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Jon Teitel's "Coaching Greats": Prairie View A&M's Elwood Plummer

July 14th, 2012
Elwood Plummer led PVUAM to the 1998 NCAA tournament

As part of his "Coaching Greats" interview series, CHN writer Jon Teitel recently caught up with former Prairie View A&M head coach Elwood Plummer. Plummer's teams went through some rough times but did manage to earn the school's first-ever NCAA appearance in 1998. 

Jon Teitel: In the early 1960s you were a two-time all-conference player at San Antonio College. Why did you decide to attend San Antonio, and how good a player were you back then?

Wild Comebacks Kick Off the NCAA Tournament

March 14th, 2012
BYU trailed by as many as 25 points

For all the talk about how unwatchable the First Four games in Dayton would be, how it's not "part of the tournament', Tuesday turned out to be an exciting and historical day. Both games featured thrilling comebacks, with Western Kentucky and BYU now headed to Louisville for games against Kentucky and Marquette respectively. In attendance for some of the action were President Barack Obama and David Cameron, who as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was the president's guest in Dayton.

Western Kentucky vs MVSU: First Four Prediction

March 12th, 2012
MVSU

(16) Western Kentucky vs. (16) Mississippi Valley State: South Region

 

Records

Thursday's Conference Tournament Primer

March 8th, 2012
Royce White and the Cyclones had reason to celebrate

Big 12 - Quarterfinals
#4 Baylor vs. #5 Kansas State, 12:30 p.m. (ESPN2)
#1 Kansas vs. #9 Texas A&M, 3:00 p.m. (ESPN2)
#2 Missouri vs. #7 Oklahoma State, 7:00 p.m. (Big 12 Network)
#3 Iowa State vs. #6 Texas, 9:30 p.m. (Big 12 Network)

Montana Wins Big Sky Title: Wednesday's Quick Hitters

March 8th, 2012
Will Cherry and the Grizzles pulled away in the 2nd half

UConn and USF were the big winners on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden, while West Virginia and Seton Hall now await their NCAA tournament fate.

Wednesday's Conference Tournament Primer

March 7th, 2012
West Virginia forward Kevin Jones

Day two of the Big East Championship features four teams looking to improve their chances of reaching the NCAA tournament, with the biggest game of the day being the first. Nine-seed Connecticut, who opener their tournament with an 81-67 win over DePaul on Tuesday, takes on eight-seed West Virginia with the winner likely locking up a tournament berth. These two teams met once during the regular season, a 64-57 UConn victory at the XL Center on January 9th, and with so much change over the nearly two months since that game there may not be a whole lot to take from it.