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The former basketball coach said at a news conference that the university should fight to keep its 2013 national championship.

The punishment stems from a 2015 NCAA investigation that found members of the coaching staff provided prostitutes and strippers for players and recruits.

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Back to school, work looms for Olympic hockey players

Brian Gionta could go from facing Martin Erat in the Olympics to facing Filip Forsberg in the NHL.

Florida State’s top pitcher to miss remainder of season

Florida State pitcher Tyler Holton will miss the remainder of the season due to an elbow injury.

Hockey dads Bourque, Donato bear stress of watching US sons

Ted Donato wasn’t worried about family bragging rights.

The Cavaliers will return from a week off by hosting Georgia Tech, which has lost five in a row.

Going all-in on an offensive rebound leads to 14.5 percent of the Blue Devils' defensive possessions occurring in transition, where they struggle.

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The NCAA appeals committee upheld a ruling that the university must forfeit 123 victories, including the 2013 national championship and a 2012 Final Four appearance, as punishment for a scandal in which prostitutes were paid to have sex with players and recruits. It is the first time in modern NCAA history that a major men’s […]

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A correction in the Cardinals' projection adds them to a glut of conference foes in precarious position.

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Jairus Myles transferred twice before landing at UMBC. Once there, the high-scoring guard turned down the chance to move up.

Tom Lacey is one of 16 players vying for a trip to San Antonio next month.

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St. Bonaventure might have its last best chance to improve its tournament portfolio vs. Rhode Island, plus big games in the Big 12, ACC and more.

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Using a megaphone to loudly call out people, especially after you've been warned, is a rule book no-no.

And they aren't mid-majors, either.

NCAA FBS games averaged 3 percent fewer people in 2017 than 2016, the largest drop in 34 years.

  • Perspective

What we’ve come to champion of athletes today pales juxtaposed to what so many did in the cauldron of the late ‘60s civil rights movement.

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Of the top 16 teams in the tournament selection committee's teaser, all but two were in the top 16 of the Rating Percentage Index.

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