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Michigan under 14-day halt after positive tests
The University of Michigan is halting all athletic activities for up to 14 days following positive tests for a new coronavirus strain.
Kansas loses 3 straight for first time since 2013
De'Vion Harmon scored 22 points as Oklahoma beat No. 9 Kansas 75-68 Saturday for its second victory this month over a top-10 opponent and the Jayhawks' first three-game losing streak since February 2013.
Hurley reprimanded by Pac-12 for ripping officials
Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley was reprimanded by the Pac-12 after he was publicly critical of the officiating in Thursday night's 84-82 loss to Arizona.
NBA draft stock watch: Will Ron Harper Jr., Scotty Pippen Jr. follow in dads' NBA footsteps?
Scottie Pippen and Ron Harper were teammates on the title-winning 90's Bulls. Their sons and namesakes are blazing their own trail.
What are the head-coaching succession plans at Duke, North Carolina and Syracuse?
What Duke's AD search means for Coach K's successor, plus the quest to find the nation's third-best men's basketball team.
Tennessee Vols name UCF's White as new AD
The Tennessee Volunteers have officially named UCF's Danny White as their new athletic director.
Larry Scott's run as Pac-12 commissioner to end
Larry Scott's 11-year run as Pac-12 commissioner will end in June, the conference said Wednesday night.
Ruling favors Zion, says marketing deal invalid
A federal judge has granted Zion Williamson partial judgment in his lawsuit against a former marketing agent who sued the Pelicans star for $100 million in damages claiming breach of contract.
No. 12 Texas Tech has another game postponed
The No. 12 Texas Tech men's basketball team has had its second Big 12 game postponed this week because of COVID-19 issues for its scheduled opponent.