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Trent, No. 5 Duke use 18-0 burst to rally past No. 25 Miami

College Men's Basketball Roundup

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Gary Trent Jr. scored a season-high 30 points and No. 5 Duke needed less than three minutes to erase a 13-point second-half deficit, scoring 18 consecutive points to overtake No. 25 Miami 83-75 on Monday night.

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Arizona to hire Sumlin as football coach

College Football

TUCSON — Arizona has tabbed former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin as its football coach.

Ohio St. beats Rutgers, improves to 6-0 in Big 10

College Men's Basketball Roundup

ISCATAWAY, N.J. — Ohio State opened up the season without much expectation. So, making the Top 25 and leading the Big Ten surely wasn’t anticipated.

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Ionescu, No. 8 Oregon beat No. 18 ASU

College Women's Basketball

EUGENE, Ore. — On a near-record shooting night for No. 8 Oregon, it was still the Ducks’ defense that made the difference.

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Tudor hits six 3-pointers, Oregon St. rolls past Arizona

College Women's Basketball

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Kat Tudor scored 18 points on 6-of-8 shooting from 3-point range and No. 22 Oregon State rolled to an 88-48 win over Arizona on Sunday.

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Evans rallies No. 11 ASU to 77-75 win over Beavers

College Men's Basketball

TEMPE — Tra Holder was having a bad day, and the 11th-ranked Arizona State Sun Devils were staring at the possibility of a 1-4 record in the Pac-12.

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No. 17 Arizona uses late run to outlast Oregon 90-83

College Men's Basketball

TUCSON — Arizona went on a big run, then had a rash of turnovers and defensive mistakes to let Oregon back in it.

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NAU falls to Southern Utah, 81-75

College Men's Basketball

CEDAR CITY, Utah — Brandon Better scored 19 points, Jadon Cohee 18 and Southern Utah defeated Northern Arizona 81-75 on Saturday for the Thunderbirds’ first Big Sky Conference victory this season.

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Travel an extra grind for Division I’s smallest schools

College Men's Basketball

POCATELLO, Idaho — As the bus rolls past mileage signs for places like Malad City, Arimo and Woodruff, the long frames of Northern Arizona’s basketball players splay across the seats.

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Embry-Riddle sinks Simpson 67-55

College Women's Basketball

Embry-Riddle’s women’s basketball squad opened a season-long, four-game Cal-Pac home stand with conviction on Thursday night, pulling away late from Simpson and defeating the Red Hawks, 67-55, at ERAU Activity Center in Prescott.

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Trier leads late flurry to lift No. 17 Arizona past Beavers

College Men's Basketball

TUCSON — Allonzo Trier scored 15 of his 21 points in the second half and No. 17 Arizona pulled away from a sluggish, close game in the final 7 1/2 minutes to beat Oregon State 62-53 on Thursday night.

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Oregon upsets No. 11 Arizona State 76-72

College Men's Basketball

TEMPE — Payton Pritchard scored 18 points and hit two free throws with 13.8 seconds left, helping Oregon hold off No. 11 Arizona State 76-72 on Thursday night.

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Top 25 Roundup: No. 1 Villanova routs No. 10 Xavier 

College Men's Basketball

Villanova turned the anticipated Big East game of the year into a romp by the time some fans were still taking their seats.

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Alabama’s Saban: ‘This will be a game I’ll never forget’

College Football Wrap

ATLANTA — Nick Saban wins one title and moves on to figuring out how to get the next. It’s part of his famed Process.

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On to 2018: College football story lines for next season

College Football Wrap

This is as much a story of the offseason as the season, but no doubt the ramifications will be felt all the way through 2018.

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National Champs: Freshman QB throws game-winning TD in OT for title

College Football

ATLANTA — Tua Tagovailoa threw a 41-yard touchdown to DeVonta Smith to give No. 4 Alabama a 26-23 overtime victory against No. 3 Georgia to win the College Football Playoff national championship Monday night.

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Freshmen QBs make immediate impact for title teams

College Football: Championship Preview

ATLANTA — Jalen Hurts came within a single second of leading Alabama to a national championship in his freshman season. Now, Jake Fromm is on the cusp of a title in his first year at Georgia.

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ASU ends two-game skid, beats Utah

College Men's Basketball

SALT LAKE CITY — Mickey Mitchell had never hit two go-ahead free throws to win a game in his life before Sunday night.

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Colorado springs another upset, beats No. 14 Arizona

College Men's Basketball

BOULDER, Colo. — McKinley Wright IV didn't even realize it was his coach's birthday Saturday.

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Saban produces tenacious defenses for Tide — and ‘Dawgs

College Football: Championship Preview

ATLANTA — As Alabama All-America defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick watched a YouTube video of last week's thrilling Rose Bowl between Georgia and Oklahoma, there was a sense of familiarity with the Bulldogs.

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Ayton scores 24, No. 14 Arizona beats Utah 94-82

College Men's Basketball

SALT LAKE CITY — The Arizona Wildcats were repeatedly punched in the proverbial mouth as Utah put together a furious second-half rally in the Pac-12 showdown. The Utes, however, had no answer for Deandre Ayton.

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Colorado upsets No. 4 ASU

College Men's Basketball

BOULDER, Colo. — Namon Wright scored five of his 19 points in overtime, including a pair of crucial free throws at the end, and Colorado beat No. 4 Arizona State 90-81 on Thursday night.

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Embry-Riddle falls to UC-Merced 66-57

College Women's Basketball

Nearly one month removed from its conference opener, Embry-Riddle’s women’s basketball team jumped back into league play on Thursday, losing at Cal-Merced, 66-57, to fall to 1-1 in the Cal-Pac.

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Column: Too many good teams unable to shine in current College Football Playoff system

'On The Ball'

Although the College Football Playoff was supposedly built to withstand criticism after its 12-year television contract with ESPN, just like its BCS predecessor, a needed change is dreadfully obvious, painfully outdated and eventually inevitable.

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Ex-assistant to fired Arizona coach wants $7.5 million

College Football

TUCSON — A claim filed by the former assistant to fired Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez says he walked around the office in his underwear, fondled himself in front of her and forced her to cover up an extramarital affair he had with another woman.

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