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Unlikely freshman helps rescue KU
ST. LOUIS -- There he sat on Friday, a 7-foot specimen -- taller in shoes -- on the bench, dressed in that familiar blue warm-up.The breakout star of this Kansas basketball season, freshman Joel Embiid didn’t play in Kansas’ tough test of an NCAA tournament opener, an 80-69 victory over 15th-seeded Eastern Kentucky.
Duke frosh Stanley breaks Zion's vertical record
Duke freshman Cassius Stanley broke Zion Williamson's 2018 school record for maximum vertical leap on Wednesday.
Longtime UCLA AD Guerrero to retire in 2020
Longtime UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero will retire in July, the school announced Thursday.
Does well-traveled Eric Musselman have the right formula at Arkansas?
Eric Musselman has lived out a career as a basketball vagabond. Is Arkansas the place where he'll make his most lasting mark?
Coach K, Duke land blue-chip '20 guard Steward
D.J. Steward, a five-star shooting guard in the 2020 class, selected Duke over Texas and Louisville, giving Mike Krzyzewski his third five-star recruit in next year's group.
Spinal surgery gives UConn's Hurley new outlook
Less than two weeks after having surgery for a degenerative spinal condition that required replacing two disks in his neck with artificial ones, UConn coach Dan Hurley is back at work full-time.
N.Y. senator proposes bill to pay college athletes
New York state Sen. Kevin Parker proposed a bill that includes an amendment that would require college athletic departments to give a 15% share of annual revenue to student-athletes.