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Report: North Carolina not attending the White House after winning national title
North Carolina will not visit President Donald Trump at the White House after winning a national championship.
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Xavier freshman forward Jared Ridder will transfer
Xavier is losing a freshman forward to transfer before the season even begins.
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Four-star 2018 forward Ian Steere decommits from Creighton
Creighton lost a talented big man from its Class of 2018 recruiting efforts as four-star forward Ian Steere has decommitted.
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VIDEO: John Wall gets emotional talking to his mom during Kentucky Hall of Fame induction speech
John Wall was inducted into the University of Kentucky Athletics Hall of Fame as he gave an emotional speech.
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Ohio State snags third 2018 commitment in a week with four-star guard Luther Muhammad
Ohio State has been red-hot on the recruiting trail as the Buckeyes landed four-star 2018 guard Luther Muhammad.
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Michigan lands four-star 2018 forward Ignas Brazdeikis
Michigan added to its strong Class of 2018 recruiting class with a commitment from four-star forward Ignas Brazdeikis.
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Sex assault count dropped against ex-Creighton player Watson
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped a first-degree sexual assault charge against former Creighton point guard Maurice Watson after questions arose about the accuser’s story. Douglas County...
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Storm damage forces Paradise Jam out of Virgin Islands
MIAMI (AP) — The Paradise Jam basketball tournament will not be played in the U.S. Virgin Islands this year because of damage caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. The tournament will be played in...
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Five-star forward King picks Oregon
Top-20 prospect chose Oregon over Kansas, Purdue and others
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Four-star forward Miller Kopp commits to Northwestern
Houston native also had offers from Butler, Texas A&M and Vandy
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NEXT ONE? Hoops phenom at 13 has college offer, NBA height
What is it like to be the next young phenom in basketball?
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NCAA punishes Pacific men’s basketball for violations
STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) — The men’s basketball team at Pacific has been punished by the NCAA for academic and recruiting violations under former coach Ron Verlin. The NCAA said Wednesday that Verlin...
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Memphis lands commitment from 2018 center Connor Vanover
Memphis landed one of the most unique talents in the Class of 2018 in center Connor Vanover.
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Ohio State lands second pledge in two days with 2018 guard Duane Washington
Ohio State landed its second 2018 commitment in two days by pulling in guard Duane Washington.
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Syracuse walk-on accused of sexual assault
Dominick Parker, an 18-year old freshman who was added to the Syracuse roster as a walk-on just 12 days ago, was arrested last Friday and charged with sexual abuse in the first degree, reports Syracuse.com...
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Wichita State to sell beer at Koch Arena
As if it wasn’t already hard enough to win games at Koch Arena. Starting this season, Wichita State fans will be able to buy beer during games at their home arena, a fact that should ensure that the...
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4-star center commits to Purdue
With Vince Edwards and Isaac Haas entering their senior seasons, adding front court options in the 2018 class was something that Purdue needed to do.
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Dayton freshman Toppin ineligible for 2017-18 season
Dayton announced Tuesday afternoon that one of the program's incoming freshmen will not be eligible to compete this season.
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Four-star forward commits to Ohio State
Ohio State is on the board with regards to the 2018 recruiting class, as Chris Holtmann's program received a much-needed verbal commitment from four-star forward Jaedon LeDee.
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Pac-12 foolish for scheduling Arizona-UCLA only once
Arizona and UCLA will only play at Arizona this year.
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Vanderbilt lands commitment from Aaron Nesmith
Vanderbilt landed their first commitment in the Class of 2018 with four-star wing Aaron Nesmith. Nesmith is a native of South Carolina, and the Commodores beat out South Carolina for his services. At 6-foot...
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Svi Mykhailiuk drops 20 pounds, makes weird Kansas roster even weirder
Kansas is a weird team this season. They’re talented, they’re probably going to win the Big 12 again and I fully expect them to be in the national title picture come March, but that doesn’...
