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President Trump's hope for NFL's return doesn't align with college football's reality
College football faces even bigger hurdles than the NFL for 2020
AP top tourney one-and-done players led by Davis, 'Melo
AP Was There: Laettner's shot stuns Kentucky in OT, 104-103
Mapping the fallout: Will recruiting become more regionalized in wake of coronavirus?
NC State's NCAA case recommended for independent process
Rangers' K'Andre Miller repeatedly called racial slur during hacked Zoom call
Dayton's Toppin wins Naismith Trophy
Pemsl leaving Iowa to play final season as grad transfer
Oregon's Ionescu wins women's Naismith Player of the Year

 

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President Trump's hope for NFL's return doesn't align with college football's reality

College football is one of the great unifiers in the country. But in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it's also likely the most complicated to bring back in a timely fashion. Source link

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College football faces even bigger hurdles than the NFL for 2020

Of all the major sports that are trying to figure out how to coexist with the coronavirus pandemic, college football could be the most vulnerable to a full-season cancellation. There are too many major programs. Too many huge stadiums in otherwise non-huge towns. Too little flexibility when it comes to shifting around schedules. Too many […]

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AP top tourney one-and-done players led by Davis, 'Melo

Anthony Davis didn’t need to score big to control a game for Kentucky. Coach John Calipari recalls the conversation Davis had with his teammates after struggling to shoot during the first half of the 2012 NCAA championship game. Source link

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AP Was There: Laettner's shot stuns Kentucky in OT, 104-103

The Duke-Kentucky game on March 28, 1992, was voted No. 2 and the following story was sent that night. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — – Christian Laettner has made the shots of two lifetimes. The All-American ended one of the greatest college basketball games ever with a turnaround jumper at the overtime buzzer, giving defending national champion […]

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Mapping the fallout: Will recruiting become more regionalized in wake of coronavirus?

With most high school students grounded from taking visits until at least May 31 and the prospect of on-campus camps dimming by the day, many coaches are predicting that recruits in the class of 2021 are more likely to stay close to home. Source link

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NC State's NCAA case recommended for independent process

North Carolina State’s NCAA case involving recruiting violations tied to former Wolfpack one-and-done star Dennis Smith Jr. has been recommended to go through an independent investigation process created for complex cases. In a statement Friday, athletics spokesman Fred Demarest said the school must respond by April 14 to the recommendation. Demarest said officials are “reviewing […]

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Rangers' K'Andre Miller repeatedly called racial slur during hacked Zoom call

A video call between New York's star prospect and fans went horribly wrong when someone hacked the chat to abuse Miller. Source link

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Dayton's Toppin wins Naismith Trophy

ATLANTA (AP) — Dayton forward Obi Toppin has been awarded the Naismith Trophy as college basketball's most outstanding player. Source link

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Pemsl leaving Iowa to play final season as grad transfer

Cordell Pemsl is planning to leave Iowa and play his final season at another school as a graduate transfer. The 6-foot-8, 248-pound forward from Dubuque averaged 5.9 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists over 96 career games. Pemsl, who had three major surgeries over the last six years, was a reserve exclusively after starting 14 […]

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Oregon's Ionescu wins women's Naismith Player of the Year

Already named The Associated Press women's player of the year, Ionescu was awarded the Naismith Trophy for the most outstanding women's basketball player on Friday. Ionescu, who won AP All-American honors three times, shattered the NCAA career triple-double mark with 26 and becam Source link

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