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Cahill, Buss Lead Indiana in 4OT Thriller

By Jerome Bingham

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS – The game was over, and then it wasn’t. Tyra Buss, the greatest scorer in Indiana women’s basketball history, had held her head in her hands after an apparent overtime loss to Michigan State. “I thought we had lost,” she said. But the officials ruled that the […]

So close to perfection, Wisconsin’s championship hopes end

By Mark Alewine (MR_Alewine)

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS— Troy Fumagalli and the Wisconsin seniors have been here before.

Watching the confetti cover the turf at Lucas Oil Stadium. Filing into the tunnel with the deafening cheers behind them.

O! H! I! O!

It’s been three years since Wisconsin lost to Ohio State, 59-0, in […]

Weekly Roundup: Oct 17-23

Dan Wolken of USA Today wrote that if Jim Harbaugh fails to achieve his lofty expectations at Michigan, it will have more to do with the university than Harbaugh.

Ronald Blum of the Associated Press told the story of Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill and his journey to the World Series.

Tyler Kepner of […]

Weekly Roundup: Oct 10-16

Peter Gammons of The Athletic chronicles the incredible game three between the Astros and Red Sox in the American League Division Series.

Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated detailed Justin Verlander’s embrace of the Astros analytical approach and his dominant play since joining the club this season.

Baxter Holmes of ESPN the Magazine tells the story […]

Weekly Roundup: August 29- Sept. 4

Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic gives a first hand account of Appalachian State’s shocking win over Michigan 10 years ago.

Sam Miller of ESPN tells the story of what happened to Barry Bonds final home run ball, no. 762.

Mina Kimes of ESPN profiles Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his journey to find […]