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Four-star forward commits to Wake Forest
Isaiah Mucius becomes third member of Danny Manning's 2018 class
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Rhode Island staffer arrested at team facility
Tyron Boswell facing multiple charges
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At Harvard, education through athletics (and vice-versa)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — When Harvard sophomore Seth Towns awoke in his riverside dorm room Wednesday morning, he had options. He could work out at the gym to prepare for the upcoming Ivy League basketball...
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Mitchell Robinson is not a trailblazer; poor decisions forced him into the worst one-and-done option
Robinson will be spending a year working out on his own. That is not the way this should have ended up.
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Mitchell Robinson to leave Western Kentucky, workout for NBA Draft
It sounds like this soap opera is finally over.
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Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim wants to coach through son’s college career
Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim directly addressed how long he could remain coach as his son, Buddy, will factor into the decision,
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Louisville lands four-star 2019 guard David Johnson
Louisville continued its recent recruiting hot streak by landing a talented local 2019 guard.
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Charges dismissed against suspended South Carolina guard
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Assault charges against suspended South Carolina guard Rykym Felder have been dismissed. Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Timmons said Felder’s charges were...
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N.C. State lands first Class of 2018 commitment
Immanuel Bates, one of the best shot-blockers in the high school ranks, announced that he has committed to N.C. State at a press conference on Friday afternoon. Bates is a 6-foot-9, 200 pound center that is...
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UConn’s eight newcomers already competing for playing time
STORRS, Conn. (AP) — The competition to earn playing time is already in high gear at UConn, where eight newcomers have joined the Huskies. So far, it’s been just pickup games, limited workouts with...
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NBCSN announces 2017-18 Atlantic 10 schedule
NBCSN will air more than 30 Atlantic 10 games this season.
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UConn’s eight newcomers already competing for playing time
Only Jalen Adams and Christian Vital saw serious minutes last season.
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Utah signs guard Devante Doutrive, plans to redshirt
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah has signed shooting guard Devante Doutrive to a letter of intent. He plans to redshirt during the 2017-18 season. The 6-foot-5, 190-pounder from Woodland Hills, California,...
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Virginia Tech’s Khadim Sy leaves program
The sophomore's departure leaves Virginia Tech thin on the frontline.
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Cincinnati lands 2018 point guard
Cincinnati has its first recruit in its Class of 2018
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NCAA title game top scorer Booth returns healthy for Villanova
VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) — Phil Booth can live with hitting only Villanova’s second-biggest buzzer beater in a national championship game. Let’s throw it back to April 2016 in Houston. “Five...
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Syracuse lands commitment from Class of 2019 guard
Syracuse landed their first commitment in the Class of 2019 this week as Brycen Goodine, an explosive 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Rhode Island, pledged to the Orange. Goodine is the third player from St....
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Lonergan, George Washington reach settlement
Terms of agreement were not disclosed
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Butler may sell alcohol at Hinkle Fieldhouse this season
School is seeking an alcohol permit
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VIDEO: LaVar Ball surprises longtime handyman with new truck
LaVar Ball gets roundly criticized for the brash, crazy and sometimes hateful things that he’s said in the media in an effort to build up his family’s brand, both the shoe company they own and...
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Georgetown schedule sign of larger issue
The exploitation of college athletes comes to the forefront when talking about buy games and non-conference scheduling.
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LSU adds top-25 forward to 2018 class
Six-foor-9 Naz Reid picks Tigers
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Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland eligible immediately
Nebraska’s Isaac Copeland has received a waiver to play immediately for the Cornhuskers this season, a source confirmed to NBC Sports. Copeland transferred out of the Georgetown program at the end of...
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Georgetown’s non-conference schedule is terrible
The Hoyas might as well punt on the season. They cannot make the NCAA tournament with this schedule.
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Dayton lands four-star 2018 guard Dwayne Cohill
Dayton picked up an important point guard commitment from
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Indiana gets commitment from 2018 forward Jake Forrester
Indiana landed its fourth commitment in the Class of 2018 with forward Jake Forrester.
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UConn lands four-star 2018 guard James Akinjo
UConn landed a quality point guard in four-star James Akinjo.
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UTEP lands graduate transfer Keith Frazier
UTEP added a scorer to its roster by getting Keith Frazier.
