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NCAA president 'anxiously' eyes Indiana law
NCAA president Mark Emmert said Monday he's keeping a close eye on possible changes -- if not a total repeal -- to a new Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians before it is scheduled to go into effect in July.
Ex-Hoosier Buckner: Pulling for UK perfection
Quinn Buckner says he and his 1976 Indiana teammates aren't chilling any champagne to uncork in celebration of a Kentucky loss.
Sources: Oklahoma State mulling Ford firing
The Oklahoma State Cowboys are considering the possibility of firing coach Travis Ford after being ousted in the first round of the NCAA tournament for the third straight year, sources confirmed to ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman.
Butler gives Holtmann extension through '21
Butler has given men's basketball coach Chris Holtmann a contract extension after he led the Bulldogs to the NCAA tournament's second round in his first season.
Man could win $1 million on Michigan St. bet
Almost every day, Derek Stevens likes to stop at the sportsbook at the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, located between the two properties he owns, to plunk down a bet.
Sources: Mullin agrees to be St. John's coach
Chris Mullin has agreed to a deal to become the next head coach at St. John's, multiple sources told ESPN.
Harrell, Rozier leaving Louisville for NBA draft
Junior forward Montrezl Harrell and sophomore guard Terry Rozier are planning to enter the NBA draft, coach Rick Pitino said Monday.
Sources: Vols closing in on deal with Barnes
Tennessee has offered its vacant coaching job to former Texas coach Rick Barnes, and the two sides are closing in on a deal, two sources with knowledge told ESPN.
Huskers' Pitchford skips final year of eligibility
Walter Pitchford says he's giving up his final season of eligibility at Nebraska to concentrate on finishing his degree.
Hunter leaving Ga. State, dad for NBA draft
Georgia State junior guard R.J. Hunter is heading to the NBA, he confirmed to ESPN.