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NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

Duke's Tre Jones declares for 2020 NBA Draft

Jacksonville's Tymir Brown commits to UNC

ACC cancels all athletic activities through end of 2019-20 academic year

NCAA cancels remaining winter and spring championships

Duke athletics suspends activities indefinitely

Power 5 leagues scrap tournaments, putting NCAAs in doubt

Hughes, Syracuse roll past UNC 81-53 in ACC 2nd round

Only essential staff and limited family at NCAA tournaments

Last 3 days of ACC Tournament will be played in an empty arena

Daniels helps NC State top Pittsburgh 73-58 in ACC 2nd round

North Carolina keeps season alive, throttles Virginia Tech, 78-56

Champagnie scores 31, Pitt surges past Wake Forest, 81-72

Duke's Tre Jones named ACC player and defensive player of the year

Jones, No. 10 NC State women win 1st ACC tourney title in 29 years

Carey, Robinson help No. 12 Duke beat rival UNC 89-76

Beverly sparks Wolfpack in win against Wake Forest

Anthony, Brooks lead North Carolina past Wake Forest 93-83

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Fake cops are doing coronavirus traffic stops in Colorado, police say

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