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  1. Cincy's Cronin out with unruptured aneurysm
    Cincinnati coach Mick Cronin has an aneurysm and will be sidelined indefinitely while doctors decide how to treat it.
  2. Virginia clamps down on Harvard in blowout
    No. 6 Virginia slams Harvard 76-27
  3. Louisville's Harrell gets 1-game suspension
    Louisville junior Montrezl Harrell has been suspended for one game by the ACC after being ejected from the fourth-ranked Cardinals' 76-67 win over Western Kentucky for throwing an elbow.
  4. Sources: Burton transferring to Iowa State
    Iowa State has landed a commitment from Marquette transfer Deonte Burton, sources told ESPN. Burton chose Iowa State over UCLA.
  5. Ex-Duke F Murphy eligible, debuts for Gators
    Former Duke forward Alex Murphy made his debut for Florida on Saturday after transferring last year.
  6. Authenticity of $33K Jordan shoes questioned
    An auction house is offering the winning bidder of a pair of shoes, advertised as worn by Michael Jordan during his freshman year at North Carolina, a chance to return them and get his money back.
  7. Vols' McGhee (foot) out at least 6-8 weeks
    Tennessee forward Jabari McGhee is expected to miss at least six to eight weeks after surgery on his right foot.
  8. Arizona State approves Sendek's extension
    The Arizona Board of Regents has approved a contract extension for Arizona State basketball coach Herb Sendek, though added provisions to the original deal.
  9. Diedhiou admitted to Minnesota, eligible to play
    Minnesota freshman forward Gaston Diedhiou has been admitted to the university and added to the roster.
  10. Reserve Agau to transfer from No. 4 Louisville
    Louisville coach Rick Pitino has announced that reserve sophomore forward Akoy Agau will transfer after this semester.

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