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Kickoff times set for Gamecocks' first 3 football games

57% Center coverage: 14 sources
Nebraska will open its 2022 season Week Zero against Northwestern at the Aer Lingus College Football Classic at Dublin's Aviva Stadium. The Huskers' home opener against North Dakota on Sept. 3 will kick off at 2:30 p.m. (Central) on BTN. Nebraska closes the regular season with its traditional Black Friday matchup with Iowa in Iowa City.See the Story
Vanderbilt · Kentucky

What's wrong with Vanderbilt's baseball's pitching after SEC Tournament?

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
The No. 1 Vols (50-7) and No. 4 Tigers (38-18) play Friday (approximately 9 p.m. ET, ESPN) They will play 30 minutes after the conclusion of Alabama vs. Texas A&M in the final game.UT trounced Vanderbilt 10-1 in its SEC Tournament on Thursday.See the Story
SEC · Kentucky

LSU baseball battles Kentucky in the SEC tournament

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
LSU beat Kentucky 11-6 in a game earlier in the tournament. The Tigers lost 5-2 to Tennessee to set up the elimination game against the Wildcats. The winner of LSU-Kentucky will take on Tennessee in the late game Saturday night to determine who plays in Sunday's title game.See the Story

Texas softball advances to Women's College World Series with 3-0 win over No. 4 Arkansas

Arkansas had not lost consecutive games since a home super regional last season when Arizona swept at Bogle Park. The Razorbacks lost in the super regional round for the third time since 2018 and failed to advance to their first Women's College World Series. Texas advanced to Oklahoma City while playing all of its games away from home.See the Story
SEC · Arkansas

Star Arkansas big man Jaylin Williams opts for NBA Draft, fogoes eligibility

Coverage: 2 sources
Arkansas sophomore big man Jaylin Williams announced on Saturday that he will remain in the 2022 NBA Draft, forgoing the remaining three years of his college eligibility. Sources confirmed that Williams (6-10 forward / center, native of Fort Smith) is working with Cleveland, Ohio-based Verus Management Team sport agency. Williams joins Golden State rookie forward Jonathan Kuminga, New Orleans guard Kira Lewis, Chicago wing Derrick Jones, Jr., Charlotte guard Terry Rozier, and Atlanta Hawks wing Kevin Knox among the players represented by the Verus firm.See the Story

Saint Peter’s star KC Ndefo following Shaheen Holloway to Seton Hall

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Ndefo declared for the NBA draft in April but has now withdrawn his name effective immediately in order to play in South Orange next season. The 6-foot-7 forward averaged 10.5 points, 6.1 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 2.8 blocks last season while shooting 47% from the field.See the Story
Notre Dame

Latest on Five-Star QB Dante Moore

The latest on Detroit (Mich.) King five-star quarterback Dante Moore, one of the most coveted uncommitted prospects in the entire country.See the Story

Stanford basketball star Harrison Ingram withdraws from 2022 NBA Draft

Stanford basketball forward Harrison Ingram will exit the 2022 NBA Draft process and return to the Cardinal. The 6-foot-7 forward earned freshman of the year honors after averaging 10.5 points, which ranked second on the team, and 6.7 rebounds per game. The 247Sports Composite ranked him as the No. 19 prospect nationally, No. 6 small forward and No. 2 prospect in the state of Texas.See the Story
Hamilton Bulldogs · Arizona

Mississippi State softball's postseason run ends, Bulldogs lose Super Regional to Arizona

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Mississippi State softball's magical postseason run ended in front of a packed crowd at Nusz Park on Saturday. The Bulldogs lost 7-1 to Arizonain Game 2 of the Starkville Super Regional, losing the series 2-0. Arizona advances to the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City for the 29th time.See the Story

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