Barry Brown scored 18 points and Mike McGuirl added 17 more off the bench as the Kansas State Wildcats defeated the Creighton Bluejays 69-59 in the first round of the 2018 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament in Charlotte, North Carolina.
KSU held Creighton to just 33.8 percent shooting from the field. Bluejays guard Marcus Foster, who averaged 20.3 points per game this year and was awarded Big East first-team honors in the past two seasons, managed just five points on 2-of-11 shooting.
The story of the game was McGuirl, who scored four more points in this game than he did for his entir...more
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FN’s 2017 Launch of Year winner Alexa Chung is continuing to make moves in 2018 with a capsule sneaker collection with Superga.
Celebrating with a cocktail party at The Butcher’s Daughter in Venice, Calif., last night, the founder of her eponymous label, Alexachung, showed off an exclusive range of kicks in collaboration with the iconic Italian shoe brand.
The designer posing in front of shoe display.
Chung added her own take on the classic Superga 2750, mid-cut and mule silhouettes with a combination of statement fabrics, from varnish, satin, and cotton coming in shades of pink, o...more
Milos Raonic might not feel as if he's playing 100 per cent like his old self, but, early into his comeback season, the Canadian has already returned to familiar territory on the ATP World Tour.
The 2016 Indian Wells finalist (l. to Djokovic) reached his third BNP Paribas Open semi-final (2015) on Friday, beating Sam Querrey of the U.S. for the third consecutive time in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series 7-5, 2-6, 6-3. The 6'5” right-hander is into his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 semi-final in 17 months (2016 Paris). Raonic will next meet the winner of Friday's second quarter-final, ...more
Although Thursday's action set the bar high, the first round of the 2018 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament continued Friday with 16 more exciting games.
Loyola-Chicago and Buffalo busted plenty of brackets already, and there could be even more devastation on Day 2 of the round of 64. No. 1 seeds Virginia and Xavier will kick off their tournament runs, while popular title picks like Michigan State and North Carolina will try to avoid early disaster.
Here is a breakdown of each first-round battle as it happens, along with an updated bracket to follow along with March Madness....more