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Florida State rallies to stun No. 23 Miami
Florida State rallies to beat No. 23 Miami 55-54
VCU's Weber suffers career-ending leg injury
VCU guard Briante Weber suffered a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus during the closing minutes of the Rams' game against Richmond on Saturday and his collegiate career is over, school spokesman Scott Day announced late Saturday night.
Missouri AD grateful, regretful in stepping down
An emotional Missouri athletic director Mike Alden said Friday he has reached "the perfect time" to step down after 17 years.
St. John's guard sorry for offensive tweet
St. John's guard Rysheed Jordan has issued an apology after using a homophobic slur in a tweet earlier this week.
McCain: Time to talk legalizing sports betting
Sen. John McCain says Congress needs to hold hearings to discuss legalizing sports betting.
No. 4 Duke dismisses junior guard Sulaimon
In a stunning announcement, Duke junior guard Rasheed Sulaimon was dismissed from the program on Thursday. The Houston native had not previously been disciplined, at least publicly, all season.
Guard Lyle commits to Ohio State, sources say
Fresh off its big win over Maryland on Thursday, Ohio State landed a commitment from talented guard JaQuan Lyle, sources told ESPN.com.
Two Southern Miss players ruled ineligible
Southern Mississippi junior guard Rasham Suarez and senior forward Jeremiah Eason have been ruled ineligible.
Bradley's top scorer arrested at strip club
Bradley basketball player Warren Jones has been arrested at a strip club on misdemeanor charges of obstruction of identification and criminal trespass.
Big 12/SEC Challenge to be single-day event
The Big 12/SEC Challenge is moving to one day at the end of January in an attempt to create more exposure for the annual event.