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Beginning next season, the SEC will have a new scheduling model, in part to keep regional rivalries intact.
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The man who eventually replaces Fred Hoiberg at Iowa State -- under the assumption Hoiberg is the next coach of the Chicago Bulls -- will inherit a preseason top-10 team. And that's a rare thing for a college coach to inherit.
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Throughout the 11-year history of the APR, these two leagues are performing better than all others.
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Chris Mullin is a Hall of Fame player, but has never coached. The new coach at his alma mater, St. John's, Mullin explains how playing for Don Nelson and Larry Bird can help him return the Red Storm to glory.
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Walter Byers -- the NCAA's first executive director credited with much of what we see today in college sports -- has died at 93.
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This would certainly alter the way fans celebrate after big wins in that league.
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Foster won more than 500 games and built up a positive reputation in South Carolina and beyond.
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Former Michigan State and Notre Dame player rips the NCAA and says he fixed a drug test, under the cloak of claiming had been drinking.
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Kentucky coach John Calipari says recent rule changes won't help the sport if officials won't change the way they call fouls.
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LSU's 'very aggressive' marketing campaign to sell college basketball tickets uses the likeness of No. 1 recruit Ben Simmons, who the school's AD says signed off on the concept.
 

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