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Michigan State basketball roster: Starting lineup prediction, bench rotation, depth outlook for 2022-23 season

At first glance, Michigan State’s losses from its 2021-22 roster appear minimal, as the Spartans bid farewell to just one double-digit scorer from a 23-13 squad that exited the NCAA Tournament with a second-round loss to No. 2 seed Duke. But a deeper look reveals a slightly more uncertain perspective for a program that is just .500 in Big Ten …

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Big Ten reaches seven-year media rights deal with CBS, Fox and NBC for football, basketball through 2029-30

The Big Ten on Thursday announced a new seven-year media rights deal with CBS, Fox and NBC that begins July 1, 2023, and runs through the 2029-30 season. The multiplatform agreement is believed to be the largest in the history of college athletics with industry sources putting the approximate value of the deal at a record $1.2 billion annually. Spanning …

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ESPN icon Dick Vitale announces he’s cancer free after lengthy battles

Finally, Dick Vitale is officially cancer free. The iconic college basketball announcer revealed on Twitter Wednesday afternoon that he has officially been given the all-clear after multiple lengthy battles with cancer. Vitale, 83, has battled cancer twice in the past year — first with melanoma last August and then again after he was diagnosed with Lymphoma in October. He started …

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Michigan basketball reveals non-conference schedule for 2022-23 season

While it’s almost football season, Michigan basketball finalized its non-conference schedule for the 2022-2023 season on Wednesday afternoon. The Wolverines will have an exhibition game on November 4 against Ferris State before their season opener against Purdue Fort Wayne on November 7. On November 11, the Wolverines will travel to Little Caesars Arena in Detroit to take on the new-look …

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Michigan basketball schedule for 2022-23 includes date with Emoni Bates in Detroit

Michigan basketball on Wednesday announced its non-conference schedule for the 2022-23 season, filling in the gaps from a rough outline that fans knew included trips to New York, Charlotte and London as part of high-profile events. The sauciest additions to U-M’s slate? — A date with Memphis transfer Emoni Bates and his new team, Eastern Michigan, at Little Caesars Arena …

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Kansas vs Tennessee Tech Prediction, Game Preview

Kansas vs Tennessee Tech prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 1, Friday, September 2 Kansas vs Tennessee Tech How To Watch Date: Friday, September 2Game Time: 8:00 ETVenue: David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KSHow To Watch: Big 12 Network/ESPN+Record: Kansas (0-0), Tennessee Tech (0-0)– Sign up and live stream college football on ESPN+ CFN Preview 2021: All 131 …

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Dribble Handoff: College basketball teams set to have big impacts on new conferences in 2022-23 season

Conference realignment is generally thought of as a football-oriented process that will be occurring in the coming years with the AAC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC all set for significant changes within their memberships. But significant realignment is coming in college basketball, as well, and some of it is happening sooner than you might think. When the 2022-23 …

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USC basketball’s nonconference schedule is a definite upgrade from previous years

The USC basketball program wants to be taken seriously. Scheduling tougher nonconference opponents is part of that process of earning respect. Andy Enfield needed to show he could beef up his nonconference schedule. While there are still some low-level cupcakes in the mix, it’s clear that Enfield and the Trojans have aimed higher. The full nonconference schedule was released earlier …

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Bronny James recruiting: Best fits for LeBron James’ son include college, G League or playing overseas

Carrying the namesake of the greatest basketball player of all time presents its benefits, but also challenges. For LeBron James Jr., better known as “Bronny,” that includes the lofty expectations surrounding his development as a prospect and whether — as LeBron James himself has said he hopes will come to fruition — the two someday can play together in the …

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Alabama rolls to top of preseason AP Poll again, plus Dodgers’ pitching staff dealt another major blow

Happy Tuesday, all. Hope you’re well. Let’s get right to it. Good morning to everyone but especially to… THE ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE The more things change, the more they stay the same. Alabama is atop the preseason AP Poll for the fifth time in the last seven years. The Crimson Tide also topped the preseason coaches poll last week. Here’s the top …

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If John Calipari wants to declare Kentucky ‘a basketball school,’ it’s time for him to back it up

John Calipari isn’t wrong that the University of Kentucky is a basketball school. That’s what he told the Athletic last week and any suggestion, let alone any huffing and puffing, to the contrary is ridiculous. That’s not a shot at Mark Stoops’ football program, which this week is ranked in the AP preseason poll for the first time since 1978. …

