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Louisville Cardinals men's basketball self-imposes a 2016 postseason ban

By Matt Norlander | Staff Writer

The Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball program has removed itself from eligibility for all postseason activity in 2016, a school source confirmed to CBS Sports on Friday afternoon. 454 more words


Louisville To Self-Impose One-Year NCAA Tournament Ban According To Reports

Louisville is preparing a press conference for 1:30 p.m. today during which the school will make some kind of announcement regarding its basketball program. According to several local reporters, the school will announce a self-imposed, one-year NCAA Tournament ban. 132 more words


Des Moines Prepping for Another Round of National Attention

DES MOINES, Iowa — Three days ago, political ads flooded our television screens as the country waited for the results of the Iowa Caucuses, but those days have come and gone. 335 more words


NCAA academic committee considering changes to rating system

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA may start holding schools more accountable for the academic progress of athletes who are graduate transfers.

An increasing number of football and men’s basketball players are changing schools after earning diplomas and many end up not earning a second degree. 527 more words


2016 Recruits Bring New Hope to UMass Basketball

DeJon Jarreau and Brison Gresham, high school teammates, join forces to headline the 2016 UMass recruiting class. (Photo via masslive.com)

This year has not been one of the best for the UMass Minutemen basketball team, who currently have a 9-12 record through February and are 12th in the Atlantic 10 conference. 402 more words


Keith Cavanaugh On Maryland's Football Recruiting And Another Basketball Win

Keith Cavanaugh is the publisher of the Terrapin Times.

Keith joined Ken and Steve to talk about Maryland’s football recruiting class and the basketball teams win over Nebraska. 204 more words


March Forecast II: Evaluating Dayton's NCAA tournament chances

Forty one days remain until Selection Sunday, the unofficial basketball holiday of college basketball. The Dayton Flyers hope the only questions they have March 13 are: 477 more words

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