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NCAA prez Emmert: Food rule was 'absurd'
NCAA president Mark Emmert said Friday that he was happy to take pressure off the NCAA and its member schools as the governing body's legislative council voted earlier this week to eliminate all the previous restrictions on food.
NCAA proposes hardship transfers sit 1 year
Student-athletes who seek transfers due to "difficult life circumstances" might have to sit out a season but gain an extra year of eligibility starting in 2015-16.
Haith leaving Mizzou, agrees to coach Tulsa
Missouri coach Frank Haith has verbally agreed to become the next coach at Tulsa, Haith confirmed Friday morning in a text to ESPN.com.
Gasaway: Nova can repeat in Big East
Wildcats, Musketeers lead early superlatives for 2014-15 season
Kentucky's Young declares for NBA draft
Kentucky freshman James Young is the first Wildcat to officially declare for the NBA draft.
Mich. State celebrates late Princess Lacey
Lacey Holsworth did not stop smiling until cancer took her life.
Freshman Parker leaving Duke to enter draft
Duke freshman Jabari Parker is passing up his final three years of eligibility to enter the NBA draft.
Gonzaga signs son of former Blazer Sabonis
Gonzaga has signed Domantas Sabonis, the son of former NBA big man Arvydas Sabonis.
Adams to return to UCLA, bypass NBA draft
UCLA's Jordan Adams will return to school for his junior season, the Bruins announced Thursday.
Goodman: The 2014 transfer list
Tracking every transfer in college basketball for the 2014 offseason