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“You look at Maryland as a 5 seed and Arizona as a 6 seed. That was shocking. Cal (4 seed) has as many good, young players as anybody in the country, without question. I was surprised Villanova was a 2 seed in our region.
Sophomore Josh Robinson moved from shooting guard to point guard, and that allowed Loos to insert freshman Jared Savage into the starting lineup. Savage, who started the final six games of the season — including the four OVC tourney victories in four days that helped Austin Peay earn a No. 16 seed — is an electric 6-foot-5, 195-pound guard who can both shoot from the outside (34 percent) and attack off the dribble (16.7 ppg).
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"We need a huge year out of him," head coach Ritch Price said. "He is coming back as the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and did so well in conference play last season. I couldn't be more proud of him. He was awesome against then-No. 5 Oregon State and he was awesome again Friday night. He is rounding into the shape we need when we hand him the ball. He has to give us a chance to win. We trust we get his best effort every time we hand him the ball."
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For the fifth consecutive year Louisville is college basketball’s most valuable team, and for the third year straight Kansas and Kentucky take second and third, respectively.
After a full regular season and body of work to look back on, there is no other choice as the best team in the country than Kansas.
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B.J. Raji, a first-round pick in 2009, says he's walking away from the Packers.
The Broncos looked like the easy favorite to land Brock Osweiler until the Houston Texans swooped in.