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Winona State Coach Resigned After Being Accused Of Drunkenly Molesting Player

Winona State basketball coach Mike Leaf resigned suddenly and mysteriously on June 26, soon after a complaint about him was filed to the school. Today the player who filed the complaint tells the Winona Daily News that Leaf sexually assaulted him.http://deadspin.com/do-you-know-wh... » 8/21/15 5:20pm 8/21/15 5:20pm

Report: Former Player Accuses Maryland Women's Basketball Coach Of Sexual Abuse

According to a report from the Washington Post’s Roman Stubbs, Maryland women’s assistant basketball coach Bryce McKey has been accused of sexual abuse by a player he coached while at Xavier, and had recruited since grade school. McKey is scheduled to be arraigned on a misdemeanor charge Friday morning in Kentucky’s… » 8/13/15 10:45pm 8/13/15 10:45pm

NCAA: Donnie Tyndall Hired Assistants To Do Players' Homework

Men’s basketball coach Donnie Tyndall lasted one season at Tennessee before the school canned him, but his firing wasn’t due to the Volunteers’ 16-16 record. Allegations surfaced that Tyndall had been directly involved in multiple NCAA academic violations at his previous employer, Southern Mississippi. The NCAA… » 7/28/15 2:16pm 7/28/15 2:16pm

Jalen Rose Calls Chris Webber "Delusional"

Four years ago ESPN released The Fab Five, a 30 for 30 documentary about the 1991 Michigan basketball recruiting class of Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson. The group reached the NCAA championship game in both their freshman and sophomore seasons but never won it all, memorably losing… » 5/14/15 10:05am 5/14/15 10:05am

Mark Cuban Says College Basketball Is Hideous And Unwatchable

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban joins a growing chorus of those calling for major changes to the rules and strategies of college basketball, which—to his eye—is “uglier than ugly,” relying on a plodding, disjointed style that results in boring games and fails to prepare players for the NBA. » 4/09/15 9:10am 4/09/15 9:10am

NCAA VP: Actually, Refs Did Have The Best Angle On Controversial Play

Yesterday, NCAA head of basketball officiating John Adams went on the radio and explained why officials failed to overturn an incorrect blown out-of-bounds call late during the NCAA title game: they never saw the crucial replay that showed a Duke player touching the ball last. But today Adams was contradicted by NCAA… » 4/08/15 8:01pm 4/08/15 8:01pm

NCAA Officiating Head: Refs Never Saw Best Angle Of Controversial Play

To most of America, it sure as hell looked like the Wisconsin Badgers got hosed by a blown out-of-bounds call in the final minutes of last night’s championship game. It was hard to imagine how the referees could have looked at the same replay angle that we all saw at home during their review and still awarded… » 4/07/15 4:39pm 4/07/15 4:39pm