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Michigan State lands fifth commitment in the Class of 2018
Michigan State has landed a commitment from Aaron Henry, the fifth member of their 2018 recruiting class. Henry is an Indianapolis native that had a terrific spring and summer, rising up recruiting rankings...
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Study: Nearly 60 percent of transfers leave DI basketball
But it's a transfer epidemic, right?
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Missouri lands four-star 2018 guard Torrence Watson
Missouri landed its third commitment in the Class of 2018 with in-state guard Torrence Watson.
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Houston’s donation comes with red tape
Houston and head coach Kelvin Sampson received 1,300 commitments for help after Hurricane Harvey. Now the school awaits the NCAA and a ruling.
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VIDEO: Kansas coach Bill Self enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame
Kansas head coach Bill Self was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
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CBT Podcast: Houston coach Kelvin Sampson
Houston head coach Kelvin Sampson joins the podcast to discuss Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and potential changes to transfer legislation.
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Duke's Bagley ruled immediately eligible
Marvin Bagley is immediately eligible to play at Duke this season.
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Jim Boeheim’s son, Buddy, commits to Syracuse for Class of 2018
Buddy Boeheim, the son of Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, has committed to the Orange as a member of the Class of 2018.
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Four-star guard Jamie Lewis decommits from N.C. State
N.C. State lost a commitment from four-star Class of 2018 guard Jamie Lewis as he is looking for a different offense.
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Illinois State coach Dan Muller takes a shot at Jay Bilas
Jay Bilas is known for being one of the most outspoken advocates for student-athlete rights in all of college sports. When he tweets about something, it matters. He was recently voted the fifth-most...
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Truth about changes that are coming to transfer rules
Here are the six things you need to know about transfers.
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Michigan State plans to honor Jud Heathcoate
Michigan State announced on Wednesday how they plan to honor legendary head coach Jud Heathcoate this season,
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Justise Winslow and Duke team for Harvey relief
Cameron Indoor hosting charity event Saturday
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PHOTOS: Packages start to roll in for Kelvin Sampson’s Hurricane Harvey donation drive
We’ve written plenty about Kelvin Sampson and the donation drive he started at the University of Houston. With the school finally back open and mail able to reach the university, the boxes full of...
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Field set for Never Forget Classic at the Prudential Center
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Seton Hall will face VCU and Florida will meet Cincinnati in the second annual Never Forget Tribute Classic. The games will be held at the Prudential Center on Saturday, Dec. 9. Florida...
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Changes to transfer legislation can potentially change college basketball landscape
Immediate-eligibility for all reportedly being discussed
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Xavier extends Chris Mack’s contract
Mack now under contract through 2023
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Division I transfer group considering eliminating permission to contact rules
A Division I working group that is currently evaluating changes to the NCAA’s transfer legislation is looking to hear from other members of the association in regards to potential changes that could...
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CBT Podcast: LaMelo Ball - Celebrity or basketball player?
Cam Reddish committing to Duke is also discussed, as is the passing of a pair of legendary coaches.
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Creighton lands Class of 2018 guard Marcus Zegarowski
Creighton landed a commitment from a solid perimeter shooter as Marcus Zegarowski pledged to the Bluejays.
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West Virginia guard Brandon Knapper out indefinitely following knee surgery
West Virginia freshman guard Brandon Knapper had knee surgery and will be out indefinitely.
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Arkansas senior basketball player Arlando Cook arrested
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas senior forward Arlando Cook has been arrested on accusations of first-degree assault, public intoxication and disorderly conduct. Cook was booked into the Washington...
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Kentucky raises $1 million for Harvey relief
Kentucky's basketball team, in conjunction with television station WKYT, raised more than $1 million for Hurricane Harvey relief.
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Cincinnati loses senior big man Quadri Moore to transfer
Cincinnati is losing senior reserve big man Quadri Moore to transfer.
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DePaul loses prized recruit Tyger Campbell as he re-opens his recruitment
DePaul has lost its major recruit in the Class of 2018 as point guard Tyger Campbell is opening up his recruitment.
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Duke lands Cameron Reddish
Cameron Reddish is the highest-rated player committed in the class.
