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Sources: Refs disciplined for improper access
Several college basketball referees, including one prominent Big Ten official, have been disciplined for accessing unauthorized information on a refereeing software web site, sources told ESPN.
Coach K expects one-and-done rule to stay
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski expects the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association to continue the one-and-done draft rule because he isn't convinced the players' union would be in favor of moving the draft rule to two years out of high school whe
Golden Gophers dismiss junior guard Lofton
Minnesota junior Zach Lofton, a transfer from Illinois State, was dismissed by the program for "failing to meet the expectations and obligations of the team."
Monson, Long Beach St. agree to extension
Long Beach State basketball coach Dan Monson has agreed to a five-year contract extension through the 2018-19 season.
UNC's Williams 'worried sick' about probe
North Carolina coach Roy Williams said Wednesday that he is "worried sick" about the pending NCAA investigation into the school's academic scandal, and included in his worries are concerns about his own reputation.
Boeheim: Upcoming hearing not a distraction
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim refused to comment Wednesday on his program's upcoming meeting with the Committee on Infractions but said the pending hearing has not taken away from his focus on his team.
Swofford hoping for closure in probe at UNC
ACC commissioner John Swofford believes the independent investigation into the academic scandal at North Carolina only will help the NCAA in pursuing its case against the Tar Heels.
Hawaii's Arnold out as coach after investigation
Gib Arnold has been removed as coach of Hawaii, the university announced Tuesday.
Emmert says UNC fraud findings 'disturbing'
NCAA president Mark Emmert said Monday that findings from a recent investigation into academic fraud at the University of North Carolina are troubling, disturbing and shocking.
NCAA grad rates improve as critics cry foul
College athletes are graduating at better rates than non-athletes, according to new statistics released Tuesday by the NCAA.