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Sophie Brunner had 16 points and scored the go-ahead basket with less than a minute left, helping Arizona State rally from a 16-point deficit to beat Arkansas-Little Rock 57-54 Monday night in the Greensboro Region of the NCAA Tournament. No. 3 seed Arizona State labored against UALR's defensive pressure most of the night before getting the ball inside in the second half. Comment?
Tiffany Mitchell and Alaina Coates each scored 14 points and No. 1 seed South Carolina built a big first-half lead and cruised to its third Sweet 16 in four years with a 97-68 NCAA Tournament victory over Syracuse on Sunday night. Comment?
A sick Kennedy Meeks won't play Wednesday for UNC, and coach Roy Williams says "we'll have to wait and see after that." Williams said Meeks had a fever, didn't practice Monday and would not participate in Tuesday morning's session before the Tar Heels head to Greensboro, North Carolina, for the tournament. Comment?
The International Olympic Committee has corrected the standings of the competition to show the American sibling team of Vivian Joseph and Ronald Joseph as the bronze medalists. In 1966, the IOC awarded the Josephs the bronze medal after declaring the West German pair Marika Kilius and Hans-Jurgen Baumler had violated their amateur status by signing a professional contract. Comment?
Syracuse linebacker Cameron Lynch has never been shy around the camera, so he decided to make something of his talents this season. Lynch began interviewing teammates and called his video creation "Cam's Cam," posted weekly on the Syracuse athletics website, his way of showcasing the personalities he has come to know and love during his time with the Orange. Comment?
Syracuse coach Scott Shafer has never been the type of guy to hold back. He says how he feels, and, sometimes emotions get the best of him. Comment?
In the ACC this weekend, Raleigh is the place to be. Having already made a splash with in-state prospects two weeks ago against Florida State, the Wolfpack will again play host to a number of key targets over the weekend as Dave Doeren and staff try to close in on a number of commitments that could play a vital role in turning the corner. Comment?
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