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Workers trying to save buckling UCLA court
UCLA officials are trying to save the Pauley Pavilion court, which is buckling after flooding spread throughout campus Tuesday.
Mayo leaves Marquette, pursues pro career
Marquette guard Todd Mayo has decided to leave the program to pursue a professional basketball career.
Ex-PC starter Fortune heading to Colorado
Colorado basketball coach Tad Boyle has signed Providence College transfer Josh Fortune to a financial aid agreement and will add the junior to the 2014-15 roster.
Giving back: Hill donates $1.25M to Duke
Former Duke star Grant Hill expressed his loyalty and devotion to his alma mater with a seven-figure donation that will help the university improve its athletic facilities and arts and sciences programs, the school announced Wednesday.
Kentucky great 'Wah Wah' Jones dies at 88
Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones, a multisport star who helped Kentucky win the first two of its eight national titles and is considered the school's greatest all-around athlete, has died. He was 88.
UAB grants All-C-USA PG Frazier his release
UAB has granted All-Conference USA point guard Chad Frazier a release from his scholarship.
Vols PG Lopez to miss season with torn ACL
Tennessee guard Brandon Lopez has a torn right anterior cruciate ligament that will prevent him from playing in the 2014-15 season.
NCAA settles concussion suit with $70M fund
The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.
UNC inviting athletes back to finish degrees
North Carolina is inviting former scholarship athletes who left before completing coursework to return and earn their degrees.
C-USA chief: 'Second 5' will still be relevant
Conference USA commissioner Britton Banowsky knows at least one thing won't change with autonomy for the five power conferences to make their own bylaws.