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  1. Saturday's North Carolina-Duke meeting in Chapel Hill (6 p.m. ET, ESPN) finds the storied programs on either side of the bubble.
  2. Kansas has placed head football coach Les Miles on administrative leave, a decision that came after investigations into his conduct while at LSU in 2013 were made public this week.
  3. A man who walked to the crash site after hearing the accident told deputies that Tiger Woods would not respond to his questions and was unconscious, an affidavit says. Law enforcement has not previously disclosed that Woods had been unconscious.
  4. Arizona's men's basketball program faces allegations of five Level I rules violations, including two alleged instances of academic misconduct.
  5. Claressa Shields dominated Marie-Eve Dicaire by unanimous decision on Friday night to become the first two-division undisputed champion in boxing history.
  6. Boston Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo was taken to a hospital after receiving what coach Bruce Cassidy called "a predatory hit" to the head from Capitals forward Tom Wilson in Friday night's game.
  7. Liberty clinched the Atlantic Sun's automatic berth since its opponent in the final, North Alabama, is ineligible to make the NCAA tournament because it hasn't completed its mandated four-year transition requirement from Division II to Division I.
  8. California officials are allowing people to attend Major League Baseball games in limited capacities starting April 1.
  9. Mark Pavelich, who assisted on the game-winning goal to beat the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympics, was found dead at a treatment facility in Minnesota.
  10. Once on the brink of losing his UFC job, Blachowicz defends his belt against Israel Adesanya on Saturday.