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  1. Defensive struggles continue for AggiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ESPN

    Texas A&M's 59-0 loss to Alabama on Saturday raised a lot of questions about the Aggies. The team was inferior to the Crimson Tide in all three phases of the game -- offense, defense and special teams -- and the loss brings into question the direction the Aggies are headed.

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  2. What to expect from Butler Men's Basketball's new Head Coach, Chris HoltmannRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    The 2014-15 Butler Men's Basketball season is quickly approaching, and with relatively no new word on the status of former Head Coach, Brandon Miller, and his recovery from an undisclosed medical leave , it's safe to assume that the reins of the program lay squarely in the hands of interim Head Coach, Chris Holtmann, this season. But in the world of head coaching, Holtmann, even though he had a successful tenure at Gardner-Webb , remains relatively unknown among followers of Butler and the Big East.

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  3. 2014-15 Player Profile: Octavius EllisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Down The Drive

    Sure, you remember things about Ellis' previous stint with the Bearcats. But probably not the things he'd want you to remember - which is why he's determined to make the most out of his recent opportunity.

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  4. Profiles in Terpage: Robert CarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Testudo Times

    Our preview series continues with a Georgia Tech transfer that should have a huge impact for the Terps next season. Collegiate Stats: 23 games, 11.4 points per game, 8.4 rebounds per game, 1.1 assists per game, 1.1 blocks per game.

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  5. Burlington swimmer Keire earns U of Cincinnati athlete of weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | InsideHalton.com

    A sweep of all four of her events in the season-opening meet has earned Burlington's Jackie Keire the University of Cincinnati athlete of the week. Keire helped the Bearcats top Xavier with wins in the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle .

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  6. Huskers Visit No. 25 Minnesota WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Huskers.com

    The No. 14 Nebraska volleyball team begins a four-match road stretch with a 6:30 p.m. match at Minnesota on Wednesday on BTN.

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  7. Georgetown Hoyas Player Profiles: Trey MourningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Casual Hoya

    After a quick look at the walk-ons , our player profiles series turns to the scholarship Hoyas. First up is freshman who is no stranger to the Hilltop.

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  8. Massive test for Wolverines with Spartans up nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Crescent-News.com

    Brady Hoke knew that having a bye week before taking on No. 8 Michigan State could be a good thing for his struggling Wolverines.

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  9. St. John's makes huge recruiting push during Red Storm Tip Off to Briscoe, Diallo, SampsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Rumble In The Garden

    The college basketball season does not start for three weeks, but St. John's might have arguably had one of their biggest tests of the season this past weekend. Last weekend St. John's hosted a number of recruits including Isaiah Briscoe, Cheick Diallo, and Brandon Sampson - and the current buzz is positive for landing one, if not all of those players.

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  10. Michigan State WR Aaron Burbridge could show Michigan what it missed out onRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | MLive.com

    Aaron Burbridge enjoyed a homecoming of sorts at Indiana, but the Michigan State junior receiver was honest enough to admit his mind wandered ahead to this Saturday's game against Michigan. "You know I thought about it, they're up next,'' Burbridge said after the No.

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  11. On This Date in Celtic History: Oct. 21, 1976Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Boston Celtics

    The defending champion Boston Celtics opened the much-anticipated 1976-77 merger season at the Indiana Pacers , who were making their NBA debut after winning three ABA titles over the previous nine seasons. Four ABA teams - Indiana, San Antonio, Denver and the New York Nets - were absorbed into the established older league in 1976 while the rest of the rival loop's franchises folded.

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  12. Maine Men's Basketball to Host Skip Chappelle ScrimmageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Maine Black Bears

    ORONO, Maine With the basketball season fast approaching the University of Maine men's basketball team has announced it will be hosting the first annual Skip Chappelle Scrimmage at Memorial Gym on Oct. 25. Tip off is set for 10 a.m. "Coach Chappelle is a legend when it comes to the University of Maine and the men's basketball program in so many ways - as a player, a coach and a longtime supporter of the program," said head coach Bob Walsh. "We hope this pre-season scrimmage becomes an annual tradition for Black Bear basketball and our fans, and our players understand they are part of something a lot bigger than themselves when they wear the Black Bear uniform."

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  13. Lakers star Kobe Bryant on mentoring rookie Julius Randle: a oeIt means he cana t [bleep] it upaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | The Daily Breeze

    In their hopes to motivate Lakers rookie forward Julius Randle , both Kobe Bryant and coach Byron Scott shared he could become an NBA All-Star if he mimics Bryant's work ethic. Bryant then offered another punchline.

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  14. Big Ten morning linksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ESPN

    Three bite-sized opinions, with links below, to start off your morning: 1. Larry Johnson deserves cheers, not jeers from Penn State fans. The longtime Nittany Lions assistant, now an Ohio State coach, is returning to Happy Valley for a Saturday night game.

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  15. Boston College at Wake Forest: BC Offense vs. WF DefenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BC Soaring

    Oct 18, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston College Eagles quarterback Tyler Murphy runs the ball against the Clemson Tigers during the first half at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports There is little doubt that the Eagles will not have their hands quite as full this week as they did last week, but in the battle of BC Offense vs. WF Defense, Boston College will still have to work to get their offense back on track.

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  16. 2014 MAC Basketball Top 25: #21 G/F Tucker Haymond, Western Michigan BroncosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Hustle Belt

    Every day from now until the beginning of the season we'll be counting down the top 25 players in the MAC for the upcoming season. Today we take a look at #21, Tucker Haymond from Western Michigan.

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  17. White leads WVU offenseRead the original story

    Tuesday | Herald Star Online

    The West Virginia receiver wasn't talking about the upset victory against one of the top teams in the nation.

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  18. In Review/ Preview: Chris Obekpa's breakout year?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Rumble In The Garden

    Considering Obekpa scored under four points per game and averaged five rebounds, that's a huge leap; especially considering that Obekpa isn't making the leap as a junior, not as a sophomore who is finally acclimated to college basketball . BUT. Even if Chris Obekpa doesn't quite make it to a double-double, we think Obekpa will make more of an impact - and we think he made a bit of a jump last season as well, despite playing in a quartet of forwards and seeing more time on the sidelines than he did the previous year.

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  19. Bobcats improve to 9-2 in conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The University Star

    The Texas State volleyball team huddled in the locker room for a discussion following a four-set loss to Georgia State. "We decided that we need to be better all around-better teammates, better competitors-and we needed to step it up," Keeley Davis, sophomore outside hitter, said.

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  20. Florida AD Jeremy Foley evaluating Gators' seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley issued a statement Monday, saying he is evaluating the Gators' season "as it plays out." Florida AD Jeremy Foley evaluating Gators' season University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley issued a statement Monday, saying he is evaluating the Gators' season "as it plays out."

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