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Moments of impact

Oklahoma's Buddy Hield claimed the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week after scoring 32 points in a comeback win over LSU.

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Va. Tech runner charged in death of 13-year-old

A Virginia Tech student who had been listed as a member of the cross country team has been charged with murder in the death of a 13-year-old girl whose remains were found in North Carolina.

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Michael Phelps crashes the 'Curtain of Distraction' (0:41)
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Notre Dame, UNO on opposite paths

Notre Dame is on a roll, with a win streak going back to November, but the opposite is true of Nebraska-Omaha, a Frozen Four team a year ago. Check out those trends and more from college hockey.

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Div. II coach ties Summitt for wins at 4-year school

Harry Statham, in his 50th season as McKendree University men's basketball coach matched Pat Summitt's mark for most wins at a four-year school, getting his 1,098th Thursday night.

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Beer, wine to be sold in general seating at CWS

The NCAA will start a one-year pilot program to sell beer and wine in general seating areas at the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, and Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City.

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Snow swimming is the next big thing (0:16)
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Power 5: Team docs get final say on concussions

A new rule, approved during the second annual autonomy session at the NCAA convention, affirms the "unchallengeable autonomous authority" of team trainers and physicians regarding concussions.

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North Dakota State wins fifth straight FCS title (1:38)
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Rooney rule system proposed for NCAA schools

The Eddie Robinson rule, if adopted, would require NCAA institutions to interview at least one minority candidate for all head-coaching and leadership positions before making their final hires.

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Championship Moment (2:59)
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Former NCAA president Albert Witte, 92, dies

Albert Witte, a former NCAA president who taught for six decades at the University of Arkansas School of Law and helped hire then-26-year-old Bill Clinton, has died at the age of 92.

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Volleyball finals on the horizon

The NCAA women's volleyball Final Four begins Thursday with No. 2 seed Minnesota versus No. 3 Texas and No. 4 Nebraska against No. 9 Kansas.

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Stanford claims men's soccer title (0:51)
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NCAA joins group backing LGBT rights in Indiana

The NCAA is supporting efforts to get Indiana lawmakers to add LGBT civil rights protections into state law, announcing Wednesday that it joined a coalition of businesses pushing for the change.

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  • Capital One Performance of the Week

    Oklahoma's Buddy Hield claimed the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week after scoring 32 points in a comeback win over LSU.