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Both the NCAA and the school confirmed the letter regarding “potential NCAA rules violations related to the assaults Larry Nassar perpetrated against girls and young women.”
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | Center Akunna Konkwo scores a game-high 16 points in the Cardinals’ 50-48 victory.
The Cardinals trailed by 10 points midway through the fourth quarter
The Cavaliers star joined an exclusive club — as he had pointed out in a social media post hours before his moment actually arrived in a game against the Spurs.
The No. 2 Cavaliers allowed their fewest points of the season in a rout of the No. 18 Tigers.
Members of joint committee of owners and players announced and promotional campaign launched.
The Super Bowl has “never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement,” the league said, but the veterans group decried what it saw as “corporate censorship."
LeBron James and Stephen Curry will pick this year's teams, streetball-style, but it won't be televised. Here's how it could go down.
Canada, who spent last season calling plays at LSU, will take over for Walt Bell in College Park.
Jakub Vrana played a career-low 6:25 in the Capitals' loss to the Flyers on Sunday.
The Olympic sports organization continues to lose sponsors over the sex abuse scandal.
Months before Bryce Harper will decide his baseball fate, his brother will join him in major league camp for the first time.
University of Maryland attacker did not accept DCU's offer and had explored European opportunities.
Andre Burakovsky has three goals and five assists in 23 games this season.
Cavaliers are allowing 109.8 points per 100 possessions this season, the second-worst defensive effort in the NBA behind the 13-33 Sacramento Kings.
The red-hot Boilermakers are the current No. 1 overall seed, and it looks like they're not going anywhere.