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  • Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating

    Emmert: Freshmen ineligibility problematic, worth debating

    NEW YORK (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert is glad the Big Ten has sparked a discussion about freshman ineligibility, even though it is an idea fraught with potential pitfalls.

  • Transferring shooting guards Damion Lee, Sterling Smith nearing decisions

    Transferring shooting guards Damion Lee, Sterling Smith nearing decisions

    Former Calvert Hall standout Damion Lee spent the past five days meeting with coaches at three high profile programs, yet seems patient enough to finish the process of continuing to meet with the two other schools on the original list that he tweeted out nearly two weeks ago.

  • Second-degree rape charge against Melvin Scott dropped

    Second-degree rape charge against Melvin Scott dropped

    Durham, N.C., County District Attorney Roger Echols said Wednesday that his office dismissed a second-degree rape charge against former North Carolina player Melvin Scott (Southern-Baltimore) this week. Scott, 33, was arrested in November. A Durham police spokeswoman said at the time that the case...

  • Chas Brown, BCCC forward and Poly grad, commits to Albany

    Chas Brown, BCCC forward and Poly grad, commits to Albany

    Chas Brown was tired and discouraged. Two years removed from starring for Poly’s boys basketball team, Brown found himself installing cable for Comcast, taking some classes at Howard Community College, and adjusting to life as the father of a newborn daughter.

  • Sterling Smith transferring from Coppin State, mulling major program options

    Sterling Smith transferring from Coppin State, mulling major program options

    Coming out of high school in Chico, Calif., Sterling Smith didn't have any Division I basketball offers. After spending a year at a prep school in upstate New York, Smith had just two and chose Coppin State after former longtime coach Fang Mitchell saw the 6-foot-4 shooting guard play in a tournament...

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