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    • New Alabama AD Byrne talks Saban, coach firing, new rules
      The Associated Press

      New Alabama AD Byrne talks Saban, coach firing, new rules

      Greg Byrne has had an eventful first three months as Alabama's athletic director. Byrne made a seemingly tough decision in firing a baseball coach after one season and a no-brainer, too: striking a new deal with football coach Nick Saban. Byrne is preparing for his first Southeastern Conference spring meetings since taking over at Alabama on March 1.

    • ABC News

      7 people ID'd for threats to NCAA ref after Kentucky loss

      Seven people have been identified for threatening basketball referee John Higgins after an NCAA Tournament game in March. Information will be referred to authorities in their jurisdictions and to the FBI's Omaha field office, a Nebraska prosecutor said Friday. Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said the identities were ascertained after a lengthy investigation following Kentucky's 75-73 loss to North Carolina in the South Region final in Memphis, Tennessee, on March 26. Polikov did not release the names. Kentucky coach John Calipari criticized the officiating during his postgame news conference. Higgins, of Omaha, saw his La Vista-based roofing company inundated with harassing emails, phone calls

    • Fox News

      Steph Curry's college coach reveals 'the defining moment' of his evolution

      Stephen Curry is an NBA champion and a star who's changed the game with his boundless shooting ability, headed to his third straight Finals. Curry wasn't always the Baby-Faced Assassin, though. But his college coach, Bob McKillop, saw star potential in him during his first game at Davidson. A year-and-a-half before, in summer 2005, he'd watched Curry play in an AAU game in Las Vegas. It was not a good performance. Stephs game was like the JV game, and Im there watching, and he has nine turnovers. Nine! Im ducking his passes," McKillop told the San Jose Mercury-Tribune this week. But what I noticed was that he never stopped playing defense, he never complained to his teammates or the officials.