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9:50 PM ET Nick DePaulaESPN Jalen Suggs has landed a multiyear footwear and apparel deal with Adidas ahead of his anticipated selection early in the 2021 NBA draft on Thursday. “I’m so excited to be with the brand,” the former Gonzaga star said. “I grew up inspired by D-Rose and Dame [Lillard] and want to
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2:00 PM ET The defending champion Baylor Bears men’s basketball team and women’s powerhouses UConn and South Carolina won’t have to wait too long to see where they stand entering the 2021-22 season. All three programs are entered in the Battle 4 Atlantis, which will begin Nov. 20 on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. The
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10:48 AM ET Oklahoma and Texas have formally notified the SEC they are seeking “an invitation for membership” beginning July 1, 2025, according to a joint statement from the flagship programs of the Big 12. According to the release, OU and Texas sent SEC commissioner Greg Sankey their request Tuesday morning. “The two universities look
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10:05 AM ET Nick DePaulaESPN Ahead of the 2021 NBA draft, projected top overall pick Cade Cunningham has signed a multiyear footwear and apparel endorsement deal with Nike. After a COVID-19-impacted market found a majority of last season’s rookies playing out the 2020-21 season without a sneaker deal, brands are now returning to aggressively sign
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7:12 PM ET Missouri and athletic director Jim Sterk announced on Monday that they have mutually agreed he will step down once the school is able to find his replacement. Sterk’s announcement comes during a turbulent time in collegiate athletics as Missouri’s former Big 12 brethren Oklahoma and Texas consider a move to the SEC.
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6:35 PM ET Oklahoma State president Kayse Shrum said Monday that Oklahoma’s intentions to explore leaving the Big 12 are “the result of months of planning with the SEC” and a “clear breach” of the conference bylaws. Shrum made the comments in a statement and in a series of tweets. In the statement, she called
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10:32 AM ET Texas and Oklahoma officially notified the Big 12 on Monday that they will not be renewing their grants of media rights following expiration in 2025, according to a release from Texas. “Providing notice to the Big 12 at this point is important in advance of the expiration of the conference’s current media
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5:12 PM ET Associated Press STORRS, Conn. — The two-year probation imposed on UConn men’s basketball for NCAA violations under former coach Kevin Ollie has ended. The governing body informed the school it has met all NCAA regulations, the university said Friday. “We will continue to be committed to adhering to the highest standard of
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2:45 PM ET Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia Commonwealth University men’s basketball coach Mike Rhoades has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him on the Rams’ sideline through the 2026-27 season. Athletic director and vice president Ed McLaughlin made the announcement Thursday. Rhoades has compiled an 80-43 record in four years at
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8:58 AM ET Explosive scoring guard Mikey Williams won’t be eligible for the NBA draft until 2024 and still has nearly two years to decide on college basketball or a pro pathway. Yet his massive social media following — more than 5 million followers across multiple platforms — has allowed Williams to become the first
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5:00 PM ET The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference on Tuesday became the first conference on record to mandate vaccinations. In a statement, the SIAC, which competes in Division II, said that all players and coaches must be fully vaccinated in order to compete. The policy also applies to staff and other auxiliary groups, including officials,
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5:22 PM ET NCAA president Mark Emmert made $2.9 million during the 2019-2020 fiscal year, a time period when pandemic-related closures caused the organization’s revenue to drop by more than 50 percent. The organization brought in $521 million between Sept. 1, 2019 and Aug. 31, 2020, down from more than $1 billion in revenue the
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1:37 PM ET Minnesota transfer Marcus Carr, the No. 1 transfer this offseason, announced his commitment to Texas on Saturday, giving Chris Beard’s Longhorns a legitimate case to be preseason No. 1 entering next season. Carr opted for Texas instead of pursuing a professional option in Australia. Louisville, Kentucky and Kansas were also on his
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