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Former St. John’s guard Sid Wilson transfers to UConn
UConn has landed a commitment from St. John’s transfer Sidney Wilson. Wilson is a four-star prospect that was originally in the Class of 2018, but the 6-foot-6 wing reclassified and enrolled with the...
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Houston gets big support in clothing drive
Houston and head coach Kelvin Sampson received over 1,000 commitments from Twitter to help in a Hurricane Harvey clothing drive.
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Minnesota forward Eric Curry will miss the season with a knee injury
Minnesota will be without sophomore forward Eric Curry after he suffered a season-ending knee injury.
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Former Louisville coach Denny Crum recovering in hospital after health scare
Legendary former Louisville coach Denny Crum is recovering in an Alaskan hospital after a health scare.
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Will LaMelo Ball be eligible at UCLA now?
That is the big question now that the Melo Ball 1 has been released.
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Big Baller Brand releases ‘Melo Ball 1’ shoe
LaMelo Ball now has a signature shoe of his own. The youngest member of the Ball family, a 16-year old junior in high school, the Melo Ball 1 will cost $395, $100 less than the ZO2, Lonzo’s signature...
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Seton Hall lands talented Syracuse transfer
Syracuse transfer Taurean Thompson has landed at Seton Hall. According to the Asbury Park-Press, Thompson is now enrolled at the University and on track to take over the reins in Kevin Willard’s front...
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VIDEO: Remembering Rollie Massimino
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Rollie Massimino took the stage surrounded by a band, students, and scores of blue-and-white balloons and delivered a speech as fiery as one of his Villanova halftime pep talks. Thirty...
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Gonzaga lands San Jose State transfer Brandon Clarke
Gonzaga added some depth to its roster with the addition of San Jose State transfer Brandon Clarke.
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Rick Pitino plans to hold Louisville Pro Day
Following in the footsteps of Duke and Kentucky, Louisville head coach Rick Pitino is looking to have a Pro Day of his own.
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Legendary coach Rollie Massimino dies at 82
Legendary head coach Rollie Massimino, who led Villanova to a national title, dies at 82.
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Kansas lands first commitment in 2018 class
Kansas landed their first commitment in the Class of 2018, as Silvio de Sousa, a 6-foot-9 forward from Angola, pledged to the Jayhawks over the weekend. De Sousa is ranked as the No. 18 recruit in the class...
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John Calipari, Rice basketball join in on Hurricane Harvey fundraising efforts
Kentucky head coach John Calipari announced on Tuesday that he will be hosting a telethon to raise money to support the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The details have yet to be announced, but the telethon...
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St. John’s freshman Sid Wilson transferring
Wilson was the headliner of Mullin's 2017 class
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CBT Podcast: Syracuse and Indiana transfers, Kentucky offers and SMU’s hiring practices
Sam Vecenie joins Rob Dauster for a six pack of burning questions: How bad will Syracuse be without Taurean Thompson? Was Indiana in the wrong to cut Grant Gelon? How bad did Mitchell Robinson mess...
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Wake Forest brings in Marshall grad transfer Thompson
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Wake Forest has added graduate transfer Terrence Thompson from Marshall. Coach Danny Manning announced the addition of Thompson on Monday, calling him “someone who comes in...
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Purdue falls to Lithuania, wins silver medal at World University Games
After a series of dominant performances as Team USA’s representative in the World University Games, Purdue left Taipei with a silver medal following an 85-74 loss to Lithuania in the gold medal game....
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Former MSU coach Jud Heathcote dies at 90
Jud Heathcote won the 1979 NCAA national championship.
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Sampson asks coaches to help Houston
The Houston Cougars coach is asking for articles of clothing to help his fellow Houstonians
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Syracuse loses promising sophomore Taurean Thompson
Syracuse sophomore forward Taurean Thompson has withdrawn from the school, according to Syracuse.com. Thompson was expected to play a major role for the Orange this season. The 6-foot-9 forward averaged 9.2...
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Report: Mitchell Robinson is now back at Western Kentucky
Mitchell Robinson’s recruitment took another strange turn over the weekend. The 7-foot- McDonald’s All-American center and potential lottery pick has returned to Western Kentucky to play his...
