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Wednesday’s Three Things to Know: Plenty of Bubble action, Bucknell earns a bid

The bubble had plenty of action on Wednesday night while Bucknell earned an autobid from the Patriot League.

VIDEOS: Texas guard Kerwin Roach loses tooth after taking an elbow

Texas guard Kerwin Roach lost a tooth to an inadvertent elbow in the Big 12 Tournament.

Arizona State, Oklahoma’s losses show why conference play always matters in college basketball

Arizona State and Oklahoma's downfall the past two months show that conference play still matters.

Introducing Cinderella: Dangerous Bucknell is headed back to the Big Dance

Bucknell is headed to the NCAA tournament for the second consecutive season after winning the Patriot League.

VIDEO: Colorado coach Tad Boyle injured in late-game skirmish with Arizona State

The end of the Colorado and Arizona State Pac-12 Tournament game got heated as Colorado head coach Tad Boyle appeared to injure himself.

Kansas center Udoka Azubuike to miss Big 12 Tournament with injury

Kansas will be without sophomore center Udoka Azubuike for the Big 12 Tournament after he was injured in practice this week.

Atlantic 10 Postseason Preview and Awards

The Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament begins in Washington D.C. this week.

Dan Patrick Show: Kentucky’s John Calipari believes ‘one-and-done’ rule should go

Kentucky head coach John Calipari emphatically responds to a recent statement that he shouldn’t be commenting on education. Cal also gives his take on the “one-and-done” rule.

SEC Tournament Preview and Postseason Awards

The SEC tournament is going to be the most difficult to predict.

San Diego head coach Lamont Smith no longer facing domestic violence charges

The alleged domestic dispute occurred at the team hotel following the Toreros' win at San Francisco in late February.

Introducing Cinderella: College of Charleston Cougars

The CAA regular season and tournament champions will make their first NCAA appearance since 1999.

No. 16 Vols beat Georgia 66-61, win share of SEC title

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Admiral Schofield scored 23 points to lead Tennessee’s second-half comeback Saturday as the 16th-ranked Volunteers rallied past Georgia 66-61 to win a share of the Southeastern Conference regular-season championship. The Vols (23-7, 13-5) share the SEC regular-season title with No. 14 Auburn, which defeated South Carolina 79-70 on Saturday. Because Auburn won

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