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  1. Report: Marist to hire … an NBA GM?

    Apr 10, 2013, 12:16 PM EDT

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    To follow along with the 2013 Coaching Carousel, click here. A former general manager and coach for the New Orleans Hornets, Jeff Bower, has reached an agreement on a contract with Marist. Bower was an associate head coach with the Red Foxes for five years in the early ’90s, but has spent parts of the past…

  2. Dominique Hawkins commits to Kentucky

    Apr 10, 2013, 10:48 AM EDT

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    Dominique Hawkins, a 6-foot-1 guard from Madison Central in Kentucky, has committed to the Wildcats. Hawkins isn’t a typical Kentucky basketball recruit. In fact, he’ll likely never see much playing time at the point guard spot. The schools that he picked Kentucky over? Appalachian State, Western Kentucky and Morehead State. Coach Cal didn’t bring him…

  3. Cody Zeller declares for the NBA Draft (UPDATED)

    Apr 10, 2013, 10:20 AM EDT

    Indiana Hoosiers Zeller shoots over Syracuse Orange Keita during the first half in their East Regional NCAA men's basketball game in Washington

    (CLICK HERE to follow along with who is turning pro and who is returning to school.) Cody Zeller is heading to the NBA. Indiana’s star center will made his intentions known this afternoon in a press conference. Draft Express projects him as the No. 6 pick in this year’s draft, one slot behind teammate Victor Oladipo, who…

  4. Scott Sanderson resigns at Lipscomb

    Apr 10, 2013, 8:00 AM EDT

    Lipscomb v Kentucky

    To follow along with the 2013 Coaching Carousel, click here. After 14 seasons as head coach, Scott Sanderson has resigned at Lipscomb. The university made the announcement official on their athletics website Tuesday afternoon. This is an end-of-an-era type move for the program, as Sanderson has been the Bison’s only coach since moving up from NAIA…

  5. On Tuesday night, Auriemma, UConn prove they’re on another level

    Apr 9, 2013, 11:38 PM EDT

    NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament - Final Four - Championship

    The world has never seen a more dominant performance in an NCAA Women’s National Championship Game than it saw Tuesday night. On a night that could’ve been a coronation for Louisville, sweeping both the men’s and women’s national titles in the same season — allowing them the same feeling that Geno Auriemma and the Lady…

  6. Great Eight: UConn women win eighth national title, roll over Louisville 93-60

    Apr 9, 2013, 10:52 PM EDT

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    It’s becoming something of a formality recently. If Geno Auriemma gets to the national title game, don’t bother betting against him. Auriemma and the UConn Lady Huskies used a first half  run to take control and dominate Louisville 93-60 to claim the program’s eighth national title at the Final Four in New Orleans. The win also…

  7. Jahii Carson will return to Arizona State

    Apr 9, 2013, 10:17 PM EDT

    UCLA v Arizona State

    (CLICK HERE to follow along with who is turning pro and who is returning to school.) Jahii Carson announced that he will return to Arizona State for his redshirt sophomore season on Tuesday afternoon, making the decision official in a statement on the athletic department website. Carson, who was named Pac-12 Co-Freshman of the Year with Shabazz Muhammad,…

  8. Report: Niagara coach Joe Mihalich hired at Hofstra

    Apr 9, 2013, 9:34 PM EDT

    Niagra v Notre Dame

    To follow along with the 2013 Coaching Carousel, click here. Looks like Hofstra may have found their next coach in Niagara’s Joe Mihalich. The Purple Eagles head man is reportedly the next coach of the Pride, according to Steven Marcus of Newsday. He has spent the past 15 seasons at Niagara, taking them to two NCAA…

  9. Russ Smith on the NBA Draft: “…This is the right time”

    Apr 9, 2013, 8:25 PM EDT

    Michigan v Louisville

    (CLICK HERE to follow along with who is turning pro and who is returning to school.) Earlier today, reports surfaced that Louisville’s Russ Smith would enter the NBA Draft. Well, the All-Big East guard seemingly made it official on Sirius XM’s College Sports Nation radio show, with Mark Packer and Bruce Pearl. He appeared Tuesday and explained…

  10. SEC will not renew contract of Coordinator of Officials Gerald Boudreaux

    Apr 9, 2013, 8:11 PM EDT

    SEC Basketball Tournament - Ole Miss v Florida

    The situation for college basketball officials doesn’t seem to be getting any better. Reports have surfaced that Gerald Boudreaux, Coordinator of Officials for the Southeastern Conference, will not have his contract renewed, according to ESPN.com’s Andy Katz. No reason was given for the action. This comes a little over a week after Pac-12 Conference officiating…

