College Basketball

A "Hail Mary" heave by UC Riverside's JP Moorman just shot down Arizona State.
The longtime coach has led Duke to five national championships and 12 Final Four appearances.
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Jalen Suggs banked in a shot from near midcourt at the buzzer, giving the heavily favored Zags a 93-90 overtime victory against upstart UCLA.
North Carolina announced Thursday that the three-time national championship-winning coach is retiring at the age of 70.
Andrew Clay of KATC in Louisiana just became a sportscasting hero.
Georgia Tech coach Nell Fortner wrote, “Thank you for using the three biggest weeks of your organization’s year to expose exactly how you feel about women’s basketball — an afterthought.”
"Nah, we ain’t forgetting this," one fan wrote on Twitter.
VanDerveer said she's "seeing men’s health valued at a higher level than that of women."
The organization made the changes after players and fans expressed outrage at the inequities between the women’s and men’s basketball tournaments.
NCAA official Dan Gavitt vowed to do better after photos showing the difference between the men’s and women’s tournament went viral on social media.
Women competing in March Madness get a rack of dumbbells and a pile of yoga mats. Men get a well-equipped gym and abundant swag.
In an apology, Greg McDermott said his comment "is not indicative of who I am as a person or as a coach."
The Bluefield College president suspended players because kneeling "shuts down a number of individuals from listening to the message" protesting racial injustice.
Keyontae Johnson, a forward for the University of Florida, collapsed during a game against Florida State earlier this month. The cause remains unknown.
The Georgetown legend mentored 26 players selected for the NBA draft during his tenure.
It’s the first Division I conference to cancel football games and other competition in the fall.
The NCAA announced it would cancel the immensely popular college basketball tournaments as the COVID-19 outbreak expands across the country.
The outspoken analyst, who covers the NCAA Tournament for CBS and Turner, made the statement as coronavirus fears mount.
The decision follows guidance from public health officials to limit large public gatherings on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.