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  • NCAA reveals COVID-19 contingency plans for basketball tournaments

    Four teams will be placed in order and serve as a replacement should any conference with multiple bids have a school unable to play due to COVID-19 issues.
  • Arizona Wildcats go cold late, fall at home to Stanford

    Thursday's victory marked Stanford's first win at the McKale Center — and first sweep of Arizona — since 2008. The Wildcats are now 115-15 at McKale.
  • Duke falls out of AP Top 25; Gonzaga, Baylor remain 1-2

    Gonzaga and Baylor maintained their grip on the top two spots in The Associated Press men's basketball poll Monday while UCLA made its first appearance.
  • Villanova pauses hoops, coach Jay Wright tests positive for COVID-19

    Villanova coach Jay Wright has tested positive for COVID-19 and the No. 5 Wildcats have paused basketball activities, postponing the team's game vs. Xavier.
  • No fans to be allowed at Rose Bowl for CFP semifinal game

    No spectators will be allowed at the Rose Bowl for the College Football Playoff semifinal on Jan. 1 because of COVID-19 restrictions.
  • Vanderbilt K Sarah Fuller becomes first woman to play in Power 5

    Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller became the first woman to participate in a Power Five conference football game on Saturday against Missouri.
  • NCAA men’s basketball tournament to be held in 1 location in 2021

    Due to coronavirus concerns, the 2021 NCAA men's basketball tournament will be held in one location instead of the 13 designated sites.
  • NCAA Division I Council agrees on Nov. 25 start date for basketball

    The NCAA Division I Council announced on Wednesday it has voted to begin the 2020-21 college basketball season on Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving.
  • Memo: NCAA to furlough its entire staff for 3-8 weeks

    The NCAA will furlough its entire Indianapolis-based staff of about 600 employees for three to eight weeks in a cost-saving move.
  • Pac-12 player group ‘disappointed’ after commissioner call

    The Pac-12 players of the “WeAreUnited” movement said they were “disappointed and deeply concerned” after a recent meeting with the commissioner.