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Kentucky guard Immanuel Quickley will enter the NBA draft and sign with an agent, leaving school after a breakout season in which he was an honorable mention All-America selection by The Associated Press.
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The Gamecocks are still working on the recruiting front
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Washington State football is the latest program to respond to the financial aspect of the coronavirus pandemic, with Nick Rolovich taking a cut in pay.
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College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock said he and his staff still planning on playoffs be played as scheduled, will adjust as needed.
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Florida State football continues to do well on the portal trail, with Mississippi State transfer Fabien Lovett committing to FSU.
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Both expect to save money by not having to pay for travel and hosted events, among other things.
Auburn QB Bo Nix spent his spring break working out with Sam Darnold and Joe Burrow in California. Nix trained with QB coach Jordan Palmer.
Summie Carlay will evaluate his grad transfer options after the South Carolina lineman entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal.
New USF football coach Jeff Scott remembers the day his family left the state of Florida so his father could pursue a college football head coaching job.
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