There's not much movement at the top of the rankings this season.
Disputes. Drama. An injury to Kyle Busch and the suspension of his older brother, Kurt. NASCAR needed a drama-free Daytona 500, and "The Great American Race" provided.
A former shoe salesman now finds himself preparing for the Masters.
The Columbia College women's basketball team played strong offense and defense against Missouri Baptist University. The Cougars won 56-45.
Top-ranked Kentucky manhandled Auburn at the start, shook off an early second-half lull and closed with a flourish that threatened a couple of milestones before the Wildcats matched the program's longest winning streak.
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Jameel McKay led the Cyclones with career highs in 17 points and 14 rebounds.
In the team's first match as ACC foes, Syracuse pulled off the upset.
In a thriller befitting college basketball's most intense rivalry, the Blue Devils (23-3, 10-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) let an early 13-point lead slip away and trailed by 10 with less than four minutes left in regulation before rallying for their sixth straight win this season and their ninth in 12 meetings in the series.
Bill Donovan is one win away from 500 on his career after the victory.
Maria del mar Guzman Franco makes her way to Columbia College from Arizona Western College.
Kentucky is 26-0 for the first time, though the Wildcats finished the 1953-54 season with a 25-0 mark.
South Carolina (13-12, 4-9 Southeastern Conference) took its big lead at 34-13 and led 41-23 at halftime. The Gamecocks needed a strong finish to complete the season sweep of the Bulldogs, who never led.
The Wildcats are three weeks away from going wire to wire as the top-ranked team.
Staten finished with 20 points to give the Mountaineers (20-6, 8-5 Big 12) their first 20-win season in four years.
Tarkanian, credited with elevating Las Vegas to the national stage for college basketball, died Feb. 11 at age 84. His family hosted a private funeral service Monday at Our Lady of Las Vegas.
UCLA was not alone in drawing on a power surge that jolted college baseball during the season's opening weekend. Weather and pitching, of course, are important variables, but the new flat-seam ball appears to be doing what was intended in a sport starved for offense.
No. 12 Columbia College shot 61 percent from the floor in a 98-52 win against St. Louis College of Pharmacy of Eutectics on Saturday.
Willie Cauley-Stein had 14 points and seven rebounds, Aaron Harrison added 11 and Kentucky never had a problem in tying the 1953-54 Wildcats. That squad finished 25-0 with a team that featured future Naismith Hall of Famers Cliff Hagan and Frank Ramsey, then declined an NCAA tournament bid. A year earlier, Kentucky had been under suspension by the NCAA and canceled its season.
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