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The third-seeded Wolverines overcome a 10-point deficit to oust the 11th-seeded Ramblers 69-57.
The former USC safety started at the bottom coaching youth football in Southern California.
The Huskies’ post has until April 10 to decide whether to turn professional.
The 21-year-old tailback and Lynnwood native is happy to pass along his knowledge in the locker room.
Johnson saw his minutes cut this season under coach Mike Hopkins, and Flynn was WSU’s No. 2 scorer.
Oklahoma’s Trae Young, Arizona’s Deandre Ayton and Duke’s Marvin Bagley III combine to make history
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Missouri’s Michael Porter Jr. says he is declaring for the NBA draft. The 6-foot-10 forward made the announcement on Instagram… Continue reading
UW has 14 defensive backs at the start of spring camp, including all four starters from last season
Charles Matthews scored 17 points as the Wolverines earn their first Final Four berth since 2013.
The Ramblers win 78-62 to match the lowest-seeded team ever to reach the Final Four.
The Huskies return a trio of starters and have a number of potential young standouts.
The Huskies’ coach refuted an ESPN report that he is a candidate for the job at Pittsburgh.
Playing without injured forward Killian Tillie, the Bulldogs lose to the Seminoles 75-60.
The charismatic redshirt freshman has upped his game in leading the Bulldogs to the Sweet 16.
7-footer Bryan Penn-Johnson is listed as the nation’s 7th-best center prospect according to 247 Sports.
The Huskies’ season ends at 21-13.
The Jackson Wolfpack fourth grade boys basketball team claimed a state championship by wining it’s division at the Washington Middle School Basketball Championship held over… Continue reading
Zach Norvell Jr. scores 28 points as the Bulldogs beat the Buckeyes 90-84 to advance.
The Retrievers win 74-54 to become the first 16-seed in NCAA Tournament history to beat a No. 1.