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Gonzaga coach Few smelled of alcohol prior to DUI arrest
Gonzaga basketball coach Mark Few's breath smelled of alcohol and he had bloodshot eyes on the night he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, though he initially told a police officer he...
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Top recruit Shaedon Sharpe commits to Kentucky
Five-star recruit Shaedon Sharpe has committed to Kentucky, giving coach John Calipari his highest-rated player in five years.
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Gonzaga coach Mark Few cited for DUI in Idaho
Few was cited for driving under the influence Monday evening after he was "called in as driving erratic and speeding."
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Monmouth gives King Rice a 5-year extension
Monmouth University men's basketball coach King Rice has been given a five-year contract extension through the 2025-26 season.
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Bob Huggins gets 2-year contract extension at West Virginia
West Virginia's Bob Huggins has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the option for him to step aside or continue coaching after the 2023-24 season.
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Louisville suspends head coach Chris Mack for 6 games
The University of Louisville is suspending head coach Chris Mack for six games for his handling of an extortion attempt by one of his assistants.
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Memphis finalizes Rasheed Wallace as Hardaway’s assistant
Memphis coach Penny Hardaway has added 16-year NBA veteran Rasheed Wallace as an assistant coach on a staff that also features former NBA coach Larry Brown.
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Memphis adds 5-star guard Emoni Bates to loaded roster
Emoni Bates has committed to Memphis, adding another five-star recruit to coach Penny Hardaway's roster.
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ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12 alliance to ‘protect the collegiate model’
Facing a rapidly shifting landscape in college sports, the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 have agreed to work together to create stability during volatile times.
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Texas A&M gets probation, Williams two-game suspension from NCAA
The punishments result from Williams and other team coaches having impermissible contact with prospects and unauthorized workouts.
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Miami Hurricanes sign top Connecticut hoops recruit
Guard Bensley Joseph, widely considered the top recruit in Connecticut, has signed to play for the Miami Hurricanes.
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Valparaiso announces Beacons as school’s new team name
The team's former name, the Crusaders, has been adopted by hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan.
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Virginia Tech extends AD Babcock’s contract through 2029
Virginia Tech has extended the contract of athletic director Whit Babcock for five years, keeping him with the school through June 2029.
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UCLA to host Villanova on Nov. 12 as part of home-and-home
UCLA will host Villanova on Nov. 12 for the first time in 11 years.
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Quentin Hillsman resigns as women’s basketball at Syracuse
Quentin Hillsman resigned as the women's basketball coach at Syracuse, whose team is under review by a law firm over his alleged threats and bullying of players.
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NCAA sets table for dramatic overhaul of how it operates
The NCAA Board of Governors called for a constitutional convention to begin launching dramatic reform in the governance of college sports.
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UConn probation over NCAA violations under Kevin Ollie ends
The two-year probation imposed on UConn men's basketball for NCAA violations under former coach Kevin Ollie has ended.
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VCU, Mike Rhoades agree to extension
VCU's Mike Rhoades has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him on the Rams' sideline through the 2026-27 season.
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Texas, Oklahoma reportedly reach out to SEC about joining league
The Houston Chronicle reported Wednesday that Big 12 powers Texas and Oklahoma have reached out to the SEC about potentially joining the league.
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Creighton University AD retiring after 27 years on the job
Bruce Rasmussen will step down next month.
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NCAA NIL era brings cautious optimism to college-town businesses
The NCAA's decision to allow athletes to profit off their likeness arrived July 1. Now businesses in college towns looks to cash in.
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Florida women’s basketball coach resigns
Cam Newbauer stepped down Friday for "personal reasons," the school announced, six weeks after he signed a three-year contract extension.
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NCAA’s Emmert: It is time to decentralize college sports
Emmert referenced changing rules on monetization for athletes as a catalyzing point for changing how we think of college athletics.
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Penny Hardaway sees Larry Brown helping make Memphis better
Penny Hardaway has wanted Larry Brown to coach with him ever since he took over at his alma mater. Three years later, they have that chance at Memphis.
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St. John’s adds Queens’ Tareq Coburn for upcoming season
The St. John's men's basketball team said Friday that Queens native Tareq Coburn will join the roster for the 2021-22 season.
