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    • Round Table: How does Bagley's decision change the sport's landscape?
      Cats Illustrated

      Round Table: How does Bagley's decision change the sport's landscape?

      If you think Marvin Bagley's decision to attend Duke and reclassify isn't a Kentucky topic, think again. Here's a player who was linked to Kentucky for some time, and even if his choice wasn't a surprise it will certainly impact a sport where the Cats are always striving for their next championship. The Cats Illustrated staff goes to the Round Table to discuss the significance of Bagley to Duke and what it should mean for expectations in college basketball in the 2017-18 season.

    • Candid Coaches: Real talk on referees, college football rules that need changing
      CBS Sports

      Candid Coaches: Real talk on referees, college football rules that need changing

      Following in the footsteps of our college basketball brethren here at CBS Sports, college football writers Dennis Dodd, Chip Patterson and Barrett Sallee spoke with one-fifth of the 130 active coaches leading FBS teams entering the 2017 season. They asked for honest opinions on everything from NCAA rules to social issues to their peers in the profession. We will be sharing their candid thoughts over a two-week period leading into the season. Officiating in college football is always a hot topic of conversation -- whether it's a pass interference call early in a game on what appears to be an uncatchable pass or a difficult spot on fourth down that could cost a team a chance at competing for a

    • Three takeaways from Nebraska's 2017-18 Big Ten schedule
      Husker Online

      Three takeaways from Nebraska's 2017-18 Big Ten schedule

      The Huskers will start off the month with its league opener at Michigan State, regarded by many as the best team in the Big Ten and a national championship favorite, on Dec. 3. Nebraska will get a bit of a break to close out the non-con before Big Ten play kicks right back up in January with back-to-back road games at Northwestern and Purdue. Things obviously start off with a bang for Nebraska beginning in December, but the good news is the conference schedule wraps up relatively favorably for the Huskers.