• UConn Men's Basketball Kevin Ollie Charges UConn With Violating His Right To Due Process

    Hartford Courant "Kevin Ollie’s contract dispute with UConn, not surprisingly, is getting messier. Ollie’s lawyers have sent UConn President Susan Herbst a letter accusing the school of violating his constitutional rights by firing him for “just cause” before giving him an opportunity to contest the decision...." April 19

  • Villanova gets off to fast start landing Eric Dixon

    247 Sports "Villanova and Jay Wright are coming off of a dominant run to a national championship, and it should be no surprise that things are going well on the recruiting trail. On Tuesday the Wildcats reeled in one of the best players in the area in four-star power forward Eric Dixon who announced the..." April 17

  • David Beatty becomes third South Carolina men's basketball player to leave since end of season

    The Post and Courier "The attrition from South Carolina’s basketball team continues. On Monday, freshman guard David Beatty became the third player to transfer since the season ended. “We want to thank David for everything he did for our program during his time with us, and we wish him the best on and off the court..." April 17

  • University of Miami basketball team lands highly touted transfer guard

    Miami Herald "University of Wyoming freshman guard Anthony Mack, who sat out the season with concussion issues, is transferring to the University of Miami, where he will be reunited with high school teammate Deng Gak. UM is applying for an NCAA waiver that would allow Mack to be eligible immediately and have..." April 16

  • Source: Omer Yurtseven signs with Georgetown

    247 Sports "North Carolina State transfer Omer Yurtseven signed scholarship papers with Georgetown, a source tells 247Sports. Yurtseven, a 7-foot, 245-pound center from Istanbul, Turkey, played two seasons at N.C. State, before announcing he would transfer on March 21st. When Yurtseven announced his..." April 16

  • Rick Pitino Wants the Siena Job

    The Big Lead "In an amazing display of confidence, repeatedly disgraced college basketball coach Rick Pitino would like to coach at Sienna, reports the Times-Union. Pitino wants to discuss the opening with Siena officials, said Loudonville thoroughbred owner Roddy Valente, a longtime friend who is a..." April 15

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