Complaint: Rule Discriminates Against Minority PlayersA rule adopted during the desegregation era in Kansas to limit out-of-state players on community college basketball and football teams discriminates against minority students, complaints filed with the NAACP allege.
MSU's Valentine Edges Out Hield To Win AP Player Of The Year AwardDenzel Valentine of Michigan State is The Associated Press Player of the Year, edging out Oklahoma's Buddy Hield by three votes.
Baylor Women In 3rd-Straight Elite 8 With 78-58 Win Over FSUBaylor is going to the Elite Eight for the third straight year after a 78-58 victory over Florida State on Saturday.
Texas Women Come From Behind To Beat UCLA 72-64 In BridgeportTexas scored the first 10 points of the fourth to take a 58-54 lead, and did not trail again.
Hield Gets 37, Oklahoma Beats Oregon 80-68 To Hit Final FourOklahoma advanced to its first Final Four since 2002 with an 80-68 victory over Oregon in the West Region final of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Is Coach K The Best College Basketball Coach Ever?Coach K's Duke teams always win or at least contend. Is the legendary college basketball coach equal to UCLA's John Wooden?
Rising Star: Oklahoma Forward Khadeem LattinThe Oklahoma Sooners’ strength is their perimeter shooting, but their secret weapon is 6’9” forward Khadeem Lattin
Doing It All: Versatile Walkup, Stephen F. Austin Face IrishNotre Dame forward Bonzie Colson was in the locker room, still digesting a first-round victory against Michigan when he got the inevitable question: What do you know about your next opponent?
Rising Star: Seton Hall Guard Isaiah WhiteheadThe sophomore scored 70 points in three days—and added 19 rebounds and 17 assists—to lead Seton Hall to its first Big East title since 1993.
Kentucky Edges Texas A&M 82-77 For 29th SEC Tourney TitleThe 16th-ranked Wildcats beat No. 17 Texas A&M 82-77 in overtime on Sunday.
No. 17 Texas A&M Aggies Trounce LSU 71-38 In SEC TournamentThe Aggies will play for the Southeastern Conference Tournament title on Sunday.
One-And-Done Hurts March MadnessCollege basketball would be more enjoyable if marquee players stayed in school longer. But those dynasty days aren't coming back.

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