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The Courier-Journal | It takes two  Read the Story
Louisville freshman guard Terry Rozier has proven to be a valuable member of the rotation for a team looking to repeat as national champions this season. But his path to Louisville wasn’t traveled alone, with his mother and grandmother working hard to make sure that he remained on the right path. Learn why leaving his hometown of Youngstown, Ohio changed his life.

The State | A steady rise to the top  Read the Story
As happy and as proud as she was, Dawn Staley made sure to point it out after clinching a share of the SEC regular-season championship. It wasn’t just for the 2013-14 team, it was for the five that came before it, the foundation-layers and builders who got South Carolina to this point. Staley never has forgotten how hard it was to get here.

The Oregonian | Oregon's rotation begins to take shape  Read the Story
Less than 24 hours after Jeff Gold picked up the win in Oregon's 8-2 thumping of Portland, Oregon coach George Horton stressed the senior didn’t lose a spot in the starting rotation.  Neither did Jordan Spencer. He made sure everyone knew Porter Clayton won the Sunday starting spot – for now.




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