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Four-star 2018 forward Jaylen Hoard commits to Wake Forest
Four-star Class of 2018 forward Jaylen Hoard ended his recruitment and selected Wake Forest.
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Kentucky, Calipari donate to Harvey relief
Kentucky and John Calipari raised over $1 million for charity this offseason and a good chunk of that will go to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
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Making college basketball more relevant
Patrick Ewing is "not thinking about Maryland." The fans of his program are, and that should matter.
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The 2017 Great Alaska Shootout will be the event’s last
The Great Alaska Shootout will celebrate its 40th year.
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Horizon League filed a lawsuit against Valparaiso
Valparaiso left the Horizon League for the Missouri Valley Conference in May.
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Grand Canyon cleared for D-I play by NCAA
The Antelopes won 22 games during the 2016-17 season.
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Dayton’s Sam Miller gets probation for videotaped jailhouse fight
The school has revoked his athletic scholarship for one year and has suspended him for the current semester.
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SMU’s hiring of recruit’s father is savvy, but isn’t guaranteed to work
Tim Jankovich hired the father of a five-star prospect in a support staff role.
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Oklahoma sophomore Doolittle to miss first semester
The 6-foot-7 forward did not meet academic requirements
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SMU hires father of five-star recruit
Tyrone Maxey is the father of top-25 prospect Tyrese
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Report: Elite prospect Mitchell Robinson not expected to play in college in 2018
It now appears as if college is off the table for Mitchell Robinson, a top ten recruit in the Class of 2017 and a potential lottery pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, as Yahoo! Sports is reporting that he has...
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3-on-3 at the Final Four for $100,000? It’s happening
This is an awesome idea. So let's power rank potential teams.
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Indiana didn't do Grant Gelon wrong, getting cut is part of sports
Grant Gelon was cut by Indiana. It's unfortunate, but it happens.
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VIDEO: UConn’s Kwintin Williams would win the NBA dunk contest
Think that’s too strong? Look at this dunk: He also did this over the summer: That's innovation right there… #MyMoment @JUMPMANEBIG pic.twitter.com/6Qbv2TdCqf — Champs Sports (@...
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LSU officially announces addition of Kavell Bigby-Williams
Bigby-Williams had been accused of a sexual assault nearly a year ago.
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Report: Four-star Mamaou Doucoure has reclassified, enrolled at Rutgers
Rutgers has made a potentially significant addition to their 2017 recruiting class, as four-star big man Mamadou Doucoure appears to have reclassified. According to the Asbury Park Press, Doucoure has...
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Options drying up for top ten prospect Mitchell Robinson
Robinson signed with and practiced at Western Kentucky, but has since left the school. Is his best option now to sit out?
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VIDEO: Texas freshman Jericho Sims catches nasty alley-oop
Texas is in Australia for their team’s summer trip, and Jericho Sims gave Longhorn fans a glimpse of why they may not miss Jarrett Allen’s athleticism all that much this season.
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Clemson returns after Barcelona attack
The Tigers were one of several college basketball programs in Barcelona this week.
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Tulane’s new court design brings back ‘Angry Wave’
Tulane's court design is a throwback.
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Five-star big man names final two schools
Naz Reid will pick between the Wildcats and Tigers.
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Duke recruit Bagley hopes to play in 2017
Marvin Bagley committed to Duke earlier this week.
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Did Nike plagiarize JellyFam, Minnesota freshman Isaiah Washington to sell kid shoes?
Washington created a movement in New York City. Nike stole it.
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Joel Berry II’s touching encounter with fan
Berry seems like one of the guys that 'gets it'.
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Tommy Hawkins, first black all-american at Notre Dame, dead at 80 years old
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tommy Hawkins, the first black basketball player to earn All-America honors at Notre Dame and who played for the Los Angeles Lakers during a 10-year NBA career, died Wednesday. He was 80...
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Brad Underwood pokes fun at his version of ‘Take Me Out to the Ball Game’
Brad Underwood sang during the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field on Thursday afternoon.
