Minus Miller, 'Zona falls to Ducks in OT

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EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Lorenzo Romar has no idea how long he'll be in charge at Arizona.

The 14th-ranked Wildcats played without embattled coach Sean Miller and lost 98-93 to Oregon in overtime Saturday night, ending a difficult day for the troubled program. Romar, the team's associate head coach, filled in for Miller but wasn't sure what's next.

"We have to wait and see," Romar said. "We dealt with it the way we dealt with it tonight, and tomorrow we'll see what happens."

KU sets mark as Big 12 title run hits 14

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) Devonte Graham barged through a door with a big smile, wearing a hat tilted slightly forward over his eyes that read "14 straight."

Kansas finally has its NCAA record. (MORE)

Jags ink QB Bortles to 3-year, $54M deal

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Blake Bortles might not be the long-term answer in Jacksonville.

He is, however, the short-term starter. (MORE)

Wolves' Butler out with meniscal injury

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesota All-Star Jimmy Butler has a meniscal injury to his right knee that the Timberwolves are optimistic will not sideline him rest of the season as they try to end the NBA's longest playoff drought.

The team stopped short of calling the injury a tear, and coach Tom Thibodeau said he didn't want to speculate on timing. Still, the news Saturday could've been worse for the organization, which feared a season-ending torn ligament after Butler had to be helped off the floor Friday night in a loss at Houston. (MORE)

NCAA clears MSU's Bridges amid report

Miles Bridges has been cleared to play by the NCAA, allowing him to help No. 2 Michigan State chase championships.

Documents in a report showed the star forward may have improperly accepted benefits from an agency implicated in a federal investigation involving college basketball corruption . (MORE)

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