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NCAA set to vote on key rule changes; shot clock likely to remain


The NCAA men's basketball rules committee is currently meeting in Indianapolis and a source told CBSSports.com that the shot clock is not expected to be reduced. However, the source did say the following rules changes could be passed on Wednesday and Thursday as the committee votes, and the group will also collaborate with the NABC Board of Directors and the NCAA Division 1 Championship Committee: (CBS Sports)


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