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AAC plan men’s basketball tourney at new Texas arena in ’20
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The American Athletic Conference will hold its men’s basketball tournament in a new arena in North Texas in 2020. AAC Commissioner Mike Aresco announced Wednesday that Dickies...
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After hearing, UNC now awaits NCAA ruling in academic case
UNC's two-day hearing with an NCAA infractions committee panel concluded on Thursday.
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Kansas’ forward Dedric Lawson cleared of walking out on $88 bar tab
Dedric Lawson was accused of walking out on an $88 tab, according to a police report obtained by the Memphis Commercial-Appeal, but the general manager of the restaurant released a statement clearing the...
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College programs in Barcelona safe after terror attack
August is the time that college basketball programs take their overseas trips, and one of the most popular destinations for that travel is Barcelona. On Thursday evening, tragedy struck in one of the city...
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VIDEO: Arizona’s Allonzo Trier obliterates an opponent’s soul
If you can believe it, the picture that you see above is not the most disrespectful thing that Arizona guard Allonzo Trier did to an opponent during the Wildcats’ second exhibition game out in Spain....
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Former Memphis star Joe Jackson arrested on felony charges
Former Memphis point guard Joe Jackson was arrested on felony drug and gun charges on Wednesday night. The Memphis native and former McDonald’s All-American was charged with possession of a controlled...
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South Carolina coach suspends G Rakym Felder indefinitely
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina guard Rakym Felder has been suspended indefinitely and won’t attend classes this fall, another blow to a thinning Gamecock backcourt that reached the Final Four...
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Top 2018 recruit R.J. Barrett names final five schools
The guard reclassified to 2018 earlier this year
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Big Ten reveals conference schedule with early-December games
Each team will play two games the first week of December
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South Carolina adds Maine grad-transfer Myers
Six-foot-2 guard averaged 16.9 points last year
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Virginia head coach Tony Bennett: ‘We believe in diversity and unity to its fullest extent’
Virginia’s Tony Bennett finally spoke out on last weekend’s clash between white supremacists protesting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee and counter-protesters that resulted in the...
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UNC academic case finally reaches NCAA infractions hearing
After more than two years, North Carolina finally appears before an NCAA infractions committee panel.
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Duke officially adds Marvin Bagley III
Nation's top prospect reclassifying and joining the Blue Devils
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Duke now the odds-on favorite to win NCAA title, according to oddsmakers
With Marvin Bagley III now in the fold, Duke has jumped up to become the favorite to win the national title in 2017-18, according to the Westgate Superbook. MORE: Bagley makes Duke THE story … again...
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CBT Podcast: How does Marvin Bagley’s commitment to Duke change college hoops?
Marvin Bagley III committed to play for the Duke Blue Devils this season on Monday night. Rob Dauster was joined by Scott Phillips of NBC Sports to discuss the commitment. How good is Bagley? How good is...
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Marvin Bagley makes Duke biggest story
Marvin Bagley could end up being the No. 1 pick in 2018 and Grayson Allen is still there, which makes them the preseason No. 1 team.
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Marvin Bagley III commits to Duke
Marvin Bagley could end up being the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.
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2017-18 College Basketball Preseason Top 25
Everything you need to know about the college basketball preseason top 25.
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Second SEC team falls to Canadian powerhouse Carleton
Vanderbilt has dropped the first two exhibition games of its summer foreign tour.
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Nevada lands another transfer in Corey Henson
This is the seventh transfer to join the program this offseason.
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Did TCU play the cast from ‘The Office’?
The official score keeper got creative with the names of TCU's opponents on Sunday afternoon.
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Jim Calhoun has reportedly been offered a coaching job
The Hall of Fame head coach may come out of retirement to coach a Division III program.
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Mississippi State’s Nick Weatherspoon arrested on DUI charge
STARKVILLE, Miss. — Mississippi State freshman guard Nick Weatherspoon has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence over the weekend. Online arrest records for the Oktibbeha County Sheriff...
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Bagley would be season-changing addition
Duke, or UCLA would very likely end up being the No. 1 team in the preseason rankings if they land Marvin Bagley.
