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    • Vandy assistant Osia Lewis battling liver cancer
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      Vandy assistant Osia Lewis battling liver cancer

      A serious medical event has caused a shakeup on Derek Mason‘s Vanderbilt coaching staff. The football program revealed in an article posted to its official website Tuesday night that outside linebackers coach Osia Lewis is battling cholangiocarcinoma, a form of liver cancer.  The 54-year-old coach was diagnosed in mid-January after undergoing a battery of tests the last couple of months. Lewis, who is married with two children, has already started chemotherapy, although the school writes that, “[f]or now, the tumor is inoperable due to its location, but doctors are hopeful treatment will make an impact.” As Lewis continues to battle, he will move from his on-field role to what the program describes

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      Kansas guard Devonte’ Graham arrested over unpaid ticket

      Kansas guard Devonte’ Graham was arrested and booked into Douglas County Jail late on Wednesday night on a failure to appear for court charge, according to jail records. The charge, according to the Lawrence Journal-World, was a result of an unpaid ticket for an expired tag that Graham had received. It dates back to June of last year. The arrest was a damper on what should have been a great night for Graham. He had 17 points and seven assists in a home win over TCU that clinched the 13th straight Big 12 regular season title for the Jayhawks. It was also his 22nd birthday. He was released on $196 bond Wednesday night. Bill Self said he will not be suspended for the arrest.

    • NCAA charges Ole Miss of lack of institutional control; Rebels self-impose 2017 postseason ban
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      NCAA charges Ole Miss of lack of institutional control; Rebels self-impose 2017 postseason ban

      The Ole Miss Rebels will not be going to a postseason game in 2017 after the university opted to self-impose a one-year postseason ban. The decision came as a result of an updated notice of allegations received from the NCAA as part of an expanded investigation. The school has charged the program and university of a lack of institutional control. Ole Miss Chancellor Jeff Vitter, athletics director Ross Bjork and football coach Hugh Freeze provided an update on the latest regarding its NCAA investigation with a video. In addition to the 2017 postseason ban, Ole Miss will forfeit all annual postseason revenue (reportedly to be about $7 million). Freeze was charged with The latest notice of allegations