A single punch may have destroyed the life of a rising college basketball coach—and ended the life of a Florida man who was visiting New York City for his stepsister's wedding. Police say Jamill Jones, an assistant coach at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, surrendered to police early...
The NCAA is carving out a limited role for agents to work with college basketball players and is changing key parts of its rules-enforcement system as part of numerous reforms in the wake of a corruption scandal
A rising college basketball coaching star was accused of throwing a punch that killed a New York City tourist who had apparently mistaken the coach for an Uber driver. Wake Forest University assistant coach Jamill Jones pleaded not guilty to an assault charge.
Police arrested a college basketball coach Thursday after a Florida tourist in New York City for a wedding died after a punch to the face earlier this week.
The New York Police Department says an arrest has been made in an attack that resulted in the death of 35-year-old Sandor Szabo of Boca Raton. Jamil Jones of Kernersville, North Carolina, turned himself in Thursday and is charged with assault after punching Sandor Szabo, 35, in New York. Jones is an assistant college basketball coach at Wake Forest University.
A Wake Forest University assistant basketball coach has been charged in the death of a Florida man killed while visiting New York City for a wedding. CBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest.
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NCAA Makes Policy Changes for Student Athletes The NCAA has announced a series of policy changes regarding their rules for student athletes. The move comes following several ongoing FBI Investigations into prominent college basketball programs. Thanks to the new rules, players who participate in the NBA combine but are not selected in the draft can return to school. The rules also provide financial assistance to players who leave school early and wish to return later to finish their degrees. In addition, college athletes can also now be represented by an agent, who must be certified by an NCAA program. NCAA leaders, via joint statement