• NCAA remains opposed to legalized gambling; some schools want a cut

    The Score "The NCAA said Thursday it remains opposed to the idea of legalized sports wagering in the wake of May's historic U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn a decades-old federal ban. "While we certainly respect the Supreme Court's decision, our position on sports wagering..." July 21

  • Clemson basketball coach Brad Brownell receives new six-year deal

    The State "It took a little longer than expected, but Brad Brownell finally has a new deal. The Clemson men’s basketball coach had his six-year, $15 million contract approved by the Clemson Board of Trustees during a meeting Thursday morning. The deal runs through the 2023-24..." July 19

  • Former Mizzou tutor plans to reveal ‘full list’ of participants in academic fraud case

    College Basketball Talk "A former Missouri tutor that admitted in 2016 to providing improper academic benefits to multiple Tiger athletes on Monday said that she has been named in a new Notice of Allegations and intends to expose more people attached to the investigation. Yolanda Kumar tweeted that..." July 18

  • Former Cornell star Stone Gettings says he'll be an Arizona Wildcat

    Tucson Citizen "Four months after his Arizona basketball career ended, point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright flipped the Wildcats another assist. Jackson-Cartwright said he has been in frequent touch with Cornell forward Stone Gettings, a second-team all-Ivy League pick who told 247 Sports on Monday..." July 18

  • John Beilein, Michigan agree on contract extension

    Detroit News "It may have taken longer than Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel would’ve liked, but the deal is finally done. Men’s basketball coach John Beilein and the University of Michigan announced Wednesday they reached an agreement on a contract extension that will carry..." July 18

  • NCAA Final Four schedule: Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio and Indianapolis selected as hosts through 2026

    CBS Sports "The last time Los Angeles hosted a men's Final Four was 1972. The earliest it could possibly host another one is 2027.  The NCAA announced on Monday the future sites for Final Fours through 2026. To the surprise of some, Los Angeles and its glimmering..." July 17