Love made his first career start Sunday


Duke: Duke forward Reggie Love will miss 6-8 weeks
after breaking a bone in his right foot.

Love, a senior who made his first career start against Clemson
on Sunday, was injured in the first half. He will have surgery
Tuesday at Duke University Medical Center.

"I feel badly for Reggie," Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski
said in a statement Monday. "He prepared himself well every
practice this year and was ready for his opportunity when it
presented itself. He is a major part of our team and he will be
missed during the time he is out."

Love averaged 2 points and 2.4 rebounds for sixth-ranked Duke
(9-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). He also was a wide receiver
for the Blue Devils' football team from 2000-03 and is the first
player under Krzyzewski to earn starts in both sports.

UC Riverside: Guard Tron Smith, who started 10 games
as a freshman at Arizona State last season, has transferred to UC
Riverside, Highlanders basketball coach John Masi announced Monday.

A 6-foot-2, 195-pounder, Smith left Arizona State before the
start of this regular season. He began classes at Riverside on
Monday and will be eligible to play for the Highlanders at the end
of the 2005 fall quarter. He will have two years of eligibility

As a freshman at ASU in 2003-04, Smith appeared in 17 games and
averaged 3.9 points and 1.5 rebounds per game. Injuries limited his
playing time.

He was a high school star in Moreno Valley, near UC Riverside.

Akron: Jeremiah Wood left Sunday's game against Ohio with an apparent right knee injury, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported.

Wood is schedule for an MRI on Monday. His availability for Thursday's game at Toledo or Saturday at Western Michigan appears remote.