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    • Florida International fires head coach Ron Turner after 10-30 run
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      Florida International fires head coach Ron Turner after 10-30 run

      The firing season in college football is getting started earlier and earlier. Just ask Ron Turner. The Florida International head coach was fired early Sunday in a move that was hardly surprising aside from its timing. “I want to thank Coach Turner for his contributions to the FIU football program, most importantly his commitment to academics and community service,” athletic director Pete Garcia said in a short statement. “At this time Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Ron Cooper has been named interim head coach.” Turner went 10-30 over four years at the school but was 0-4 to begin the season after a 53-14 loss to Central Florida last week. While he is far from the first coach fired

    • Michigan State addingTom Izzo Hall of History wing in remodeled Breslin Center
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      Michigan State addingTom Izzo Hall of History wing in remodeled Breslin Center

      Beginning in September and running up until November 11th, the first day of the season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2016-2017 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. 1. Kansas vs. Duke – Champions Classic (New York) – Nov. 15 (9 p.m.): The Champions Classic has easily become the most anticipated non-conference event most years (until the PK80 next year), and this year’s matchup between the Jayhawks and Blue Devils is the premier non-conference game of the season. It’s not hard to envision this as a Final Four or national title preview, and there’s a very real chance that it could end up being a matchup between No. 1 Duke vs. No. 2 Kansas. 2. Michigan State at Duke – ACC/Big Ten Challenge – Nov. 29 (9:30 p.m.): This game gets the nod over similarly interesting matchups because it’s going to be played on campus in Durham at Cameron Indoor.

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      Grant and Lambert suffered season-ending injuries Saturday

      PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) Rutgers says offensive catalyst Janarion Grant and defensive end Quanzell Lambert suffered season-ending injuries during Saturday's loss to Iowa. Coach Chris Ash confirmed Monday that both seniors won't play again without disclosing their injuries. Grant was hurt late in the second quarter after a 76-yard catch and run to the Hawkeyes 3. Cornerback Desmond King stepped on his ankle at the end of the play. Grant had a hand in six touchdowns this season. The wide receiver ran for three, scored on punt and kickoff returns, and threw a touchdown. He had eight career returns for touchdowns. Ash said Rutgers would petition the NCAA for a medical redshirt season for Grant, but