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Two Indiana players enter pretrial programs
Indiana basketball players Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell and Stanford Robinson have entered pretrial diversion programs after being charged in April with consumption of an alcoholic beverage by a minor and possession of false identification.
Krog, who led SMU to '56 Final Four, dies at 79
Joel Krog, the captain of SMU's only NCAA Final Four team, has died at the age of 79.
Rex Chapman accused of shoplifting; $14K bill
Former NBA guard Rex Chapman has been arrested for allegedly shoplifting $14,000 worth of merchandise from an Apple store in Scottsdale and then selling the items at a pawn shop.
Source: Mitchell cleared to play for Jackets
Maryland transfer Charles Mitchell was granted immediate eligibility Friday to play this season at Georgia Tech, a source with direct knowledge said.
Obama: Campus sexual assault 'an affront'
President Barack Obama says campus sexual assault is "an affront to our basic humanity."
Coach K refutes Team USA gig benefits Duke
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said the notion that coaching USA Basketball gives him a recruiting advantage is "utterly ridiculous."
Friars' Dunn cleared for full-contact practice
Providence point guard Kris Dunn, who missed nearly all of last season with a second major shoulder injury, has been cleared for full-contact practice.
Missouri suspends 2 freshmen following arrests
Missouri suspended freshmen Jakeenan Gant and D'Angelo Allen from team activities following their arrests early Sunday on suspicion of third-degree assault.
Blakeney backtracks after picking Louisville
Five star shooting guard Antonio Blakeney has informed ESPN Recruiting Nation that he has decided to reopen his recruiting after committing to Louisville back on Sept. 4.
Charleston pays Wojcik $400K in settlement
The College of Charleston has paid $400,000 to former coach Doug Wojcik as part of the settlement reached last week.