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Marquette’s Dawson Garcia transferring to North Carolina
Dawson Garcia, who led Marquette in scoring and rebounding as a freshman last season, has indicated on social media he is transferring to North Carolina.
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Back in NCAA: Larry Brown joins Hardaway’s staff at Memphis
Penny Hardaway is adding Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown to his staff at the University of Memphis
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Scotty Pippen Jr. withdraws from draft, returning to Vandy
Scotty Pippen Jr. has decided to return to Vanderbilt for his junior season after testing his options for the NBA draft.
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UCLA’s Johnny Juzang and Cody Riley withdraw from NBA draft
Johnny Juzang and Cody Riley have withdrawn their names from the NBA draft and will return to UCLA this fall.
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USC’s Isaiah Mobley won’t follow brother to NBA draft
The junior announced Wednesday that he has withdrawn his name and will return to Southern California this fall.
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Shannon returning to Texas Tech instead of NBA draft
Terrence Shannon Jr. is returning for a third season at Texas Tech after removing his name from consideration for the NBA draft.
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Jayhawks’ Agbaji, Martin withdraw from NBA draft
Ochai Agbaji and Remy Martin withdrew from the NBA draft, opting instead to help Kansas chase a sixth national championship.
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Minnesota's Eric Curry returning for 6th season
Minnesota forward Eric Curry has decided to return for a sixth season in the program.
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Michigan’s Hunter Dickinson withdraws from NBA draft
Hunter Dickinson has withdrawn from the NBA draft to stay at Michigan for his sophomore season.
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UCLA’s Chris Smith won’t return
Chris Smith, who injured his knee in January and was out the rest of his senior season, won't be returning to UCLA.
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Isaiah Wong decides to remain at Miami
Miami guard Isaiah Wong has decided to return next season rather than pursue a pro career.
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Jayhawks’ Wilson exits draft, returns for sophomore season
Jalen Wilson withdrew from the NBA draft and announced he would return to Kansas for his sophomore season.
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Kentucky guard Davion Mintz will return for final season
Guard Davion Mintz will withdraw from the NBA draft and return to Kentucky for his final season after leading the Wildcats in scoring as a graduate transfer.
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NCAA clears way for athlete compensation as state laws loom
The decision effectively suspends NCAA restrictions on payments to athletes for sponsorship deals, online endorsements and personal appearances.
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NCAA puts TCU on probation, punishes ex-assistant
The NCAA placed the TCU men's program on three years' probation and punished an ex-assistant it accused of accepting $6,000 from a business management company and then lying to the school about it.
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Darius Days returns to LSU for senior year
Forward Darius Days is returning to LSU for his senior season after initially exploring his opportunity to turn pro.
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Seton Hall promotes Billmeirer, adds Copeland to hoops staff
Grant Billmeier was promoted to associate head coach and Donald Copeland has been named an assistant basketball coach at Seton Hall.
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1,000-game winner Herb Magee not finished in Philly at 80
Herb Magee, the nation's second-winningest college basketball coach, isn't wearing down at the age of 80.
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Secret recording has Wisconsin seniors criticizing Greg Gard
A secret recording of a late-season meeting of the Wisconsin's men's basketball team shows seniors criticizing coach Greg Gard.
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Creighton put on probation by NCAA amid fallout of FBI probe
Creighton's men's basketball team is on probation after a former assistant coach was found to have accepted cash from a management agency.
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Supreme Court sides with ex-athletes in NCAA compensation case
The Supreme Court decided unanimously the NCAA can't enforce rules limiting education-related benefits, like computers and paid internships.
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Gonzaga promotes Chris Standiford to replace Mike Roth as AD
Chris Standiford will take over as Gonzaga's director of athletics, replacing mainstay Mike Roth, who will retire after 24 years in the role.
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Izzo promotes Wojcik, hires three ex-Michigan State players
Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo promoted Doug Wojcik to assistant coach to replace Dane Fife and added three ex-Spartans players to his staff.
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Duke’s Jon Scheyer ‘not afraid’ of test as Coach K’s successor
Jon Scheyer remembers handling the pressure of playing for a national championship or in front of hostile crowds in high-profile games at Duke.
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SEC, Big East latest to scrap intraconference transfer rules
Both the SEC and Big East will begin allowing athletes to transfer within their respective leagues without losing a year of eligibility.
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