1. Handling Expectations

    Perhaps more than anybody else on North Carolina's roster, Harrison Barnes can expect to be the center of attention heading into the 2011-2012 season...

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  2. Syracuse Chancellor Wants to Play Duke and North Carolina at the Garden

    Remember when Syracuse would never consider moving scheduled regular season home game out of the Carrier Dome. That apparently is about to change, if Syracuse chancellor Nancy Cantor has her way...

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  3. 5Star: Okafor Has Offers, Coaches Flooding In

    Our friends at FiveStarBasketball.com recently caught up with 2014 super prospect. Jahlil Okafor, considered a five star prospect and the nation's top post player in the class...

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  4. SEC Not Currently Mulling Other Schools

    Commissioner Mike Slive tried to temporarily quell the "enormous speculation" about whether -- or more likely when -- the Southeastern Conference will add a 14th member to join Texas A&M...

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  5. UConn Expects Drummond to Be Eligible

    UConn does not believe the eligibility of freshman center Andre Drummond is in doubt after the nation's top center in the 2011 class made an appearance in a STACK.com video in which he offered a positive review of an adidas basketball shoe...

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  6. Recruiting Evolves Under Kelly

    Under Mike Bellotti, the Oregon football program was built finding diamonds in the rough and players who fit the system. It was rare for the Ducks to land a top tier prospect, but they did come sporadically...

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  7. James Makes NFL Statement

    Is Oregon RB LaMichael James' NFL stock going up? NFL draft guru Mel Kiper thinks so. Here's his take: In Oregon's 56-31 win over Arizona, James rushed for a career-high 288 yards on 23 carries...

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  8. Oregon Coaches Hit the Recruiting Trail for the Bye Week

    Oregon's coaches began fanning out across the nation quickly this week, taking advantage of the bye week to retrench a little in person on the recruiting front. Word from Chris Courtney at Scout...

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  9. Vick Expected to Start for Eagles Against 49ers

    Michael Vick is expected to start Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers despite a deep bone bruise in his right hand, Eagles sources said...

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  10. Michigan Will Host CMU in 2013

    Michigan and Central Michigan will meet in the 2013 football season opener, CMU announced today. The teams will play Aug. 31, 2013, at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. They last played in 2006, when the Wolverines won, 41-17, in Ann Arbor...

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  11. No Stopping U-M in Red Zone

    Michigan reaches the red zone and things change. The play calls look less like the shotgun, three and four wide receiver sets the Wolverines often run as they move quarterback Denard Robinson and the Michigan offense up and down the field...

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  12. Michigan to Play UMass in 2012

    Michigan appears to be going back to the past for its nonconference opponents. Just a few weeks after announcing it would play Appalachian State again, the Wolverines apparently ...

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  13. Passing Game is Better, but is it Enough?

    UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel has gone to great lengths over the last year in an effort to improve a passing game that was among the worst in the nation last season and when the Bruins ...

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  14. Even When UCLA Wins, Rick Neuheisel Can't Win

    From Corvallis, Ore. -- You can understand how upset Bruins fans must be this morning. UCLA won. It's already a foregone conclusion, isn't it, that Rick Neuheisel is a goner? ...

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  15. How Will the SEC Schedule Handle 13?

    Connecticut is putting on the full-court press to join the ACC in case the league decides to expand again. And Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and North Carolina coach Roy Williams both told ESPN...

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  16. UK After Amile Jefferson?

    As reported by multiple sources, and most recently by ESPN, Kentucky has now targeted talented forward Amile Jefferson and begun putting the full court press on him...

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  17. Andrew Wiggins & Xavier Rathan-Mayes Discuss Their Unofficial Visit

    Many Kentucky fans are considering yesterday's thumping by Florida on the gridiron a total loss for the day...

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  18. Heels Offer Texas Shooter

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  19. All-Star to Mentor Kyrie Irving

    B-Diddy says he’s got nothing but love for the Cavs’ incoming point guard, and wants to mentor Kyrie Irving early on in his NBA career...

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  20. Poythress Trims List to Four

    Alex Poythress, the Rivals No. 8 power forward in the Class of 2012, has trimmed his list to four schools. The 6-foot-8, 220-pound Poythress out of Clarksville (TN) Northeast is considering Kentucky, Florida, Memphis and Vanderbilt...

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  21. Jordan Dumars Quits Michigan Program

    Jordan Dumars, the son of former NBA All-Star Joe Dumars, has left the Michigan basketball program. Dumars, a walk-on with the Wolverines, joined the team after transferring from South Florida midway through the 2009-10 season...

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  22. Ohio State Freshman Sidelined by Grades

    Last week, we saw St. John's lose three promising recruits from the 2011-12 campaign -- including one of its most talented players, JaKarr Sampson -- thanks to various ineligibility concerns...

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  23. Kevin Parrom Stable After Being Shot

    Arizona junior forward Kevin Parrom was the victim of a shooting during a trip home to New York City this weekend, the school and police confirmed Sunday. The story was first reported by Adam Zagoria of SNY...

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  24. Record-Setting James Breaks Free for Oregon

    LaMichael James is 10 pounds heavier than last season, and based on his performance Saturday against Arizona, the Ducks' 5-foot-9, 195-pound junior tailback appears to be running with more power...

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  25. AP Top 25: Oregon Rises to No. 9

    Another decisive victory away from home pushed LSU to No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll for the first time since 2007. The Tigers bumped Oklahoma from the top spot Sunday after winning 47-21 at West Virginia the night before...

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