AD: NCAA sorry for late flight
SAN DIEGO -- The NCAA apologized to New Mexico State and said it will evaluate its travel policy after the Aggies had to fly home in the middle of the night following their second-round tournament loss and were met by only one bus at the airport.
Athletic director McKinley Boston said in a phone interview with The Associated Press on Monday that he received a call during the weekend from Dan Gavitt, vice president of the men's basketball championship.
"He said it was inconsistent ...
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