• CBS Sports

    NCAA time demands rules ignore the biggest problem in the situation: the games

    Before the Power Five passed some sensible rules Friday to loosen up athletes' time a little bit, some amendments were proposed by the adults. Some player representatives at the NCAA Convention weren't buying the amendments, recognizing how the system was trying to control days off for unpaid players who are supposedly students first. While learning life skills is great, the amendments symbolized college sports: Propose minutiae to control athletes' time while simultaneously legislating them more freedom. No athletic activities other than competition (and associated activities) over an eight-hour overnight period, such as from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. Medical treatment in that window is still allowed.

  • Arizona guard Allonzo Trier cleared to play after passing drug test
    USA Today

    Arizona guard Allonzo Trier cleared to play after passing drug test

    TUCSON, Ariz. — The Arizona Athletic Department says it has received word that Allonzo Trier tested negative for a performance-enhancing drug in his latest test and will be eligible to play when the No. 13 Wildcats face No. 3 UCLA in Los Angeles on Saturday. The NCAA's blessing has long been awaited as Trier sat out the entire season, able to practice and travel with the team but unable to play in games. The school refused to say why Trier wasn't playing until the player released a statement this week saying he had inadvertently taken a substance with a trace amount of PED in it. He said the NCAA would not allow him to play until his system was completely cleared of the drug. BEST OF THE WEEK

  • No. 10 Florida State uses early run and outlasts No. 12 Louisville
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    No. 10 Florida State uses early run and outlasts No. 12 Louisville

    Using a hot start in which they jumped out to a 16-2 lead, No. 10 Florida State held on from there as they outlasted No. 12 Louisville for a 73-68 ACC home win. The Seminoles (18-2, 6-1) led for the entire game as this was a one-point game with under two minutes left with a chance for Louisville to take the lead. Both teams struggled to find consistent offense as 38.5 percent was the high mark between the two teams. Freshman Jonathan Isaac was a standout on both ends for the Seminoles as the 6-foot-10 forward displayed his versatility in so many ways. Isaac finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds as its his third consecutive double-double. Dwayne Bacon (16 points) and Terance Mann (15 points)