Could Shocking Revelations Damage FBI’s NCAA…

Did the FBI‘s tactics delegitimize their findings in the college basketball corruption probe? SI executive editor Jon Wertheim and reporter Jake Fischer assess the fallout.

An unforgettable feeling

Louisville settles for $4.5 M with ex-AD Jurich…

Louisville settles for $4.5 million with former athletic director Tom Jurich over firing amid federal corruption scandal

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Duke's Allen understands he has to address…

Grayson Allen understands the concerns NBA teams might have about him after four polarizing seasons at Duke in which he attracted about as much attention for play that went over the line as he did for his accomplishments on the court

NCAA opens door to championships in states with…

The NCAA is opening a door for states with legalized sports gambling to host NCAA championship events and officials in Nevada are already set to get in the game as soon as they can

Calhoun says he expects to coach DIII Saint Joseph

Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun says he expects to be on the bench at the tiny Division III University of Saint Joseph in the fall, but still has some contractual issues with UConn to work out before that can be possible

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South Carolina plans statue of hoops star A'ja…

University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides closed graduation ceremonies by saying the school plans to build a statue to national women's basketball player of the year A'ja Wilson

Albany coach Scott Marr: NCAA lacrosse tourney a…

Reigning champion Maryland is the top seed as the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament begins

Indiana police officer killed in shootout honored…

A western Indiana police officer who was killed during a shootout with a homicide suspect was honored Wednesday as a hero who didn't flee from danger

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Green City, La Plata battle to move on to Final Four