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  • Kentucky set to start season with platoon system

    This year's Kentucky roster is unusually deep even for a program used to having an abundance of talent. Coach John Calipari has been cautious on projections, noting that his newcomers haven't played a game and he's not used to having so many players back for their second and third seasons. Then it…

    The Associated Press
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  • Conner Frankamp leaves Kansas over playing time concerns

    The sophomore guard was one of the few bright spots during the Jayhawks' NCAA tournament last year.

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  • Developers say work to begin on Vegas Strip arena

    Developers said Wednesday they're starting construction on a privately-funded $1.4 billion retractable-roof sports arena and resort backed by a former UNLV and National Basketball Association player at a former waterpark site on the Las Vegas Strip. Although they await final approvals from several…

    The Associated Press
  • Vanderbilt coach plans to rely heavily on freshmen

    Kevin Stallings has only two starters back and five freshmen expected to play early for the Vanderbilt Commodores, and he's cracking jokes. The veteran coach says he could steal the line about sleeping like a baby only to wake up every two hours and cry with such a young team. Vanderbilt has three…

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  • Beilein says Michigan still has plenty of leaders

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- When John Beilein first took over at Michigan, he envisioned a roster with plenty of continuity from year to year.

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  • Conduct of 'do-gooder' at heart of UNC scandal

    The University of North Carolina has tried for years to remove the stain of an academic scandal that began with an office administrator setting up sham classes to help struggling students - only to see things get worse. An independent investigator hired by the school outlined how academic fraud ran…

    The Associated Press
  • Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon resigns

    Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon resigned Friday, setting the stage for new leadership at the top of one of the nation's most prominent athletic departments. Football coach Brady Hoke's future has been in doubt for a while thanks to his team's lack of progress, but Brandon also became a…

    The Associated Press
  • Bill Self surprises dozens of Kansas students by buying their lunch

    Not surprisingly, the Kansas coach's gesture was well received by hungry students.

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    Jameis Winston Throws Interception and Forces Fumble on Same Play | ACC Must See Moment

    On the first play of the second half, Jameis Winston's pass is picked off by Gerod Holliman. During the return, Holliman is stripped by Winston and the Seminoles recover.

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  • Florida unlikely to repeat last year's feats

    Florida's record-setting run through the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA tournament last season will be difficult, maybe even impossible, to top. The Gators won a program-best 30 consecutive games, set another mark with 32 straight home wins, became the first team to go 18-0 in the SEC's…

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  • Aggies aim to turn things around in 2014-15

    Entering his fourth season at Texas A&M, coach Billy Kennedy has found a pair a players he believes will help get the Aggies back on track this year. Caruso started all but one game for the Aggies last season and averaged nine points and 3.6 rebounds per game and Green started 27 games and averaged…

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  • Ball State's Davis out 8 to 10 weeks with injury

    MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) -- Ball state guard Jeremiah Davis will miss eight to 10 weeks after undergoing surgery on his right foot, coach James Whitford said Wednesday.

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  • Frankamp decides to transfer from No. 5 Kansas

    Conner Frankamp and Kansas seemed like the perfect match, the high-scoring guard and one of the state's top recruits playing for the school that he grew up watching. His departure should help to alleviate a logjam in the backcourt of the fifth-ranked Jayhawks, where an influx of high-profile…

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    Michigan's Plan To Replace Dave Brandon

    Michigan insider Angelique Chengelis joins Campus Insiders to discuss today's press conference in Ann Arbor announcing the resignation of AD Dave Brandon.

    Campus Insiders
  • Expectations high in Year 4 for Anderson, Arkansas

    After three seasons of patience, Mike Anderson knows the time for a return to the NCAA tournament is now at Arkansas. Arkansas nearly reached the NCAA tournament last season thanks to a late six-game winning streak. Three of those seasons have come under Anderson's watch, though none have featured…

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  • Vols have undergone major makeover since Sweet 16

    Just seven months after playing in the NCAA regional semifinals, Tennessee is being picked to finish near the bottom of the Southeastern Conference. Rarely has a team coming off a Sweet 16 appearance been held in such low regard. Then again, this Tennessee team bears only a passing resemblance to…

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  • LSU aiming high in Jones' 3rd season as coach

    LSU coach Johnny Jones isn't quite ready to guarantee greatness for the Tigers. ''It's still a learning time and a learning phase for our basketball team,'' Jones said. ''We'll go through some growing pains.'' Jones, a former LSU player and assistant, is entering the third season of what he…

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  • Martin hopes Gamecocks experience leads to success

    South Carolina coach Frank Martin hopes the new found experience and depth finally brings the Gamecocks some wins. Martin and the Gamecocks have struggled his first two years in charge, 28-38 overall and 9-27 in the Southeastern Conference. He believes his program is turning the corner, especially…

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