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The last time TCU’s basketball team made it to the NCAA men's tournament was when “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” was the country's No. 1 song and “Titanic” was breaking box office records.

Heck, most of its current players were barely born in 1998.


March Madness will dominate televisions. But not everyone's a fan of the organization that puts on the event.

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A University of Texas basketball team is making waves nationally — and it's not the one based in Austin. 


Update, 5:14 p.m.: Oklahoma State's star basketball player, Marcus Smart, has been suspended for three games after he shoved a fan Saturday night during an altercation at the end of a game against Texas Tech in Lubbock.

The university held a press conference late Sunday afternoon, and Marcus Smart spoke briefly. "I really apologize," Smart said. "This is not me."

Coach Travis Ford would not go into detail about the exchange Smart had with the Texas Tech fan that led to the run-in. "I think Marcus puts a lot of pressure on himself, and it's something we've worked on," Ford said.