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  • Kansas freshman Diallo cleared to play beginning Dec. 1

    Kansas freshman Cheick Diallo has been cleared to play for the fifth-ranked Jayhawks beginning next week, ending a laborious months-long investigation by the NCAA into the five-star prospect's education and background. In a statement Wednesday, the NCAA ultimately ruled Diallo had received a…

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  • Unbeaten South Carolina starts strong under Frank Martin

    South Carolina coach Frank Martin was confident his team would get off to a good start. The Gamecocks are doing just that. South Carolina won the Paradise Jam and is 5-0 for the first time since the 2003-04 season, the last time the Gamecocks made the NCAA Tournament.

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  • Stanford-Villanova Preview

    Villanova and Stanford have fond memories of their last visits to New York City. Both programs hope to gain another when they square off at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on Thursday in the NIT Season Tipoff. The eighth-ranked Wildcats earned their first Big East tournament title in 20 years by…

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  • Notre Dame-Monmouth (NJ) Preview

    Notre Dame had a relatively easy time going undefeated through the first week of the season. Now, the No. 17 Fighting Irish can see how they stack up against some tougher competition in a tournament setting. Mike Brey's group could receive a serious test right off the bat against Monmouth in their…

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    Louisville vs. St. Francis Brooklyn Basketball Highlights (2015-2016)

    Louisville vs. St. Francis Brooklyn: The Cards cruised to an easy 85-41 to improve to 4-0 on the season. Damion Lee led UofL with 21 points, including 15 in the first half. In all, 4 Cardinal players scored in double figures.

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  • Syracuse University appeal of NCAA sanctions rewarded

    The NCAA has lessened its punishment of Syracuse University, reducing the penalty of lost basketball scholarships by four. The NCAA Infractions Appeals Committee ruled that the total reduction of scholarships will be eight over four years rather than 12. The sanctions were imposed in March after a…

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  • No. 18 UConn survives Michigan rally in 74-60 win in Bahamas

    PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) -- Daniel Hamilton had 16 points, nine rebounds and nine assists, and No. 18 UConn beat Michigan 74-60 on Wednesday night in the opening round of the Battle 4 Atlantis.

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  • Vanderbilt-Kansas Preview

    Unbeaten and aiming for its first signature victory, Vanderbilt is about to make things a whole lot tougher for Kansas in paradise. After both teams cruised to lopsided victories, the No. 19 Commodores and fifth-ranked Jayhawks meet for the first time in 18 years Wednesday night in the Maui…

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  • Labissiere scores 16 as top-ranked Kentucky beats BU 82-62

    Top-ranked Kentucky was less-than-impressive in its season debut at No. 1. Freshman center Skal Labissiere scored 16 points to lead Kentucky past Boston University 82-62 on Tuesday night, one day after the Wildcats took over the top spot in The Associated Press poll. Kentucky (5-0) struggled to put…

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  • Mad Dash: Jays fans create awesome website to keep David Price

    In today's Mad Dash: Blue Jays fans get creative, a college basketball player does something amazing, and Jim Harbaugh is all about tradition.

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  • Brogdon scores 23 as No. 12 Virginia beats Lehigh 80-54

    Virginia coach Tony Bennett called Wednesday's visit by Lehigh ''a game of cementing some habits,'' and after the Cavaliers got off to a slow start, Malcolm Brogdon and their defense took over. Brogdon scored 23 points, and No. 12 Virginia beat Lehigh 80-54 on for its fourth consecutive victory.…

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  • Emery leads BYU past Mississippi Valley 75-68

    PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Nick Emery had 18 points and seven assists and BYU held off Mississippi Valley State 75-68 Wednesday night.

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  • Ingram scores 15, leads No. 6 Duke past pesky Yale 80-61

    DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Freshman Brandon Ingram scored 15 points and played a key role in the defensive switch that helped No. 6 Duke beat Yale 80-61 on Wednesday night.

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  • Marcus Evans leads Rice to 92-84 win over Lamar

    HOUSTON (AP) -- Marcus Evans scored 20 points to lead six players in double figures as Rice picked up its first victory with a 92-84 win over Lamar on Wednesday night.

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  • Wyoming holds off CS Bakersfield 68-64

    LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) -- Josh Adams scored 23 points, Jonathan Barnes had a go-ahead dunk with 13 seconds left, and Wyoming held off a second-half rally to beat CS Bakersfield 68-64 on Wednesday night.

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    College Football's #HappiMess Moments - November 24, 2015

    They are the moments that make college football so endearing. Sure, they're messy but they also make us happy. Colorful fans... spirited cheerleaders... energized athletes... in other words, they are #HappiMess moments brought to you by Delta Faucet.

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  • White and Shields lead Nebraska past Arkansas-Pine Bluff 67-

    It took less than five minutes for Glynn Watson, Jr. to put his imprint on Nebraska's 67-44 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Thursday night. Nebraska was in the midst of a scoring drought, leading Arkansas-Pine Bluff by six when Watson entered the game late in the first half. When the buzzer sounded…

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  • Henry, Sledge lead The Citadel past Georgia Southern 95-90

    SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) -- Derrick Henry scored 18 points and Warren Sledge added 17, including five 3-pointers, to help The Citadel beat Georgia Southern 95-90 in the Palmetto State Shootout on Wednesday night.

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