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  1. Tennessee forward Emmanuel Negedu will not play during the 2009-10 season but will remain on scholarship after suffering sudden cardiac arrest last week.
    10-10-2009 by bobcocoboo
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  2. Kansas guard Brady Morningstar apologized to fans Thursday for his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
    10-10-2009 by bobcocoboo
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  3. Despite the chaos that engulfed his life over the summer and a preseason forecast full of low expectations, Louisville coach Rick Pitino is urging his team's players and fans to focus on the positive.
    17-10-2009 by homerseres
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  4. Former Indiana coach Bob Knight will not attend next week's induction into the athletic department's hall of fame.
    30-10-2009 by petepang71
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  5. Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl has dismissed Tyler Smith from the team following the arrest of Smith and three other players a week ago.
    09-01-2010 by dorotdrttd
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  6. A four-month investigation into troubles in the Binghamton University athletic department found school officials failed to act when problems arose, including dubious enrollments and lax enforcement of academic standards for athletes.
    12-02-2010 by jbonterent
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  7. A pair of losses sent Villanova into a free fall in the latest ESPN/USA Today men's basketball coaches poll released Monday.
    23-02-2010 by mirisommer
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  8. Philadelphia University coach Herb Magee has won his 903rd career game, moving past Hall of Famer Bob Knight to become the winningest men's coach in NCAA history.
    25-02-2010 by nadesnaaan
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  9. A raucous postgame dispute between New Mexico's Steve Alford and BYU senior Jonathan Tavernari has drawn a review from the Mountain West Conference, according to a report.
    02-03-2010 by mistaglali
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  10. Syracuse kept winning last week while Kansas, Kentucky and Purdue lost. The results were enough to boost the Orange to the No. 1 spot in the ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll, released Monday.
    02-03-2010 by mistaglali and 2 others
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