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Pac-12 commissioner Scott has COVID-19
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott is self-quarantining at the direction of his doctor and continuing to work remotely after testing positive for the coronavirus, the league announced Friday night.
The coronavirus and college sports: NCAA reopening plans, latest news, program cuts, more
When will college football and other sports return to action? Will more athletic programs be forced to cut sports because of financial strains? Here is the latest on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the college sports world.
FSU slashes budget; AD, coaches taking pay cuts
Florida State's overall operating budget will be cut by 20%, 25 full-time positions would be eliminated and staff salary reductions would be made across the board, athletic director David Coburn announced Friday.
Pac-12 revenue up 7%, ACC down 2% for '18-19
The ACC generated more than $455 million for the 2018-19 fiscal year -- down about $9 million from the previous season, according to tax records filed by the conference.
TBT 2020 expert picks: Can anyone upset Carmen's Crew, Overseas Elite?
ESPN's panel of experts give their picks for TBT, which airs through July 14 on the ESPN family of networks.
TBT 2020: Meet the top 10 players vying for $1 million
The Basketball Tournament, a $1 million, winner-take-all event, runs through July 14. Here are the top 10 players competing in the event.
Coronavirus cancellations and reactions in sports
Here's a look at how the coronavirus is affecting sports in the U.S. and around the world.
Court filing: Zion's stepfather took $400K benefit
A court motion and sworn affidavit filed by Zion Williamson's former marketing representative's attorney accuses his stepfather of soliciting and accepting a $400,000 payment from another marketing agent before his stepson's freshman season at Duke.
Syracuse appoints associate AD for diversity
Syracuse named Salatha T. Willis its associate athletic director for diversity, culture and climate this week.
NCAA hoops chief: No plans to shift 2021 tourney
Dan Gavitt, the NCAA's senior vice president of basketball, said the organization doesn't have any plans to move the NCAA men's tournament in 2021.