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Utah State's Danny Berger In Critical Condition

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A scary situation occurred at the Utah State practice Tuesday. Forward Danny Berger collapsed and needed to be revived after his heart stopped. He is in critical condition.

SIU Struggling To Maintain Manpower

The Salukis are down yet another body now that sophomore guard Antonio Bryer has chosen to leave the team after only five games this season.

Wichita State Grabs No. 24 in Latest AP Poll

The Shockers have been shocking through the first month of the season, going 8-0 and making it look easy. The voters have rewarded Wichita State with a No. 24 ranking in this week's AP poll.

Hofstra Suspends 4 After Burglary Arrests

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Shaquille Stokes, Jimmy Hall, Kentrell Washington and Dallas Anglin have all been suspended from Hofstra indefinitely after their arrests on burglary charges. The four are accused of taking...

Conference USA Adds Middle Tennessee, FAU

Conference USA confirmed Thursday what was rumored to be its reaction to Tulane's departure. The conference added Middle Tennessee State and Florida Atlantic, both from the Sun Belt, starting no...

SIU's Antonio Bryer to Miss St. Louis Game

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After his part in a scuffle during the Salukis' game against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, Antonio Bryer will not play Saturday against Saint Louis.

Pangos A Surprise Addition to Naismith Watch List

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The usual names are on the Naismith Award watch list, and then there is Kevin Pangos. We don't disagree with his inclusion; we are just shocked that he got the nod as one of the 50 names.

Arch Madness to Remain ... Arch Madness

The Missouri Valley announced Monday that Arch Madness will continue to stand by its name for two more years. The conference tournament for the top mid-major league will stay in St. Louis until at...

Creighton, Gonzaga and Memphis Hold AP Rankings

Creighton, Gonzaga and Memphis all held onto spots in the AP Top 25, with the Bluejays and the Bulldogs both gaining spots in the latest ranking. And the only team to lose its spot came as the...

NCAA Keeps First Four in Dayton Through 2015

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The NCAA has announced the Men's Basketball tournament sites through 2015. While individual sites are excited, there was no more important decision than keeping the First Four located in Dayton, Ohio.

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