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The coronavirus and college sports: NCAA reopening plans, latest news, program cuts, more
The Pac-12 is joining the rest of the Power 5 conferences and will play a seven-game fall college football season beginning Nov. 6. Here's the latest on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the college sports world.
Predicting where the top men's basketball prospects will land
Seven of the top 10 men's basketball prospects in the Class of 2021 are available, and their future commitments will impact the college hoops world greatly.
NCAA suggests COVID-19 test 3 times per week
The NCAA released health and safety guidelines for the college basketball season, including a suggestion to test players, coaches and officials three times per week during the season.
Mack jabs Calipari, then says Kentucky-L'ville on
Chris Mack offered a sarcastic response to John Calipari's assertion that Louisville doesn't want to play Kentucky this season: "I want to do what's most convenient for John and his program."
Why mid- and low-major college basketball programs are in big trouble without buy games
The University of Montana and others are in for a bleak financial reality, given the difficulty of scheduling major-conference opponents this fall.
Louisville hoops players lead march, call for unity
Louisville basketball players David Johnson, Charles Minlend and Malik Williams, along with coach Chris Mack, gave speeches calling for unity, tolerance and equality on Friday before leading a peaceful march on campus.
Calipari: Won't play Louisville at neutral site
Kentucky coach John Calipari says the Wildcats intend to play their road game this season with Louisville at Louisville after Chris Mack recently said he'd prefer a neutral site because fewer fans will attend this season due to COVID-19.
SEC sets conference play dates for men, women
SEC men's basketball will open the season on Dec. 29, and the women's season will begin Dec. 31.
Pac-12 gives hoops go-ahead for Nov. 25 start
The Pac-12 announced Thursday that the conference's men's and women's basketball teams could begin their seasons on Nov. 25, the same day as the rest of the country.
Federal NIL bill introduced for college sports
A bipartisan pair of congressmen introduced federal legislation Thursday that, if passed, would open the door for college athletes to make money from a wide variety of endorsement deals and create some flexibility to adjust their proposed regulations.