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· Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports reports that Maryland and Rutgers are in serious talks to join the Big Ten.
· Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports writes that adding Maryland and Rutgers would be a gamble for the Big Ten.
· Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com wonders if the Big Ten could eventually pry North Carolina loose from the Atlantic Coast Conference.
· Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated has a simple reaction to the possibility of more conference realignment: “Here we go again.”
· Jumping to the Big Ten would be a move that tosses away tradition for Maryland in favor of more money writes Peter Schmuck of The Baltimore Sun.
· IU signee Noah Vonleh was dominant on Saturday at the National Prep Showcase according to Jerry Meyer of 247Sports.
· Dana O’Neil of ESPN.com weighs-in on the NCAA’s decision to reinstate UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad.
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UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad is eligible to play for the Bruins men's basketball immediately, the NCAA announced Friday.
Muhammad, a 6-foot-6 swingman from Las Vegas who was listed by many as the nations top high men's basketball school recruit, is expected to travel with UCLA to New York on Saturday for its games in the Legends Classic tournament.
Muhammad is expected...
The NCAA ruled UCLA freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad eligible to play Friday, and the star freshman guard is set to make his Bruins debut Monday night.
The NCAA said Friday that UCLA's sanctions against Muhammad were sufficient after the school required him to sit out three games and repay $1,600 in impermissible benefits. The NCAA and UCLA found that Muhammad accepted travel...
The much-anticipated debut of freshman Shabazz Muhammad couldn't produce a win for UCLA.
Perhaps a matchup with slumping Georgia will.
The 11th-ranked Bruins will try to rebound from their first loss of the season Tuesday night against the Bulldogs in the third-place game of the Legends Classic in Brooklyn.
Declared ineligible by the NCAA earlier this month following an investigation...
The national profile of this week’s Legends Classic games at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., was raised on Friday when UCLA freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad won an appeal from the NCAA and became eligible immediately.
The Bruins, ranked No. 13 in the latest Associated Press top 25 poll, are 3-0 without Muhammad and will play Georgetown in the second game on Monday evening...
NEW YORK -- The Shabazz Muhammad Era finally has begun at UCLA -- if you want to call one season an era, that is. But fans expecting one of the nation's most explosive freshmen to live up to the hype in his first career game were disappointed by Muhammad's debut in the Bruins' 78-70 loss to Georgetown on Monday night at the Barclays Center.
Sure, Muhammad, the No. 2...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Markel Starks scored 23 points and Georgetown beat No. 11 UCLA 78-70 in the semifinals of the Progressive Legends Classic on Monday night at the Barclays Center, spoiling the college debut of Shabazz Muhammad.
Otto Porter had 18 points, 11 rebounds and five assists for the Hoyas (3-0), who will face No. 1 Indiana in Tuesday night's championship game. The Hoosiers...
The crowd at the Barclays Center was keeping its eyes on the court as much as possible. The fans were all keeping an eye on Shabazz Muhammad.
When would the heralded freshman from UCLA, who was cleared to play the NCAA just three days ago, enter a college game for the first time?
For history's sake the 6-foot-6 lefty from Las Vegas entered the game against Georgetown with 14...
UCLA's next game will mark one of the most highly anticipated debuts in college basketball, as freshman Shabazz Muhammad will hit for the floor for the Bruins as they meet Georgetown in a Legends Classic semifinal at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Monday night.
The No. 13 Bruins (3-0) will finally have Muhammad, considered by many to be the No. 1 recruit in his class. The...