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Williams: 'Feel strongly' Heels did things right
The specter of another NCAA probe has taken its toll on North Carolina coach Roy Williams.
Donovan on Muschamp: He's working his tail off
Billy Donovan threw his support behind embattled Florida football coach Will Muschamp and said that his colleague has been focused on trying to turn around the downtrodden Gators.
Judge blocks sports gambling in New Jersey
A U.S. District Judge granted a temporary restraining order to the NCAA, NFL and other major professional sports leagues Friday, crushing a New Jersey racetrack's hopes of offering legal sports betting this weekend.
UConn, Hoyas to renew rivalry next season
UConn and Georgetown have agreed to renew their basketball rivalry, which ended with the split of the old Big East conference.
Sources: Syracuse to face NCAA Oct. 30-31
Syracuse's men's basketball and football programs are under NCAA investigation for allegations, including providing extra benefits and academic issues, that date back at least 10 years, a source told ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
Homecoming: Williams returning to Phog
Former Kansas coach Roy Williams is returning to Allen Fieldhouse for first time since leaving for North Carolina.
Judge questions $75M concussion settlement
A federal judge overseeing a first-of-its-kind head injury settlement with the NCAA expressed concerns Thursday about some terms and the scope of the $75 million deal that encompasses all athletes going back decades.
Iowa State guard Cooke to have hip surgeries
Iowa State guard Hallice Cooke will have surgery to repair cartilage tears in both hips and will be out six to eight months.
All-SEC: Kentucky players in 5 of 10 spots
Fifty percent of the players on this year's preseason all-SEC squads play for Kentucky.
O'Bannon lawyers want $50M from NCAA
The bill has come in for former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon's successful court challenge of the NCAA -- and it's a whopper.