1. Ex-North Carolina Player: Women's Basketball a 'Scapegoat'

    Even though North Carolina likely won't respond to the NCAA's Notice of Allegations for another few weeks, one of the school's former women's basketball players fears she knows what's coming...

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  2. Pitino Says His 2015-16 Louisville Team Would Beat His Puerto Rican Team

    So does this just mean next season's Cardinal team will be really, really good? Or Puerto Rico is just *that* bad? They dropped a 82-59 decision to Brazil yesterday to open competition in Toronto...

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  3. Incoming Kentucky Freshman Jamal Murray Impresses Steve Nash

    Steve Nash knows basketball talent when he sees it, so it says something when the former NBA MVP was impressed by incoming Kentucky freshman Jamal Murray's debut in the Pan American Games...

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  4. OSU Hoops: Tre Evans De-Commits

    Tre Evans announced, via Twitter, that he's no longer committed to Oklahoma State, saying that "My family and I have decided the best thing for me and my future is to reopen my recruiting...

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  5. Joe Schobert Shows UW Football Players Can Hoop, Too

    Joe Schobert, like predecessor Jim Leonhard, showed members of the Wisconsin men's basketball team UW football players can throw down, too. .....

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  6. Southern Miss Expected to Receive NCAA Notice of Allegations Soon

    The NCAA has concluded its investigation into the Southern Miss men's basketball program and is expected to send a notice of allegations to the school at some point in the next week, a source told CBSSports...

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  7. UW's Hayes Gives Opinion on LB's Dunking Skills

    I'll admit, football players may dunk better, but we're still better at shooting, dribbling, passing, defense, etc.. .....

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  8. Watch: Wisconsin LB Shows Hops with 180 Jam

    Told the young bucks I could dunk and they didn't believe me! Hopefully today proved me right! @zackbizzaun .....

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  9. Watch: Wisconsin LB Joe Schobert's Windmill Jam

    Wisconsin has been to the Final Four in men's basketball the past two seasons and nearly won the national title in April. So we knew there was a lot of basketball talent on campus in Madison...

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  10. 5 Offseason Questions on the SEC

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  11. Jayson Tatum's College, Pro Projections

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  12. Former Husker Recruit Monte Harrison Suffers Gruesome Broken Ankle

    One-time Husker recruit Monte Harrison suffered a broken ankle while rounding third base Tuesday night, an injury that will sideline the Milwaukee Brewers prospect just as he'd started to settle into a groove...

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  13. Alaska Has Emerging Prospect in Hepa

    Five scholarship offers have already found their way to 2018 Alaskan forward Kamaka Hepa, whose skill level and feel for the game will warrant a lot more attention over the coming years...

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  14. Kaleb Tarczewski, Jamal Murray Shine on Opening Night in the Pan-Am Games

    An American team that includes seven collegiate players won their opener in the Pan-Am Games, coming from behind to knock off Venezuela, 85-62. .....

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  15. Dawkins to Compete with Top High Schoolers, Collegians at Global Nations

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  16. Five Teams That Should Make the NCAA Tournament

    I was recently having dinner out with a couple of buddies. The conversation turned to college basketball, and we talked about several teams from last season. We looked at a few surprises and disappointments...

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  17. Johnson, Wood Lead Braves to Scrappy Win over Dodgers

    ATLANTA -- Chris Johnson drove in two runs, Alex Wood overcame control problems on a hot night and the Atlanta Braves beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3 on Tuesday night. .....

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  18. Juan Uribe Drives Home Game Winner to Beat Dodgers Again

    Old friend Juan Uribe drove home the go-ahead run for the second straight night, lifting the Braves to a 4-3 win over the Dodgers on Tuesday at Turner Field. .....

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  19. Puig and Turner Homer in 4-3 Loss to Braves

    Justin Turner and Yasiel Puig each hit solo homers, but the Los Angeles Dodgers fell to the Atlanta Braves 4-3 on Tuesday at Turner Field. .....

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  20. Final: Brett Anderson Injured as Dodgers Lose to Braves 4-3

    ATLANTA – The Dodgers ' starting rotation took another blow Tuesday night when left-hander Brett Anderson left the game in the third inning due to a leg injury. .....

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  21. Braves 4, Dodgers 3

    How the game was won: The Braves answered Justin Turner's first-inning solo shot with two runs in the bottom half of the inning. Both runs scored on RBI groundouts. .....

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  22. Bullpen Struggles, Nats Lose 7-2

    Joe Ross retired the first nine hitters he faced before running into some trouble in the fourth. Curtis Granderson led off the inning with a single to center and then stole second. A groundout from Ruben Tejada moved Granderson to third...

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  23. Ross Tops deGrom, but Mets Top Nats

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Jacob deGrom may be the reigning NL Rookie of the Year and may have been coming off a lights-out performance in the All-Star Game last week, but for six innings ...

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  24. Mets Score Month's Worth of Runs in Support of Jacob DeGrom

    WASHINGTON - Just mentioning Michael Conforto's name seems to have sparked the Mets dreary offense. .....

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  25. Takeaways from the Mets 7-2 Win over the Nationals on Tuesday

    The Mets came from behind to defeat the Nationals by the score of 7-2 on Tuesday night at Nationals Park in Washington. Here are my takeaways from the win… .....

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