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Curry takes command to thwart Cougars' late rally

Davidson's still the king. The College of Charleston gave the Wildcats a battle Monday night in front of a rowdy crowd of 5,368 at Carolina First Arena, but Davidson prevailed 79-75, thanks once again to the heroics of All-America guard Stephen Curry. Curry scored 29 points to go with nine assists, seven rebounds and three steals and took command of the game late when the outcome was in doubt.

Wade holding his own for the Tigers

Jacksonville, Fla. â€" It happens so fast and so often that you consider it automatic. The snap, the hold, the kick, it's good!

Tigers focus on pace

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. â€" Clemson had a "crisp" workout during Monday morning's 90-minute practice at Jacksonville University.

Hokies survive scare from Bucs

What a difference a year makes for the Charleston Southern men's basketball team.

Not just any another game

COLUMBIA â€" South Carolina guard Devan Downey obviously doesn't get this rivalry thing with Clemson.

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