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Gasaway: Top mystery teams of 2014-15
Syracuse leads teams with new talent in charge heading into the season
UNLV gets verbal commit from No. 26 Jackson
The UNLV Rebels have landed one of the top players in the Class of 2016 in Canadian forward Justin Jackson.
UCLA to increase student seating at Pauley
UCLA is increasing by nearly a quarter the number of student seats in the lower bowl of Pauley Pavilion for men's basketball games this season.
Miller: Arizona cautious with cleared Ashley
Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller said the Wildcats will be cautious with Brandon Ashley and may give him an extra day off from practice in the coming months as he returns from a broken foot that sidelined him for the final 16 games of last season.
South Carolina to guarantee scholarships
South Carolina will guarantee four-year scholarships in its "headcount" sports, becoming first SEC school to do so.
Miami's Cruz Uceda ineligible for half of year
Miami Hurricanes basketball newcomer Ivan Cruz Uceda will be ineligible for the first half of the season due to an NCAA rule requiring enrollment one year after high school graduation.
Self: Coach K's USA job not asset in recruiting
Kansas coach Bill Self and Arizona coach Sean Miller don't see a huge recruiting advantage for Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski or Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim coaching the men's national team. But if there is one, both coaches say they should promote it.
Stanford's Dawkins gets contract extension
Johnny Dawkins has been rewarded for his impressive NCAA tournament run last season and overall strides as Stanford coach, receiving a contract extension Wednesday.
Ex-Terp Mitchell cleared to play for Jackets
Maryland transfer Charles Mitchell was granted immediate eligibility Friday to play this season at Georgia Tech, a source with direct knowledge said.
Retired UConn athletic director Toner dies
John Toner, athletic director emeritus who is credited with building the University of Connecticut into a basketball power and hiring its two best-known coaches, has died. He was 91.