Michigan State resumes Big Ten play looking for challengers after finding few early on

Michigan State resumes Big Ten play looking for challengers after finding few early on
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Jaren Jackson Jr. doesn’t expect a No. 1 ranking to change Michigan State’s basketball team. The Spartans (14-1, 2-0 Big Ten) plan to go about their business the same way as before. Second-ranked to top-ranked doesn’t greatly …
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Previewing and Predicting Boston College Men’s Basketball vs. Clemson
After its loss to Virginia, the 10-4 Boston College Eagles will play host to the Clemson Tigers. This is a really big game for BC. After a tough one point loss to the Cavaliers, the Eagles have games at home against Clemson and Wake Forest before heading …
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Report: Curtis Jones transferring to OSU
The Oklahoma State men’s basketball team is getting another guard for next season. Former Indiana shooting guard Curtis Jones is joining OSU, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported. Jones announced in December he would transfer from Indiana, and he will be …
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Mizzou women’s basketball says “bonjour” to an international recruit

Mizzou women’s basketball says “bonjour” to an international recruit
Mizzou women’s basketball made an offseason splash on Monday when it announced the signing of Emmanuelle Tahane, a freshman forward from Bondy, France. Tahane, a 6-foot-1 small forward, adds size and length to an already impressive 2017 recruiting class.
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Virginia Women’s Basketball 2017-18 Season Tickets on Sale
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Season tickets for the 2017-18 Virginia women’s basketball season are on sale now. Season tickets are available in reserved and general admission seating areas for UVA’s 15 home women’s basketball games. The priority-ordering …
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Duke Basketball: Importance of Men’s, Women’s Preseason Trips Abroad
Both Duke Basketball programs will play in exhibition games overseas this summer, and the women’s team is preparing for a trip to Italy. The NCAA allows college basketball programs to travel internationally every four years, and this summer both Duke …
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