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USC gets notice of allegations tied to fed probe
USC officials said Friday the university has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA "related to a former coach in the men's basketball program."
Alexander, Gardner latest to leave Hoyas program
Georgetown is down to seven scholarship players with Galen Alexander and Myron Gardner transferring.
After losing spot at Kansas, Quentin Grimes is thriving at Houston
Quentin Grimes was left without a roster spot at Kansas after testing the NBA draft waters. With help from the Jayhawks (and the NCAA), he has flourished in Houston.
LeBron James Jr. vs. dad's alma mater -- how to watch
Here's how to watch LeBron James Jr. take on his father's alma mater.
Illinois player mistakenly clobbers ref after bucket
Lewis Garrison, a college basketball official, left a matchup between Illinois and No. 5 Michigan on Wednesday after he was accidentally hit by Kofi Cockburn as the freshman center celebrated a key play in his team's 71-62 upset victory.
College basketball first-year coach scorecard: Who's overachieving?
Every coaching job brings unique challenges. Here are the first-year coaches who are conquering and struggling with those obstacles.
Emmert sees fed law on player compensation
NCAA president Mark Emmert said it is "highly probable'' federal legislation will be passed that sets national guidelines for how college athletes can be compensated for the use of their names, images and likenesses.
Gottfried attorneys question NCAA on evidence
Former NC State coach Mark Gottfried's attorneys argue the NCAA's enforcement staff improperly imported evidence from a federal criminal trial that is under appeal as he faces a failure to monitor his program charge.
NAIA guard Culver erupts for 100-point game
J.J. Culver, a senior guard for Wayland Baptist, became just the second player in NAIA history to score 100 points, reaching the magical mark in his team's 124-60 rout over Southwestern Adventist on Tuesday night.
Texas Tech beats Louisville as another No. 1 falls
Top-ranked Louisville lost its first game of the season Tuesday, falling 70-57 to Texas Tech in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden. The Cardinals are the fourth No. 1 team to lose this season.