7:45 PM: The Orlando Sentinel reports Tennessee basketball players in the locker room were chanting "They don't want it!" about Florida players during halftime of Saturday's SEC semifinal. The Gators came back to defeat the Volunteers 56-49.
7:30 PM: Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski says the ACC deserves to have more NCAA at-large bids than the Atlantic-10: "I mean, they're good, but put them in our conference and go through the meat grinder that our conference has to go through."
7:15 PM: The Pittsburgh Fraternal Order of Police will not march in the city's St. Patrick's Day Parade. Parade officials say they were told the FOP is in a "dispute with city administration", while an FOP spokesman said the police "don't have the manpower" to take part in the parade.
7:00 PM: Sunday's Michigan-Michigan State basketball matchup will be the first time the Wolverines & Spartans will meet each other in the Big Ten tournament title game.
6:45 PM: Indiana Pacers player David West tweets a photo of the team's bus having problems on its way to the Palace of Auburn Hills for Saturday night's game against the Detroit Pistons.
6:00 PM: Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said on Friday it would "take a Herculean effort" to move the conference's basketball tournament out of Kansas City. Other cities can bid to host the tourney after 2016.
5:45 PM: At the Sochi Paralympics, Ukrainian athletes have been covering their medals with their hands during medal ceremonies as a silent protest to Russia's invasion of the Crimea.
5:30 PM: Ireland defeated France 22-20 on Saturday to win the Six Nations rugby tournament. France's final scoring attempt was overturned after replay officials ruled that an illegal forward pass was made.
5:00 PM: Former Manchester United soccer player Eric Cantona said about his arrested Wednesday in London on assault charges: "It is an event too small to be of interest to anyone, but it's always amplified. I'm used to it."
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