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UConn hires Hurley from Rhode Island

(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)

STORRS, Conn. (AP) Rhode Island's Dan Hurley agreed to become UConn's coach, joining a team that is under NCAA investigation and fired Kevin Ollie this month after another losing season.

"It's official! Dan Hurley named Head Coach of (UConn mens basketball)," UConn said on Twitter on Thursday.

The school said details of the agreement would be released later. A news conference is expected Friday


Arizona's Miller not a candidate at Pitt

PITTSBURGH (AP) Scratch Arizona coach Sean Miller off the list of potential coaches at Pitt.

Miller said in a statement Wednesday he isn't a candidate for the coaching vacancy created when the Panthers fired Kevin Stallings after two seasons earlier this month. Miller, who grew up in western Pennsylvania and played point guard for the Panthers from 1987-92, wished his alma mater luck in its search.


NC State to grant Yurtseven his release

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) North Carolina State coach Kevin Keatts says sophomore Omer Yurtseven intends to pursue a professional career or transfer.

Keatts said in a statement Wednesday that the Turkish 7-footer had notified him of his plans and that the program will grant Yurtseven's release.


Big East: Have 2-or-none not 1-and-dones

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) The Big East has recommended replacing one-and-done with a two-or-none policy in college basketball, along with NCAA regulation of agents and the creation of an elite player unit to focus on "players with realistic aspirations of playing in the NBA."

The Big East's recommendations come a week after a similar report by the Pac-12 for the NCAA's commission on college basketball, led by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The commission was created in response to a federal investigation into corruption in college basketball.


Kentucky headlines bracket-busting South

ATLANTA (AP) Loyola's bus got lost on its way to arena.

How appropriate.


Duke, Kentucky again rely on freshmen

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Duke and Kentucky are viewed as the masters of the one-and-done era, winning championships with extraordinarily young rosters.

Both programs have a chance to do it again.


Elite defense helps Michigan to win ugly

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) When Jordan Poole's long 3-pointer dropped through the net for Michigan, a whole lot of unsightly shooting beforehand was forgotten.

It's been that kind of season for the Wolverines, who are winning without much concern for aesthetics.


Williams shining after staying at A&M

LOS ANGELES (AP) Robert Williams is a living, breathing, windmill-dunking advertisement for the upside of staying in school.

The Texas A&M big man with the 7-foot-5 wingspan clearly had all the physical tools to be a solid pro prospect last spring, and he could have followed dozens of major talents by spending what would have been their sophomore collegiate seasons on an NBA bench or in the G League.


Utah nips St. Mary's in OT, on to MSG

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