Nancy Armour, Chicago Sun-Times

Nancy Armour

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Recent articles by Nancy:

Experience gives North Carolina edge over Final Four foes

While the Ducks, Bulldogs and Gamecocks all stumble around the Final Four wilderness, North Carolina could tell you the lay of the land blindfolded. → Read More

Final Four: North Carolina gets to act like it has been there before

The Tar Heels will be joined by two debutantes and a team that hasn't been since 1939. → Read More

Warrior Joel Berry II played with two sprained ankles, and now UNC is Final Four bound

"He’s a little tough nut," Tar Heels coach Roy Williams said of his point guard. → Read More

No. 1 North Carolina clips No. 2 Kentucky on last-second shot to reach the Final Four

The battle between two of the sport's bluebloods went down to the wire. → Read More

North Carolina has unfinished business at Final Four after wild Kentucky win

Motivation from last year's title game loss to Villanova means North Carolina will enter the Final Four with unfinished business after its thrilling defeat of Kentucky in the South Region semifinal. → Read More

NCAA tournament Elite 8 preview: No. 1 North Carolina vs. No. 2 Kentucky

The Wildcats and Tar Heels met in the regular season, but things are much different now. → Read More

Kris Jenkins joins North Carolina's title run after beating them last year

Villanova guard Kris Jenkins beat North Carolina with a three-pointer at the buzzer in last year's national title game. Now he is a cheerleader for the Tar Heels in support of his brother Nate Britt. → Read More

Nerves? What nerves? Kentucky, North Carolina let loose before Elite Eight

North Carolina and Kentucky playing for second time this year, trip to Final Four on line. → Read More

Lonzo Ball says he's played his last game for UCLA; NBA is next

Not a surprise, though he goes out with a big loss to Kentucky in the Sweet 16. → Read More

No. 2 Kentucky knocks out No. 3 UCLA in battle of freshmen to reach Elite 8

In a battle of the bluebloods, De'Aaron Fox had a freshman record 39 points. → Read More

No way De'Aaron Fox wasn't going to let Kentucky lose to UCLA

The Wildcats star set NCAA tournament record for freshmen with 39 points. → Read More

No. 1 North Carolina routs No. 4 Butler to reach Elite 8

The Tar Heels were in dominant form and didn't let the Bulldogs get close. → Read More

Memphis bluebloods: Kentucky, North Carolina, UCLA highlight South region

The trio — Butler is the fourth team — have combined for 24 NCAA titles. → Read More

North Carolina's Joel Berry II "close to 100%" after ankle injury

Tar Heels point guard injured right ankle in first round of NCAA tournament → Read More

Purdue's Spike Albrecht takes one last shot in NCAA tournament

With 17 points in first half of 2013 title game, Albrecht became NCAA tournament cult hero → Read More

NBA takes wrong approach to scheduling issue

Adam Silver misses the point in asking owners to be more involved in decision to rest players → Read More

March Madness is dismissing the Big Ten in the NCAA tournament

Everyone dissing the Big Ten are feeling pretty sheepish now. The conference didn't have any team seeded better than a No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament, has three - Purdue, Michigan and Wisconsin - in Sweet 16. → Read More

Caleb Swanigan, Purdue hold off Iowa State's late charge to earn Sweet 16 bid

Caleb Swanigan had 20 points and 12 rebounds, along with clutch plays down the stretch. → Read More

Butler ends Middle Tennessee State's second Cinderella run, into Sweet 16

Bulldogs held off a late rally by the Blue Raiders. Star Giddy Potts was held scoreless. → Read More

Wisconsin was seeded too low, which hurt the Badgers — and Villanova

Wisconsin was a No. 8 seed despite reaching Big Ten tournament final. → Read More