- Holmes, No. 10 Texas snag 2K title | Brennan
- Kentucky pulls away from pesky Terriers
- Source: Longhorns PG Taylor out 4-6 weeks
- Okafor, Duke reach Coaches vs. Cancer final
- Boatright leads No. 17 UConn past Dayton
- New Mexico top scorer Neal has injured foot
- NCAA clears A&M's House to play this season
- Colorado St. extends Eustachy through '19
- Tarkanian remains hospitalized with pneumonia
- McCullough, No. 23 Syracuse hold off Iowa
- Gators G Carter (foot sprain) out vs. UL Monroe
- Judge rules against N.J.'s sports betting plan
- Brown: UNC scandal could hurt Smith legacy
- Fraschilla/Greenberg: Should Kansas worry?
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Miami coach Jim Larranaga discusses his team's upset of Florida, adjusting to a roster makeover and how often he flashes "The U" sign.
MSU Is Odd Team Out
Michigan State normally fits in just fine with Kentucky, Kansas and Duke, but this year the Spartans are the odd team out.
Johnson's Special Skill Set
Arizona freshman Stanley Johnson brings a wide array of skills. He could be the spark the Wildcats need to reach their potential.
Promising Signs At Duke
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Henderson All Grown Up
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Play Podcast Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg preview the national championship game between Connecticut and Kentucky.
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