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VIDEO: Wisconsin players test out Australian accents … with a surprise ending
Wisconsin is taking a trip to Australia this month before school starts and head coach Greg Gard decided that it would be fun to see if his guys could speak with Australian accents. They don’t do it...
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Marvin Bagley III to make college decision
Marvin Bagley might end up being the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft if he reclassifies. He announces that on Monday as well.
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Duke lands commitment from Tre Jones
Tre Jones is following in his brother's footsteps once again by joining the Duke Blue Devils.
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Top-100 recruit commits to Northern Iowa
The four-star point guard had offers from Big Ten and Big 12 schools.
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Ron Harper Jr. commits to Rutgers
This is the third commit in 10 days for Rutgers.
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UNC lands commitment from 2019 point guard
Roy Williams has landed a point guard in 2017, 2018 and now, 2019.
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Monmouth basketball coach King Rice signs five-year contract
King Rice has led the Hawks to a 55-15 record over the past two seasons.
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DePaul lands a commitment from an eighth grader
DePaul has received a commitment from a 15-year-old in the past, and it didn't end up well.
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Louisville appeal calls NCAA ruling ‘unjust’
Does the University of Louisville actually have a valid case on this appeal?
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Police searching for former all-SEC guard on drug trafficking charges
The six-month investigation targeting McFagdon was called 'Operation Cocaine Cowboys'
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Former Brown assistant Dan Doyle sentenced to 15 years for embezzlement
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A former boxing promoter, ex-college basketball coach and founder of a Rhode Island-based sport institute who was convicted of embezzlement has been sentenced to a total of 15 years...
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Report: LSU no longer recruiting Mitchell Robinson
Mitchell Robinson left Western Kentucky in late July.
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UCF coach Johnny Dawkins gets one-year contract extension
The new deal runs through the 2022-23 season.
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Wisconsin takes trip Down Under with team in transition
The last time Wisconsin took a foreign trip it was the summer before the first of two straight Final Four appearances.
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Texas lands four-star forward Gerald Liddell
In one week Shaka Smart has landed a pair of in-state forwards.
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Army veteran leaves Oakland basketball program
Isaiah Brock made headlines last fall when the NCAA deemed him ineligible.
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Alabama loses exhibition game to Canadian powerhouse Carleton
Carleton has defeated high-major Division I programs in the past.
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Mike Krzyzewski to under go knee surgery
Due to the surgery, the Duke Blue Devils were forced to cancel their upcoming trip to the Dominican Republic.
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Will Cuonzo Martin have personnel at Missouri?
Five-out basketball has never been Cuonzo Martin's calling card. Can the old dog learn a new trick now that he has Michael and Jontay on his roster?
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NCAA to add wrinkle to tourney celebrations
The teams will advance themselves along in the bracket when they win in the Big Dance.
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Jontay Porter makes it official, will join Missouri this season
Brother of potential No. 1 pick Michael Porter, Jr. reclasses to 2017
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Tre Campbell leaving Georgetown program
Senior guard was injured in a bus accident last winter
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Morgan State player sues NCAA, school over weird five-year clock eligibility ruling
A Morgan State basketball player has taken his eligibility fight with the NCAA to the courtroom after he was ruled ineligible due to the way the NCAA determines a player’s eligibility clock. First,...
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Kentucky, Syracuse, Louisville top college basketball in attendance
The NCAA released attendance figures for the 2016-17 season on Tuesday as Kentucky, Syracuse and Louisville were the top three draws in college basketball last season. Big Blue Nation came out in full force...
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Arizona lands five-star 2018 point guard Jahvon Quinerly
Arizona landed its point guard of the future by securing a commitment from Class of 2018 five-star Jahvon Quinerly.
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The Basketball Joneses: Tre Jones quest to climb out of brother Tyus’ shadow
Tre Jones may be the best point guard in the country, but getting there hasn't been easy when you're constantly compared to older brother Tyus, the best point guard in the family.
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VIDEO: Five-star recruit Bol Bol’s team forfeits game, leaves court over officiating dispute
An AAU basketball team featuring Bol Bol, a top five prospect in the Class of 2018, forfeited a game and walked off the court during an event in Kansas this weekend. According to the Wichita Eagle, Midwest...
