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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1999 -- HEY, BABY: LET'S DANCE
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  MEN'S NCAA TOURNAMENT
WORLDS CLASH IN FANS' HEADLINES
We invited you to tell us the headline you hope to see on The Enquirer's front page on Saturday morning after the Miami-Kentucky game, and many of you chose a "Wally's World" or "Wayne's World" theme. Some were clever; some were ... well, don't quit your day job. Anyway, we hope it was fun. Check 'em out here! And when the game starts, PARTY ON!
MIAMI Wins | KENTUCKY Wins
JIM BORGMAN CARTOON
Miami-Kentucky tipoff: 10:20 p.m. tonight

Miami
Miami 66,
Utah 58
MIAMI HAS A PLAN FOR UK
The conventional wisdom is UK will wear down the RedHawks. Wally Szczerbiak disagrees.
Scouting report: Wally can't do it alone
Notebook: Padgett wedded to Wally
'Wally's Words': Dealing with media a challenge
Coles' love conquers fear Tim Sullivan column
CBS caught up in Wallymania
Fans swarm St. Louis
Coles says game 'less important to him' than relationships

UK
Kentucky 92,
Kansas 88

TUBBY CAN TAKE THE HEAT
Tubby Smith's Wildcats lost eight games this season on the way to the Midwest Regional semifinals. If the fans are back on his bandwagon, it's only temporary.
Notebook: 3-point shooting stronger
Fans swarm St. Louis

OSU
OHIO STATE 72, AUBURN 64
Scoonie Penn scored 13 of his game-high 26 points in the final 10 minutes. Next: No. 3 seed St. John's.
The Scoonie and O'Brien Show Paul Daugherty column
  WOMEN'S NCAA TOURNAMENT
NKU
NKU LOSES IN FINAL FOUR
Arkansas Tech beat the Norse 62-57 Thursday night in the women's NCAA Division II semifinals.

women's final four
SWEET 16 MAY HOLD UPSETS
So far the tournament has held to form with the top 16 seeds advancing to the regional semifinals - including the Mideast at Shoemaker Center.
Mideast Regional Facts and Figures
 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT
XU
Season in stories
NEXT: CLEMSON MUSCLE
Harold Jamison, a 6-8 and 250-pound bruiser, outmuscled Butler for 26 points as Clemson advanced to the NIT semifinals with a 89-69 victory.
California rounds out field
  ON THE SIDELINES
UC
Season in stories
THEY'LL ALWAYS HAVE DUKE
Their epitaph will read, simply, “They beat Duke.” This is a pleasant distinction, but college basketball does not fondly remember the heroes of November.
UC must fill holes on perimeter

XU
HEARTBREAK HARD TO FORGET
A few players and coach Melanie Balcomb were in a Hartford, Conn., mall Monday when some University of Connecticut fans started applauding.

UC
WOMEN ONE AND OUT, TOO
For a while, the UC-Oregon first-round game had all the makings of a “Rocky” movie. But the 12th-seed Bearcats did not get their Hollywood ending,
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seniors
Spotlight on Seniors
Cincinnati, Miami, Kentucky will only go as far as their seniors will take them. Ditto the Xavier and UC women. Check out our features on these top players.
   

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