Tuesday March 20th, 2018 3:29PM

College Sports

'AP Sports Weekly' podcast: Which one of you is Cinderella?
'AP Sports Weekly' podcast co-hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg dial their rivalry up a few notches with a debate over which team is the NCAA tournament's most charming underdog
1:36PM ( 1 hour ago )
Penny Hardaway takes over as Memphis' new basketball coach
Memphis introduces former NBA star Penny Hardaway as its new men's basketball coach
12:57PM ( 2 hours ago )
Oklahoma's Trae Young leaving for NBA after freshman season
Oklahoma star Trae Young is leaving for the NBA after a standout freshman season that ended with him leading the nation in scoring and assists
11:45AM ( 3 hours ago )
Leagues, casinos lobby states for cut of legal sports bets
More than a third of U.S. states are considering legislation to legalize sports gambling as leagues, casinos angle for the biggest possible cut
2:40AM ( 12 hours ago )
Loyola returns home for Sweet 16 prep as talk of Chicago
Loyola-Chicago is getting ready to face Nevada after two breathtaking victories, a run that has captivated college basketball and turned a 98-year-old team chaplain into a quasi-celebrity
2:22AM ( 13 hours ago )
MAC Attack! Buffalo, Central Michigan reach first Sweet 16
Buffalo and Central Michigan are crashing the women's Sweet 16
11:37PM ( 15 hours ago )
UConn beats Quinnipiac, reaches 25th straight Sweet 16
Napheesa Collier scored 23 points and top-seeded UConn beat in-state rival Quinnipiac 71-46 on Monday to advance to the programs 26th Sweet 16 and 25th in a row
10:37PM ( 16 hours ago )
Duke beats cold-shooting Georgia, to face UConn in regional
Leaonna Odom scores 16 points to lead fifth seed Duke to 66-40 win over fourth seed Georgia in women's NCAA Tournament
10:18PM ( 17 hours ago )
Michigan State's crisis affected Tom Izzo and his program
Tom Izzo walked into his final news conference before a game this season and saw Michigan State's interim president conducting interviews
7:58PM ( 19 hours ago )
Purdue coach doesn't believe Haas will play even with brace
Purdue coach Matt Painter does not expect starting center Isaac Haas to play again this season even if the NCAA approves a brace to protect his fractured right elbow
6:05PM ( 21 hours ago )