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VIDEO: Miles Bridges’ Moneyball Pro-Am mixtape is ridiculous
It’s really just a highlight of Miles Bridges dunking, but that’s worth the four minutes every day and twice on Tuesdays,
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See Dean Smith’s handwritten note to a recruit
Tar Heel Michael Brooker reveals the note from 1995
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Nebraska lands Icelandic guard
Thorir Thorbjarnarson played in the U20 European Championships this year
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Sophomore Jaylen Fisher to undergo knee surgery
He's expected to be ready for the start of the season.
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PHOTO: Kentucky fan gets 2018 National Title tattoo
A Kentucky fan named Joe had himself quite a weekend in Myrtle Beach. We’ll start with this: at 8:19 a.m. on Saturday morning, Joe tweeted out a picture of a tattoo he got on his right shoulder...
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LSU lands Southern Utah graduate transfer Randy Onwuasor
Southern Utah graduate transfer Randy Onwuasor is heading to LSU.
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Maryland lands four-star twins in Class of 2019
Maryland landed its first Class of 2019 commitments as the four-star Mitchell twins are on board.
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San Jose State hires Colorado assistant Jean Prioleau as new head coach
San Jose State has its new head coach as they've landed Colorado assistant coach Jean Prioleau.
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Texas earns Class of 2018 commitment from four-star forward Brock Cunningham
Texas earned a local commitment from four-star forward Brock Cunningham.
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Rutgers ends a strong recruiting week by landing four-star 2018 guard Montez Mathis
Rutgers added two pieces to its future late last week as four-star guard Montez Mathis is the latest to join the Scarlet Knights.
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JaQuan Lyle commits to New Mexico
New Mexico has landed a commitment from former five-star prospect JaQuan Lyle, a source told NBC Sports. He will be eligible to play in 2018-19 and will have two years of eligibility remaining. Lyle...
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Rick Stansbury on Mitchell Robinson: ‘It was probably just as much a surprise to me as it was to you’
Western Kentucky head coach Rick Stansbury spoke with local reporters this week, the first time he has faced the media since Mitchell Robinson left the program a week ago. “It was probably just as...
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UCLA, Notre Dame to reignite rivalry next season
Notre Dame and UCLA, who have reached the Sweet 16 five times combined since 2014, will reignite a series that has been dormant for eight years. They will play in Pauley Pavilion in Dec. of 2018 and follow...
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VIDEO: Former Baylor forward Rico Gathers catches touchdown pass
Rico Gathers went eight years — from eighth grade until his rookie season in the NFL — without playing football. One of the best rebounders in college basketball while with the Bears, Gathers...
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Fresno State lands Texas A&M transfer Eric Vila
Fresno State picked up a transfer in former Texas A&M big man Eric Vila.
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Five-star Class of 2018 guard Quentin Grimes cuts list to seven schools
Five-star Class of 2018 guard Quentin Grimes is down to seven schools as he begins to focus on the recruiting process.
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Ex-Michigan State star Appling sentenced to a year in jail
DETROIT (AP) — Former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling has been sentenced to a year in jail for carrying a concealed weapon and resisting police. Appling learned his punishment Thursday in a...
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Report: Las Vegas school hires ex-Baylor coach Dave Bliss
Bliss resigned from NAIA school in April after documentary airing
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Kansas’ Azubuike nearly pulls down basket on dunk
Kansas big man stops play during Italy trip
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Ohio State talking about reigniting in-state rivalries
The era of Ohio State avoiding regular season, non-conference games against intra-state rivals may be coming to an end.
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VIDEO: Dayton’s Sam Miller gets drunk, arrested then beaten up after fight in jail
Miller is now facing charges for underage drinking and misdemeanor assault.
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Five-star freshman Robinson granted release from Western Kentucky
Robinson had been suspended after leaving campus
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Kansas State extends Bruce Weber
Weber gets another two years on his contract
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Georgetown drops out of loaded tourney
The Hoyas will be replaced by DePaul for the November event.
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