  11. The Crossover: We applaud Spike Albrecht’s confidence (VIDEO)

    Apr 9, 2013, 7:55 PM EDT

    Michigan Wolverines' Albrecht celebrates after a three point basket against the Louisville Cardinals during the first half of their NCAA men's Final Four championship basketball game in Atlanta

    Spike Albrecht virtually came out of nowhere to help Michigan’s title game cause, but that’s not the reason Michelle Beadle and Dave Briggs applaud his effort. Not long after Louisville cut down the net, Albrecht logged on to Twitter to hit on a certain SI swimsuit model.

  12. Duke’s Ryan Kelly has foot surgery, out 12 weeks

    Apr 9, 2013, 7:35 PM EDT

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    Ryan Kelly had surgery to repair damage to the same foot he broke earlier this season, his second surgery on the foot in 13 months, according to multiple reports. The Duke forward, who was a senior this season, missed 13 games after breaking the foot in a win over Clemson on Jan. 8. He averaged…

  13. Despite NCAA rift, Rick Pitino, staff visit Louisville women’s team

    Apr 9, 2013, 6:45 PM EDT

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    There had been some controversy whether the NCAA would allow the Louisville men’s team to fly to New Orleans on Tuesday to support the school’s women’s team  in their shot making it two national titles in two days for the athletic department. Coach Rick Pitino told the media they were denied a chance to go…

  14. Report: Marquette forward Chris Otule will be back for sixth year

    Apr 9, 2013, 6:30 PM EDT

    Syracuse v Marquette

    Chris Otule will reportedly be back for a sixth year at Marquette. The 6-11, 275-pound center will come back to campus for a fourth full season with the Golden Eagles, according to CBSSports.com’s Jeff Goodman. Otule has missed most of two seasons with the program. As a freshman in 2008-09, he missed all but nine…

  15. Ben McLemore will leave Kansas, enter NBA Draft

    Apr 9, 2013, 5:40 PM EDT

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    (CLICK HERE to follow along with who is turning pro and who is returning to school.) Add Ben McLemore to the growing list of players declaring for the NBA Draft today. The Kansas redshirt freshman will forgo his final three seasons of eligibility and enter the draft, making the announcement at a Tuesday afternoon press conference. The…

  16. LIU-Brooklyn’s Julian Boyd granted sixth year of eligibility

    Apr 9, 2013, 5:11 PM EDT

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    Julian Boyd will be back at LIU-Brooklyn next season after the NCAA granted him a sixth year of eligibility. The school released a statement Tuesday afternoon confirming the news. “I am thrilled with the news of Julian being awarded a sixth year of eligibility,” head men’s basketball coach Jack Perri said in the release. “He…

  17. Providence’s Ricky Ledo declares for NBA Draft

    Apr 9, 2013, 4:22 PM EDT

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    (CLICK HERE to follow along with who is turning pro and who is returning to school.) Providence’s Ricardo Ledo is headed to the NBA Draft, forgoing all four years of eligibility he’d have with the Friars. Ledo, a Providence native, announced he was headed to the draft through the school’s athletic website. The 6-7, 195-pounder swingman was…

  18. Spike Albrecht’s first half performance isn’t shocking to those that know him

    Apr 9, 2013, 2:58 PM EDT

    Michigan Wolverines' Albrecht reacts after a three point basket against the Louisville Cardinals during the first half of their NCAA men's Final Four championship basketball game in Atlanta

    Luke Hancock captivated the Final Four with his 3-point shooting and the heartwarming story he carried with him to at Atlanta. But for the first 2o minute of Monday night’s national championship game, it was all about Michael “Spike” Albrecht. He entered the game after player of the year Trey Burke was hit with his…

  19. Poor officiating puts a black-eye on a thrilling, memorable Final Four

    Apr 9, 2013, 2:03 PM EDT

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    ATLANTA — This year’s Final Four was as good of a Final Four as you will ever see. All three games were thrilling, capped off by one of the most entertaining basketball games that I’ve watched in a long, long time. And frankly, it was a perfect way to end this season, one that reinvigorated…

  20. Report: Mike Rice used gay slurs directed at players while at Robert Morris

    Apr 9, 2013, 1:28 PM EDT

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    According to a report from the AP, Rice used gay slurs directed at player and threw basketballs at them during practice. And frankly, that isn’t all that much of a surprise. If he was doing those kind of things at Rutgers, it was a pretty safe bet he was doing them before he got to…