Tuesday Bucky Newsstand

Tuesday's Bucky Newsstand, with coverage of UW sports from outside sources

The Capital Times

UW men's hockey: Earning top seed nice, but ultimate goal is national title

Mike Lucas: No joy in Big Ten -- the mighty league struck out

Wisconsin State Journal

UW women's basketball: Waterford's D'Alie commits

Prep boys basketball: Gavinski, Nankivil, Kieler reap all-state honors

UW notes: Facing Internet reality

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Leaving already?

Waterford guard picks UW

MU 69, Iowa State 63

Big Ten already finished

Smith earns top honor

Badger Herald

Men's Soccer: UW opens spring with trip to nation's capital

Men's Basketball: Big Ten absent from Sweet Sixteen for 1st time in decade

Daily Cardinal

UW learning curve

The Big Ten not so mighty in 'big dance'

Wisconsin volleyball enjoys spring break, exhibition competition in Hawaii

Minnesota Daily

With Elliott solid in net, Badgers again a threat

Title run travels through East Coast

St. Paul Pioneer Press

Bearcats deal with adversity


U scorers concern Holy Cross

Minneapolis Star Tribune

Gophers men's game day

Men's basketball: Stamper's effort, rebounding add depth to Gophers

With Wolves' help, U fans can see regional

Iowa City Press-Citizen

Future bright for Iowa women

Alford's silence speaks volumes

Chicago Tribune

Irish fall in NIT thriller

Illini look to future without Brown, Augustine

Rockford Register Star

Illini not elite; no one in Big Ten is

Indianapolis Star

Valentin sparks Hoosiers' win

Boilers like Lawless' resurgence

Turnover of Tiller's staff continues

Lafayette Journal and Courier

Post play pivotal for Boilers

Texas Tech interested in Curry

Columbus Dispatch

Matta will build on blueprint

ESPN the favorite to retain Big Ten's TV package

Within reach

Buckeyes hope to leave Eagles black and blue

OSU preview: Boston College

Rob Oller commentary: Sure, the dunk adds spunk, but in truth, it's just junk

Lansing State Journal

Sweet repeat: Defense helps MSU turn back Kentucky, return to Sweet Sixteen

MSU-Kentucky notebook: Injured pair remain positive

Detroit Free Press

MICHIGAN 87, NOTRE DAME 84: U-M tops Irish in 2 OT

MSU 67, KENTUCKY 63: MSU headed back to Sweet 16

MSU NOTEBOOK: Hall plays big in win over Kentucky

Grand Forks Herald

RYAN BAKKEN COLUMN : UND, NDSU so what's the big difference?

Duluth News Tribune

Wauwatosa East's Smith wins AP Player of the Year

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