Thursday June 20th, 2024 1:49AM

AP Sports - Men's College Basketball

Ex-Illinois star Terrence Shannon Jr., potential first-round NBA draft pick, not guilty of rape
Former Illinois standout Terrence Shannon Jr., a potential first-round NBA draft pick, was found not guilty Thursday on a rape charge in Kansas
5:29PM ( 6 days ago )
UConn forward Karaban, Clemson guard Hunter heading back to school after withdrawing from NBA draft
UConn forward Alex Karaban is returning to school for a try at a third straight national title
5:07PM ( 3 weeks ago )
UConn forward Karaban, Arizona guard Love heading back to school after withdrawing from NBA draft
UConn forward Alex Karaban is returning to school for a try at a third straight national title
5:07PM ( 3 weeks ago )
UConn's Karaban, Alabama's Sears and Arizona's Love back in college after withdrawing from NBA draft
UConn forward Alex Karaban is returning to school for a try at a third straight national title
5:07PM ( 3 weeks ago )
With college athletes on cusp of revenue-sharing, there are Title IX questions that must be answered
The athlete pay system looming for college sports will bring questions about Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex discrimination for schools that receive federal funds
2:13AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Bayer Leverkusen finally loses but on list of storied sports teams with long unbeaten streaks
The record-setting run of Bayer Leverkusen is over at 51 games
11:00AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Power conferences, NCAA to vote on landmark $2.7 billion settlement as smaller leagues balk at terms
University presidents around the country are scheduled to meet this week to vote on whether to accept a proposed settlement of an antitrust lawsuit that would cost the NCAA nearly $3 billion
1:55PM ( 4 weeks ago )
Arkansas and coach John Calipari will face former team at Kentucky in SEC next season
Arkansas and coach John Calipari will face his former team at Kentucky next season
5:56PM ( 1 month ago )
NCAA removes cap on official recruiting visits in basketball to deal with unlimited transfers
The NCAA has approved a waiver that will allow men’s and women’s basketball programs to pay for unlimited official recruiting visits to help teams deals with roster depletion caused by transfers, according to a memo obtained by The Associated Press
1:34PM ( 1 month ago )