary, finally got his wish last month, when he was hired by the College of Charleston.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 21, 1993
As members of Severna Park's 8-to-10 Green Hornets' basketball team, Norman Nolan and Steve Wojciechowski withstood the pressures of opposing defenses, once earning co-MVP honors.Seven years later, the two are helping each other face the pressures of deciding which Division I programs are best for them.They are 17-year-old seniors at different high schools. Nolan is a 6-foot-8, two-time All-Metro center at Dunbar, and Wojciechowski is a 5-11 guard at Gibbons. They are the area's top prospects with a combined 11 of the nation's top basketball programs courting them.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | March 14, 1993
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The lights went out at the Charlotte Coliseum early in the second half of yesterday's opening Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal between top-ranked, top-seeded North Carolina and fifth-seeded Virginia.When they came back on nearly an half and hour later, it was the Cavaliers who went out. Out of sync. Out of contention. And, finally, out of the tournament, the result of a 74-56 victory for the Tar Heels.Leading by only four points, 43-39, with 16:36 remaining when the building went dark, North Carolina (28-3)
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By Ken Rosenthal | November 13, 1998
At 53, he is growing philosophical. Gary Williams has never been to the Final Four, and might never get there. What do you expect him to say, that his life has no meaning?This is his 10th season at Maryland. Ten years, twice as long as many anticipated. Ten years of excitement. Ten years of triumph. Ten years of revival.But no Final Fours.Fairly or not, that's how college basketball coaches are measured these days. Williams is a good coach, admired and respected. But true reverence is assured for only those who play on the final Saturday of the season.
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By Phil Jackman | February 5, 1993
Reports out of New York indicate that despite this high-profile shot to a spectacularly troubled ring career, not to mention the money ($750,000), Michael Dokes doesn't appear to have done anything extra to prepare for his heavyweight title shot against Riddick Bowe on HBO tomorrow (9:30 p.m.).Of course, if the man who once lived up to the nickname "Dynamite" bothered to get rid of the spare tire, sharpened his skills and refrained from swilling beer and eating popcorn at a Knicks game (Tuesday)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 23, 2000
Who is to blame for Georgia Tech's downfall? Yellow Jackets coach Bobby Cremins has taken full responsibility, announcing Friday that he will resign at the end of the season. But others have argued another side. "I feel for Bobby," said Tech assistant Mark Price, who was a starting point guard for Cremins in the mid-1980s. "In some ways, he's a victim of his own success. There were no expectations for this program before Bobby Cremins, but he set a pretty high standard. Now that we've had a couple of years below that, everyone is unhappy.
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By Ken Rosenthal | November 13, 1998
At 53, he is growing philosophical. Gary Williams has never been to the Final Four, and might never get there. What do you expect him to say, that his life has no meaning?This is his 10th season at Maryland. Ten years, twice as long as many anticipated. Ten years of excitement. Ten years of triumph. Ten years of revival.But no Final Fours.Fairly or not, that's how college basketball coaches are measured these days. Williams is a good coach, admired and respected. But true reverence is assured for only those who play on the final Saturday of the season.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | April 15, 1995
For one of the few times in his life, Tom Sullivan was not involved in basketball last season. Instead, the former Fordham star, Division II head coach and Seton Hall assistant spent four months with his father, Raymond, who had cancer.Sullivan returned to the game yesterday when he was introduced as UMBC's new men's basketball coach.His father was not there. He died in December at 78."One of my regrets is that he's not around to see me take this job," Sullivan, 44, said. "He was interested in me getting back into basketball, and I told him I would."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | September 21, 1993
As members of Severna Park's 8-to-10 Green Hornets' basketball team, Norman Nolan and Steve Wojciechowski withstood the pressures of opposing defenses, once earning co-MVP honors.Seven years later, the two are helping each other face the pressures of deciding which Division I programs are best for them.They are 17-year-old seniors at different high schools. Nolan is a 6-foot-8, two-time All-Metro center at Dunbar, and Wojciechowski is a 5-11 guard at Gibbons. They are the area's top prospects with a combined 11 of the nation's top basketball programs courting them.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | March 14, 1993
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The lights went out at the Charlotte Coliseum early in the second half of yesterday's opening Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal between top-ranked, top-seeded North Carolina and fifth-seeded Virginia.When they came back on nearly an half and hour later, it was the Cavaliers who went out. Out of sync. Out of contention. And, finally, out of the tournament, the result of a 74-56 victory for the Tar Heels.Leading by only four points, 43-39, with 16:36 remaining when the building went dark, North Carolina (28-3)
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By Phil Jackman | February 5, 1993
Reports out of New York indicate that despite this high-profile shot to a spectacularly troubled ring career, not to mention the money ($750,000), Michael Dokes doesn't appear to have done anything extra to prepare for his heavyweight title shot against Riddick Bowe on HBO tomorrow (9:30 p.m.).Of course, if the man who once lived up to the nickname "Dynamite" bothered to get rid of the spare tire, sharpened his skills and refrained from swilling beer and eating popcorn at a Knicks game (Tuesday)
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By BILL FREE | February 19, 1999
The week in reviewResultsWon at home over North Carolina, 81-64, SaturdayWho's hotSteve Francis did everything but hand out Valentine's Day cards Saturday in a 22-point performance against the Tar Heels. He hit eight of 12 from the field, including 4-for-6 from three-point range, had five steals, three assists and three rebounds.Who's notTerrell Stokes had nine assists and shut down Ed Cota against Carolina, but had another scoreless game. The senior has gone scoreless in six games this season.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2012
The Comcast Center basketball floor will feature not one, but two markings proclaiming it as "Gary Williams Court. " One of the markings -- with the former coach's signature in black, and "court" in red, block letters -- will appear near the visiting team bench. The other one will appear in the opposite corner -- across from the home-team bench. The two "Comcast" logos will remain in their usual spots on the floor. The new designs will be unveiled about 15 minutes before the start of Wednesday night's Duke-Maryland game, which begins at 9:00.
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