Tuesday, November 20, 2018
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Wake Forest has all the right pieces

Sometimes the line between success and failure is barely visible. Be it a lack of execution when it counts, a poor officiating call, or...

Taya Reimer overseas diary: grinding both on and off the court

This past Saturday marked two months since I have been in Italy. We are now four games into a 22-game regular season (plus the...

Wolfpack will be challenged in replicating success

There may not be a program in the ACC that has defied expectations as consistently as North Carolina State has under coach Wes Moore. Last...

North Carolina: journeying back?

The past few seasons for North Carolina have been a long, straggling journey through tough times. Plagued by a rash of injuries at key positions,...

Big Ten will have a brand new look this season

The departure of the class of 2018 will reverberate throughout the college ranks this season, but perhaps nowhere more so than the Big Ten...

Big 12 season preview: A Texas battle once again likely

With the beginning of college basketball season just weeks away, here's how the Big 12 is shaping up: Baylor The 18-time and defending Big...

Tina Charles a quiet giant for the National Team

If any WNBA player embodies the adage, "speak softly, carry big stick," it is Tina Charles. The veteran center held the New York Liberty down...

MVP Breanna Stewart exceptional, with room to grow

About halfway through the season, the serenading chants for third-year Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart began. "MVP! MVP!" home crowd fans screamed at KeyArena. Then three...

‘Most Improved’ may be a misnomer for Storm’s Howard

On Tuesday, the Storm’s Natasha Howard was named the WNBA’s Most Improved Player by the Associated Press. She’s also certainly a top contender —...

Alyssa Thomas “just a normal person” running the Sun offense

“Our offense runs through her." Sun coach Curt Miller is not speaking about a guard, but about power forward Alyssa Thomas, Connecticut’s most essential player. "AT"...