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Judge questions $75M concussion settlement
A federal judge overseeing a first-of-its-kind head injury settlement with the NCAA expressed concerns Thursday about some terms and the scope of the $75 million deal that encompasses all athletes going back decades.
Brown: Reasons Northwestern missed NCAAs
Northwestern remains the only Power 5 school to never have made an NCAA tournament. What's holding the Wildcats back?
Iowa State guard Cooke to have hip surgeries
Iowa State guard Hallice Cooke will have surgery to repair cartilage tears in both hips and will be out six to eight months.
Homecoming: Williams returning to Phog
Former Kansas coach Roy Williams is returning to Allen Fieldhouse for first time since leaving for North Carolina.
UNC probe: Advisers pushed sham classes
An report commissioned by the University of North Carolina says school academic advisers steered athletes into sham classes over an 18-year period but does not directly implicate coaches or athletic administrators in the scheme.
All-SEC: Kentucky players in 5 of 10 spots
Fifty percent of the players on this year's preseason all-SEC squads play for Kentucky.
O'Bannon lawyers want $50M from NCAA
The bill has come in for former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon's successful court challenge of the NCAA -- and it's a whopper.
Butler coach remains on leave of absence
The only thing the Butler basketball staff and program knows for sure is that the season will start on Nov. 15.
Leagues file order to derail N.J. sports betting
The NCAA, NFL and other major professional sports leagues filed a motion for a temporary restraining order Tuesday in an effort to halt legalized sports betting in New Jersey.
C Thomas, No. 29 overall, picks Texas A&M
Texas A&M has capped off its outstanding 2015 class by landing a commitment from center Elijah Thomas, the No. 29-ranked player in the ESPN 100.