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UConn coach Dan Hurley agrees to new 6-year, $50M deal

Two-time defending national champion UConn and head coach Dan Hurley are in agreement on a new six-year contract worth at least $50 million that runs through the 2029-30 season. The new deal comes nearly one month after Hurley turned down a reported six-year, $70 million offer from the Los Angeles

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Dick Vitale announces new cancer diagnosis

Longtime ESPN college basketball broadcaster Dick Vitale faces a fourth cancer diagnosis since 2021, he said Friday, and will have neck surgery on Tuesday. “My report on the Biopsy of the Lymph Node in my neck has arrived & it is cancerous,” the 85-year-old Vitale announced Friday afternoon on X

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Bigger dance? Conferences weighing NCAA Tournament fields of 72, 76

Expansion plans for the NCAA Tournament were presented to Division I conference commissioners, who are also reviewing an option for the men’s and women’s annual March tournaments to remain 68-team events. No expansion of the men’s and women’s tournament would be approved for March 2025, but could be enacted for

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Terrence Shannon Jr. found not guilty in rape trial

Former Illinois standout and NBA draft prospect Terrence Shannon Jr. was found not guilty on felony charges of rape and aggravated sexual battery on Thursday. A jury in Douglas County, Kan., rendered the verdict after less than two hours of deliberations. Shannon’s trial began Monday, and his lawyers have contended

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Report: G Jaxson Robinson following Mark Pope to Kentucky

Transfer guard Jaxson Robinson, who played for Mark Pope at BYU, is following his coach to Kentucky and withdrawing from the NBA draft pool. Robinson, a four-star high school prospect from Oklahoma, began his college career in the Southeastern Conference at Texas A&M before moving on to Arkansas and then

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Report: Bronny James officially staying in NBA draft

Southern California guard Bronny James, son of NBA star LeBron James, will give up his remaining college eligibility and stay in the 2024 NBA Draft, ESPN reported Wednesday. Players who previously declared for the draft can bow out until 11:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, but Bronny James won’t be one

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Pac-12 Network signs off from final live broadcast

The Pac-12 Network signed off from a live broadcast for the final time late Friday as the conference will cease to exist in advance of the 2024-25 school year. Roxy Bernstein, one of the network’s original broadcasters going back to 2012, delivered a heartfelt message for both the network and

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Transfer Great Osobor picks Washington, could earn $2M in NIL

Utah State transfer Great Osobor picked Washington over Louisville and Texas Tech, and he’s expected to land in Seattle with a Name, Image and Likeness valuation of more than $2 million. Osobor was the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year and transferred to Washington to follow coach Danny Sprinkle,

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Ex-Illinois star Terrence Shannon Jr. to stand trial for rape

Former Illinois star Terrence Shannon Jr. will stand trial for first-degree felony rape and felony sexual aggravated battery next month, a Kansas judge ruled Friday. The decision came at Shannon’s preliminary hearing in Douglas County, Kansas. Judge Sally Pokorny ruled there was probably cause for the case to go to

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