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Cougars handle Chanticleers, give Cremins milestone win

There was very little pomp and ceremony associated with coach Bobby Cremins' 500th career college basketball victory, and he liked that. There was very little drama either, and he liked that even more. Cremins' College of Charleston Cougars made short work of Coastal Carolina, dispatching the Chanticleers, 73-58, on Wednesday night in what proved to be a a quiet, comfortable feel-good victory for the home team in front of a Carolina First Arena crowd of 3,724.

State Basketball

The Citadel hangs tough with No. 19 Michigan St.

EAST LANSING, MICH. â€" Michigan State was too strong at the beginning and end of Wednesday night's game, and the 19th-ranked Spartans held off a Citadel rally for a 79-65 victory at the Breslin Center. Raymar Morgan hit 11-of-12 shots and scored 26 points to lead Michigan State (7-2), which tuned up for a Top 25 college basketball showdown with No. 5 Texas on Saturday.

Advice from Testaverde helps Williams to breakout season

CHARLOTTE â€" The way DeAngelo Williams sees it, the credit for his breakout season with the Carolina Panthers goes to a 45-year-old guy in Florida.

Heels' Hansbrough on cusp of setting UNC scoring mark

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. â€" Tyler Hansbrough didn't seem fazed by all the questions about how close he is to breaking the career scoring record that has stood for 30 years at North Carolina. The prospect of giving a speech to the home fans to celebrate the moment, however, is another issue. "I'm going to have to plan something," Hansbrough said Wednesday. "It would be pretty bad if I didn't get the record (with) with all this anticipation."

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