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December 5, 2003
By the numbers48-9 Halftime score between No. 14 Oklahoma and Ar kansas-Pine Bluff on Tues day night. He said it "They are better than they think they are, and that's an unusual thing." Gene Keady, Purdue coach, on his Boilermakers, who upset then-No. 2 Duke, 78-68, in the Great Alaskan Shootout final
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By the numbers48-9 Halftime score between No. 14 Oklahoma and Ar kansas-Pine Bluff on Tues day night. He said it "They are better than they think they are, and that's an unusual thing." Gene Keady, Purdue coach, on his Boilermakers, who upset then-No. 2 Duke, 78-68, in the Great Alaskan Shootout final
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By Don Markus | July 27, 1991
University of Maryland guard Walt Williams, who began as one of the lesser-known players at tryouts for this year's Pan Am Games team, was one of 12 selected yesterday by U.S. head coach Gene Keady.Keady, who also coaches Purdue, said the 6-foot-8 senior from Temple Hills has a chance to start at either point guard or shooting guard when the competition begins in Havana next week. The United States will play the host team in the opening round."He's certainly going to play a lot," Keady said from West Lafayette, Ind., where the team was to practice last night before leaving today for Orlando, Fla. "A lot depends on how he does the next few days.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | March 20, 1999
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It had been an NCAA tournament of mixed emotions for Temple guard Mark Karcher. He was happy that the Owls had advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1993, but Temple's top scorer wasn't pleased with an offensive production that had totaled just 11 points in two games.Well, the St. Frances graduate's offense arrived at a big time last night. Karcher scored 21 points -- 16 in the first half -- as the sixth-seeded Owls defeated No. 10 seed Purdue, 77-55, to advance to tomorrow's East Regional final against top-seeded Duke, which beat Southwest Missouri State, 78-61, in the other semifinal.
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By Christian Ewell | March 9, 1998
Going to San Antonio: Kansas has been a top seed twice and a No. 2 once but has been stopped short of the Final Four in each of the past three seasons. But most of the competition here is shaky, and the Jayhawks haven't lost since Jan. 19.Team on the rise: Prairie View A&M, obviously. Three of the Panthers' 13 wins came in the Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament. Team on the decline: Florida State beat UConn, beat Arizona and nearly beat Kansas during the first two months of the season.
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By Phil Jackman | August 6, 1991
After watching the Pan American Games the last few days on television (ABC and TNT), these reflections:* One of these years -- hopefully, next year when Chuck Daly has the Olympians -- the coaches who handle our national teams will get around to fully understanding the international game. Gene Keady (Purdue) is just the latest in a long line of collegiate mentors who grossly neglect the perimeter game.Any suggestion that Uncle Sam's hoop representatives are hell-bent on atoning for the U.S. losing the gold medal to Brazil in '87 is hogwash.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | March 20, 1999
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It had been an NCAA tournament of mixed emotions for Temple guard Mark Karcher. He was happy that the Owls had advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1993, but Temple's top scorer wasn't pleased with an offensive production that had totaled just 11 points in two games.Well, the St. Frances graduate's offense arrived at a big time last night. Karcher scored 21 points -- 16 in the first half -- as the sixth-seeded Owls defeated No. 10 seed Purdue, 77-55, to advance to tomorrow's East Regional final against top-seeded Duke, which beat Southwest Missouri State, 78-61, in the other semifinal.
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By Phil Jackman | February 19, 1993
The challenge the best boxer around today, Julio Cesar Chavez, is taking on tomorrow (9 p.m.) at the top of the Grand ZTC Slam of Boxing show on pay-per-view is not the fists of Greg Haugen -- after all, Chavez is a 25-1 favorite -- but the claim he can fill the arena.Pshaw, you say, why wouldn't four champions putting their titles the line on one show be able to create an SRO situation? Mainly because the fight site is Mexico City and the "arena" is Estadio Azteca, seating capacity 120,000.
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February 16, 2004
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August 17, 2010
UCLA, Tennessee, Villanova and Wake Forest will be regional hosts for the 16-team NIT Season Tip-Off tournament in November, it was announced Monday. UCLA plays Pepperdine, and Nevada plays Pacific in the West Regional. The North Regional will take place at Villanova, where the Wildcats will host Marist College and George Washington will face Boston University. The South Regional will be at Tennessee, where the Volunteers will play Belmont and Missouri State plays Arkansas State.
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By Christian Ewell | March 9, 1998
Going to San Antonio: Kansas has been a top seed twice and a No. 2 once but has been stopped short of the Final Four in each of the past three seasons. But most of the competition here is shaky, and the Jayhawks haven't lost since Jan. 19.Team on the rise: Prairie View A&M, obviously. Three of the Panthers' 13 wins came in the Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament. Team on the decline: Florida State beat UConn, beat Arizona and nearly beat Kansas during the first two months of the season.
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By Phil Jackman | February 19, 1993
The challenge the best boxer around today, Julio Cesar Chavez, is taking on tomorrow (9 p.m.) at the top of the Grand ZTC Slam of Boxing show on pay-per-view is not the fists of Greg Haugen -- after all, Chavez is a 25-1 favorite -- but the claim he can fill the arena.Pshaw, you say, why wouldn't four champions putting their titles the line on one show be able to create an SRO situation? Mainly because the fight site is Mexico City and the "arena" is Estadio Azteca, seating capacity 120,000.
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By Phil Jackman | August 6, 1991
After watching the Pan American Games the last few days on television (ABC and TNT), these reflections:* One of these years -- hopefully, next year when Chuck Daly has the Olympians -- the coaches who handle our national teams will get around to fully understanding the international game. Gene Keady (Purdue) is just the latest in a long line of collegiate mentors who grossly neglect the perimeter game.Any suggestion that Uncle Sam's hoop representatives are hell-bent on atoning for the U.S. losing the gold medal to Brazil in '87 is hogwash.
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By Don Markus | July 27, 1991
University of Maryland guard Walt Williams, who began as one of the lesser-known players at tryouts for this year's Pan Am Games team, was one of 12 selected yesterday by U.S. head coach Gene Keady.Keady, who also coaches Purdue, said the 6-foot-8 senior from Temple Hills has a chance to start at either point guard or shooting guard when the competition begins in Havana next week. The United States will play the host team in the opening round."He's certainly going to play a lot," Keady said from West Lafayette, Ind., where the team was to practice last night before leaving today for Orlando, Fla. "A lot depends on how he does the next few days.
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February 26, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Agreed to $400,000, one-year contract with OF Jose Cruz. Agreed to one-year deal with C Kevin Brown.Marlins: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Antonio Alfonseca, P A. J. Burnett, P Vic Darensbourg and C Mike Redmond.Padres: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Domingo Guzman, P Rodrigo Lopez, P Jim Sak, P Bryan Wolff, IF Cesarin Carmona, IF Juan Melo, OF Mike Darr, OF Gary Matthews Jr., OF Pete Tucci and C Ben Davis.Reds: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Manuel Barrios, P Rob Bell, P Scott Sullivan and P Gabe White.
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April 30, 1991
Walt Williams, starting point guard and leading scorer for the University of Maryland this past season, has been named one of 17 finalists for the 12-member U.S. National team that will compete in the 1991 Pan American Games, Aug. 3-17 in Havana, Cuba.Williams survived tryouts involving 38 players this past weekend at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, and the finalists will move to a mini-camp at Purdue University on June 15. The team will be reduced to 12 members then.The 6-foot-8 Williams, who will be a senior next season, averaged 18.7 points, five rebounds and five assists in 17 games.
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