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NCAAB News:
'We're going to try to go after it': Shaka Smart is ready to win again at Marquette
After failing to win an NCAA tournament game at Texas, the prodigal young coach has set his sights on rebuilding a basketball-crazy Milwaukee program.

Pac-12 basketball predictions: UCLA is the team to beat, but watch out for Oregon
As the countdown to the 2021-22 college basketball season continues, ESPN's conference predictions series continues with the Pac-12.

UCLA coach Cronin's horse wins at Santa Anita
So Very Smart, a filly co-owned by UCLA coach Mick Cronin, won the $63,000 feature at Santa Anita on Friday.

Sources: Southern Miss to Sun Belt a 'done deal'
Southern Miss will join the Sun Belt Conference, which could soon add more members, sources tell ESPN.

Six schools accept invitations to join American
Six schools -- Florida Atlantic, Charlotte, North Texas, UTSA, Rice and UAB -- have accepted invitations to join the American Athletic Conference.

UK freshman signs deal with Porsche dealership
Wildcats point guard TyTy Washington is among the athletes to take advantage of new name, image and likeness rules.

Sources: LSU's Miller tears ACL, will miss season
Adam Miller, a 6-foot-2 transfer from Illinois, was expected to make an immediate impact for LSU, but will miss the entire season after suffering an ACL tear, sources confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.

Gonzaga's Few fined after pleading guilty to DUI
Gonzaga coach Mark Few has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving under the influence in Idaho and must pay a fine of $1,000 in lieu of spending four days in jail, according to court documents.

Madness? Huggins says majors need own tourney
Bob Huggins wants the major conferences to control college basketball's biggest financial stream by ditching the NCAA tourney in favor of their own postseason event. Said Huggins of smaller programs: "The other people, they can have their own tournament."

Paul Quinn College's new basketball court provides an artistic history lesson
Paul Quinn, a historically Black college, unveiled an impressive new court design with historical significance.