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Sources: UM’s Howard declines Lakers’ interest

2:04 PM ET University of Michigan coach Juwan Howard recently declined a Los Angeles Lakers overture for the franchise's coaching job, electing to remain at his alma mater, where Howard will coach his two sons next season, sources told ESPN. The Lakers have a formal search process in place, but courting college

Gators land Arizona State WR transfer Pearsall

3:56 PM ET The Florida Gators bolstered their receiver corps Saturday with a commitment from Arizona State transfer Ricky Pearsall. Pearsall, a 6-foot-1 junior, led the Sun Devils with 48 receptions last season. He had 580 yards receiving and four touchdowns. He entered the transfer portal after spring practice in April and has

Magee, Jacksonville State assistant, dies at 59

2:24 PM ET Jacksonville State assistant head football coach Calvin Magee has died after suffering a heart attack last weekend, the school announced Friday. He was 59. Magee was entering his first season with the Gamecocks, with whom he also held offensive coordinator and tight end coaching duties. "Our hearts are broken with

MWC second to ditch divisions after NCAA ruling

3:33 PM ET The Mountain West Conference will eliminate its divisions in football starting in 2023, pitting the two teams with the highest winning percentages against each other in its conference championship game, the league announced Friday. The MWC followed the Pac-12 this week in its move to scrap divisions after the

Conference revenues vary in ’20-21 amid COVID

3:40 PM ET The ACC and Pac-12 released their financial data for the 2020-21 season on Friday, and most notably, the conferences saw their revenues impacted in a different way during the coronavirus pandemic. While the ACC 990 form shows total revenue was more than $578.3 million, the highest gross revenue in

Jackson-Davis out of draft, returning to Hoosiers

12:56 PM ET Indiana star big man Trayce Jackson-Davis announced Friday that he is withdrawing his name from the NBA draft and will return to Bloomington for another season, making the Hoosiers a preseason top-15 team nationally -- and potentially the Big Ten favorite. Jackson-Davis announced earlier this spring that he planned