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Five Takeaways from Wisconsin Basketball’s French Exhibition Tour

The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team concluded its 10-day, four-game exhibition tour across France on Monday; finishing said tour with a 4-0 record. “It got really physical, which is good,” said Gard in a post-game video. “I think it exposed things that our younger guys maybe weren’t accustomed to with college basketball. It won’t be quite this physical, but …

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Pete Carril, Princeton’s Hall of Fame basketball coaching great, dies at 92

Princeton coach Pete Carril speaks during a news conference in March 1996. Carril, who guided Princeton to 11 NCAA tournament berths and 13 Ivy League titles, died Monday at 92. (Al Behrman / Associated Press) Pete Carril, the rumpled, cigar-smoking basketball coach who led Princeton to 11 appearances in the NCAA tournament, where his teams unnerved formidable opponents and rattled …

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Notre Dame announces nonconference schedule for 2022-23 season

Notre Dame is eager to build on the success it had during the 2021-22 season. It won two NCAA Tournament games, and Blake Wesley became the program’s first one-and-done player after being drafted by the San Antonio Spurs. For the 2022-23 season, the Irish are returning most of their players and have another freshman with high expectations in JJ Starling. …

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Pete Carril, old-school Princeton coaching maestro, dies

Pete Carril, the rumpled, cigar-smoking basketball coach who led Princeton to 11 appearances in the NCAA Tournament, where his teams unnerved formidable opponents and rattled March Madness with old-school fundamentals, died Monday. He was 92. Princeton released a statement from Carril’s family, which said he died ”peacefully this morning. It did not give a cause of death. ”We kindly ask …

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Longtime Princeton coach, Hall of Famer Pete Carril dies at 92

Longtime Princeton coach Pete Carril, seen here in 1996, died on Monday at 92. (AP Photo/Tom Russo) Longtime Princeton men’s basketball coach and Hall of Famer Pete Carril died Monday morning, the university announced. He was 92. “The Carril family is sad to report that Coach Peter J. Carril passed away peacefully this morning,” his family said in a statement. …

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Kentucky basketball: Five takeaways from the Wildcats’ preseason exhibition games in the Bahamas

Kentucky’s men’s basketball team spent the last week in the Bahamas for four tuneup summer games and dominated its competition in paradise, scoring at least 98 points against each of its opponents and winning (albeit over inferior competition — but still!) on average by 50 (!!!) points per game. The blowouts and the competition level weren’t exactly what the ‘Cats …

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See Where Wisconsin Basketball Ranks in Jon Rothstein’s Big Ten Power Rankings

Wisconsin, the reigning Big Ten regular season champions, enters the 2022-23 college basketball season needing to replace a large amount of production yet again and will work to outperform preseason expectations as coach Gard enters his eighth year at the helm. Gone are Johnny Davis (NBA), Brad Davison (Graduation), and their top three reserves from last season – so minutes …

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‘I stay in my lane’

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Saturday seemed like an opportunity to smooth the rocky road that had emerged between Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops and his men’s basketball counterpart, John Calipari. It seemed like a logical day for mea culpas and a let’s-move-forward chorus, a time for UK athletics hatchets to be buried. Athletic director Mitch Barnhart even made a rare appearance …

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Comparing Kentucky to others was ‘my bad’

john calipari LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari says he made a mistake comparing Kentucky’s athletic department to others and wants to make clear he will keep supporting the Wildcats’ football team. Calipari wrote on social media Saturday that he heard what Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops said in response to his push for upgraded practice facilities for his basketball team. …

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Comparing Kentucky to others was “my bad”

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) John Calipari says he made a mistake comparing Kentucky’s athletic department to others and wants to make clear he will keep supporting the Wildcats’ football team. Calipari wrote on social media Saturday that he heard what Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops said in response to his push for upgraded practice facilities for his basketball team. Calipari says …

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Mark Stoops offers in-depth retort to John Calipari calling Kentucky a ‘basketball school’

Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops still doesn’t appear to be totally over his colleague, Wildcats basketball coach John Calipari, calling UK a “basketball school.” At a post-practice interview on Saturday, Stoops remained passionately defensive of his program — winners of (as Stoops now-infamously noted on Twitter) four straight bowl games.  The interview, which was followed by comments from athletic director …

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