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In case you missed any of it, here are some highlights from the week that was at

UK TOUGHENS UP IN BIG WIN OVER MIZZOU: From Lexington, Eric Crawford wrote that UK needs to forget about tournament resume and just worry about winning -- something it did well in its overtime win over Missouri. [Click here to read and watch]

HANCOCK TAKES TWO ALEVE, THEN LEAVES SETON HALL IN PAIN: Rick Bozich wrote about Louisville junior Luke Hancock, who was questionable with an injured shoulder, then turned in a perfect shooting performance in a win over Seton Hall. [Click here to read and watch]

BELLARMINE LOSES LATE LEAD TO FALL AT KWC: Turnovers and cold shooting late stopped the Knights short in a loss to Kentucky Wesleyan. [Click here to read]

WDRB FULL-COURT PREPS: WDRB Sports covers the District Tournament action. [Click here to watch]

BEHANAN IN RANGE OF DUNK RECORDS AT U OF L: Chane Behanan is becoming a modern-day Doctor of Dunk for the Cardinals. [Click here to read]

THE FACES CHANGE, BUT BELLARMINE REMAINS THE SAME: Eric Crawford on coach Scott Davenport's Knights, who lost two All-Americans but still rank in the Top 15 nationally in NCAA Division II. [Click here to read]

SOCCER STADIUM ADDS TO U OF L SPORTS CORRIDOR: Eric Crawford on the latest U of L athletic facility addition. [Click here to read, and view a photo gallery]

BOZICH ON THE CLINT HURTT SITUATION AT U OF L: Rick Bozich writes that Tom Jurich and Charlie Strong are staying "all in" with Hurtt as he works through the NCAA process. [Click here to read and watch]

WILDCATS DODGE(BALL) A BULLET, BEAT VANDY: John Calipari used a game of dodgeball to loosen up his team before a big home win over Vandy. Eric Crawford reported from Lexington. [Click here to read and watch]

CRAWFORD ON THE INNER WORKINGS OF NCAA ENFORCEMENT: A look behind the scenes of a couple of U of L enforcement cases sheds some light on the NCAA's recent struggles. [Click here to read]

HURTT RECEIVES NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS: U of L recruiting coordinator Clint Hurtt finally learned of the NCAA charges against him from his time as recruiting coordinator at Miami. [Click here to read and watch]

U OF L'S DIENG TALKS ABOUT HIS FUTURE, AND HIS SCORING: The U of L center reacts to Rick Pitino's assertions that it's time for him to go pro, and tells Eric Crawford the final missing piece of his game is producing some scoring. [Click here to read]

SPORTS PAGE LIVE CHAT REPLAY: IU's big win was the talk of the day with Eric Crawford and Steve Andress discussing all the local sports topics on the 30-minute weekly webcast. [Click here to watch]

OLADIPO LEADS HOOSIERS PAST MICHIGAN STATE: Reporting from East Lansing, Mich., Rick Bozich writes that Tom Izzo joined the Olidipo player-of-the-year bandwagon after IU's victory over the Spartans. [Click here to read and watch]

LAMB REMAINS AGGRESSIVE: The folks at took a look at our boss, Bill Lamb. [Click here to read]

CARDS EARN PASSING MARKS AT USF: U of L looked crisp on offense in handling hapless South Florida. Eric Crawford column [Click here to read]

IU POUNDS PURDUE: Rick Bozich and Steve Andress began the week in Bloomington watching Will Sheehey's perfect shooting performance against rival Purdue. [Click here to read and watch]

CRAWFORD: EXPECT CAL TO COACH THE UNCOACHABLE: No matter what he says in public, Eric Crawford expects John Calipari to pull out all the coaching stops down the stretch with his young Kentucky team. [Click here to read and watch]

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