Louisville's Jaylen Johnson will stay in draft, hire agent

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Louisville junior forward Jaylen Johnson will hire an agent and stay in the NBA draft. The 6-foot-9 Johnson said Monday in a release that his decision followed a talk with coach Rick Pitino. Johnson added that it was important to help his family and promised to "work incredibly hard to give it my best shot. I'll be rooting for the Ville next year.

Louisville officials meet with NCAA Committee on Infractions

Louisville's interim president said the school received a "full and fair review of the facts" after meeting Thursday with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions and expects resolution in 6 to 8 weeks of the investigation into an escort's allegations that a former Cardinals men's basketball staffer hired strippers for sex parties with players and recruits.

Cardinals center leaves Rick Pitino to play for son Richard

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Louisville reserve center Matz Stockman will transfer after three seasons under coach Rick Pitino to play for Pitino's son, Richard, at Minnesota. The 7-foot junior from Norway must sit out next season per NCAA transfer rules before playing his final year with the Big Ten Conference school. Stockman had 31 points and 21 rebounds in 18 contests last season for Louisville with a career high of 10 points at Grand Canyon.

Man indicted in Louisville police officer's death

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- A grand jury in Louisville has indicted a man on murder and other charges in the death of a police officer during a vehicle chase last week. Jefferson County Commonwealth's Attorney Thomas B. Wine said Wathaniel Lamont Woods was also charged in the indictment Wednesday with first-degree wanton endangerment, fleeing and weapons and drug charges. The grand jury recommended a bond of $1 million.

'One Shining Moment' video turns 30. Here's how it's done

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- With the clock winding down on another edition of March Madness, CBS Sports producer Shawn Robbins went for a final shot in the waning seconds. No, not on the court. In the production truck. In 2013, Robbins was the producer of "One Shining Moment," the definitive highlight reel set to a soft-rock tune that ends the network's NCAA Tournament coverage.