SPORTS

West Virginia Sports

Ohio Sports

Kentucky Sports

National Sports


SEC
XOS Digital Player




W E B C A M S
Huntington Web Cam
Huntington Charleston



National Sports News

MORE SPORTS NEWS

Ex-Bulls player pleads not guilty to sex abuse
Steelers sign K Suisham through 2018 season
Jaguars rookie WR Robinson sidelined by hamstring
Lions' Nick Fairley gets probation, fine for DUI
Georgia receiver Malcolm Mitchell hurts knee again
Barrow taking sabbatical from Miami
Thiem, Monaco reach semifinals in Kitzbuehel
England wins diving gold to increase medal lead
Ohio lawmaker proposes LeBron license plate
Teen weightlifter stripped of Commonwealth gold
Russia takes in Crimean clubs, Ukraine upset
Athlete tested for Ebola at Commonwealth Games
Dodgers beat Braves 2-1 on Kershaw's 9-hitter
Marte, Hill lift Diamondbacks past Pirates, 7-4
Catchings, Coleman lead Fever past Storm


NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP-UCONN
Connecticut's experience overcomes Kentucky freshmen in title game

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Monday, April 7, 2014 11:34 PM EDT
ARLINGTON, Texas


Connecticut's upperclassmen were too much for the kids of Kentucky.

Poised and experienced, UConn won its second national championship in four years, outlasting Kentucky and its stable of freshmen Monday night.

UConn dominated early, withstood a big charge late in the first half and made all the clutch plays down the stretch of a 60-54 victory that made Kevin Ollie the first coach since Michigan's Steve Fisher in 1989 to win a national title in his first NCAA tournament as coach.

Shabazz Napier, the dynamic senior point guard, led the way as he almost always does, finishing with 22 points, six rebounds and three assists to bookend his career with national titles.













PRIME PICKS

MASTERCHEF
Tonight at 8:00 PM

Top 12 Compete
The cooks prepare romantic dinners for couples celebrating anniversaries; Ramsay's wife joins him for dinner; the losing team create their own truffle recipes for a box of chocolates



Get 1/2 price gift certificates

Find us on Facebook

Advertisement