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Green Bay coach to keep job after investigation
Following the conclusion of an independent investigation into claims that he mistreated multiple players, Wisconsin-Green Bay coach Brian Wardle will retain his current post, according to a release distributed by the school Friday afternoon.
SEC hires Vincent as associate commissioner
The Southeastern Conference has hired LSU administrator Herb Vincent as associate commissioner for communications.
Coach K calls Team USA 'ultimate honor'
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski just couldn't pass on "the ultimate honor" of representing his country again as the U.S. men's national team coach.
Elon joining Colonial in latest expansion move
Elon is joining the Colonial Athletic Association for the 2014-15 season.
SF Pinson commits to play for in-state Heels
Greensboro native Theo Pinson, the No. 13 player in the ESPN 60, has chosen to stay in-state, as he committed to North Carolina on Wednesday afternoon.
Florida F Yeguete has surgery on right knee
Florida Gators senior forward Will Yeguete underwent arthroscopic surgery Wednesday morning to clean up his right knee, the school announced.
Vanderbilt blocks Jeter from transferring to Pitt
Vanderbilt is blocking one of its players from transferring to Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Tuesday.
UConn reinstates Wolf after charges dropped
Connecticut center Enosch Wolf has been reinstated to the team following a decision last month by prosecutors to drop charges in a domestic violence case.
Boeheim: Melo needs better supporting cast
Jim Boeheim is convinced Carmelo Anthony will continue to fall short of a championship if the New York Knicks maintain the core of their current lineup.
Pittsburgh highlights Legends Classic field
Pittsburgh, playing its first season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, highlights the teams that will play in the championship round of this year's Legends Classic at Barclays Center.