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The 11 greatest March Madness Cinderella stories | NCAA.com
Here are 11 of the greatest March Madness Cinderella stories in NCAA tournament history. These college basketball teams will be remembered forever.

DI Council approves plan for men’s and women’s basketball summer activities | NCAA.org
The Division I Council approved a plan for summer athletics activities for men’s and women’s basketball. The Council met virtually Wednesday.

What if the men’s basketball season had not been cut short? | technicianonline.com
The NC State men’s basketball team had an all-around rocky season, but probably would have lost to Villanova in the NCAA Tournament... if it happened.

Dr. Anthony Fauci -- Football needs 'bubble' format to play in 2020 | ESPN
Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN that football players would need to be isolated from others and tested regularly in order for the 2020 season to be played.

Ranking college basketball's top 50 individual seasons of the one-and-done era | ESPN
From Zion to Jimmer to D-Rose, John Gasaway ranks the best individual seasons in men's college basketball since 2007. Two Villanovans make the Top 50.

What Warriors' Eric Paschall learned about Steph Curry in rookie season | NBCS Bay Area
Eric Paschall only played five games with Steph Curry but he still learned something about the two-time MVP.

Warriors' Eric Paschall reveals one area he's working on this offseason | NBCS Bay Area
After proving he can score in the pros, Eric Paschall wants to be a better 3-point option for the Warriors.

Warriors' Eric Paschall credits college career for smooth NBA transition | NBCS Bay Area
Eric Paschall had more experience than most prospects selected in the 2019 NBA Draft.

Portsmouth’s Cole Swider looking ahead to next season with Villanova | WPRI.com
Portsmouth native and St. Andrew’s graduate Cole Swider had his sophomore season cut short, like all college basketball players, by coronavirus. Swider and Villanova were at the Big East Tournament in New York when the defending champs had to go home for good following a 24 win regular season.