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UNC Tar Heels Inviting Players Back to Earn Degree

UNC Tar Heels Inviting Players Back to Earn Degree

By Knup The North Carolina Tar Heels may have had to deal with some issues relating to student ...

Top Recruit Chooses to Play in China Over College Basketball

Top Recruit Chooses to Play in China Over College Basketball

By Knup It's a topic that often times seems to get thrown around, but doesn't happen much. The idea ...

Shane Battier Hired as ESPN College Basketball Analyst

Shane Battier Hired as ESPN College Basketball Analyst

By Knup One of the more well-known names to retire in the NBA recently will be taking his ...

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Fullerton, CA (SportsNetwork.com) – Guard Tre’ Coggins, who led Air Force in scoring last season, has transferred to Cal State Fullerton. Coggins, who is from San Juan Capistrano, Calif., averaged 16 points last season for Air Force, but decided to leave the school at the end of his sophomore season. He will redshirt the 2014-15 campaign at Cal State Fullerton and be eligible to play for 2015-16. “We are extremely excited to add Tre’ to the Titan family,” continue
Milwaukee, WI (SportsNetwork.com) – Guard Todd Mayo has decided to forego his senior season at Marquette to pursue a professional basketball career. Mayo averaged 11.3 points and 2.7 rebounds as a junior in 2013-14. “We wish Todd nothing but the best and appreciate his contributions to the program, not only since I arrived at Marquette, but during his entire career,” head coach Steve Wojciechowski said. “I completely understand his desire to continue his career at the professional level and support his decision.” The school said Mayo, who is the younger brother continue
Boulder, CO (SportsNetwork.com) – University of Colorado men’s basketball head coach Tad Boyle announced the addition of Providence transfer Josh Fortune to a Financial Aid Agreement (FAA). Fortune, who started all 35 games for the Friars as a sophomore, will sit out the 2014-15 season and have two years of eligibility remaining. “We’re extremely excited about Josh and what he brings to our program,” said Boyle. “He’s a guy who is battled tested in the BIG EAST for two years, played a lot of minutes and played in a lot of big games.” Fortune continue
By Knup The North Carolina Tar Heels may have had to deal with some issues relating to student athletes in recent months, but they are working towards making sure that their former students are still able to get degrees from the school, even if they end up leaving early to pursue professional careers in sports. The news came out that the Tar Heels, who are consistently favorites to contend for major national titles, are now inviting former scholarship athletes who leave before completing their degrees in a program that’s called “Complete Carolina.” The program was put announced by Chancellor Carol Folt, and she continue
Knoxville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) – Tennessee point guard Brandon Lopez will miss the upcoming season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee playing basketball with teammates, the school said Tuesday. Tennessee said in a news release the injury happened Saturday. Lopez, a walk-on entering his senior season, has scored just five points in three seasons for Tennessee but new Volunteers coach Donnie Tyndall said the 6-foot-1 guard “had worked himself into a position where he was competing for a starting role.” “It’s very disappointing for our continue