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Coaching Through Crisis: How Teams Get Through Rough Spots

In Sunday night's NCAA men's basketball tournament, Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered a gruesome injury. Coach Rick Pitino rallied the team and led them to a victory over Duke. When accidents like this happen, coaches are tasked with rallying team members and keeping them focused.
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Viewer Discretion: Deciding When To Look Away

Decisions like whether to watch a grisly injury on replay underscore the fact that with less gatekeeping and more personal choice, we're all stuck with wrangling our own curiosity.
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Louisville Player's Surgery A Success; Leg Break Shouldn't End His Career

Kevin Ware's injury may be the most talked-about story from the weekend's games, but there was other big news. On the women's side, Louisville shocked No. 1-ranked Baylor, knocking out the defending champions. On the men's side, Wichita State continues its surprising run.
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MLB Pitchers Are Giving Radar Guns A Workout

Steve Inskeep talks to Matthew Futterman of The Wall Street Journal about his story on high octane pitchers, and how more Major League Baseball pitchers are throwing at faster speeds than ever before.
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NCAA Men's Men's Basketball Tourney Down To 4

Top overall seed Louisville will face Wichita State at the Georgia Dome next Saturday, while Michigan takes on Syracuse in the other national semifinal. The winners advance to the April 8 championship.
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Two Of Four: Syracuse, Wichita State Headed To Atlanta

In a surprising upset, No.9-seeded Wichita State defeated No. 2 Ohio State 70-66 to cement their place in the Final Four tournament in Atlanta. Earlier in the day, Syracuse dominated Marquette 55-39.

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