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NCAAB News:
Bubbles, buy games and bid worries: Inside the frenzy to save college basketball's nonconference season
The NCAA cleared a path for the 2020-21 college basketball season to begin with last week's announcement. Now comes the tough part.

NCAA says IARP to handle LSU infractions case
The NCAA announced on Wednesday that the infractions case involving LSU will be adjudicated through the Independent Accountability Resolution Process.

Texas State's Kaspar resigns amid investigation
Danny Kaspar resigned as Texas State men's basketball coach on Tuesday amid an investigation surrounding allegations he directed racially insensitive language toward his players.

Sources: College hoops events move to Orlando
At least eight of ESPN's men's college basketball events are being moved to the ESPN Wide World of Sports property at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, conference and team sources told ESPN.

Louisville responds to NCAA notice of allegations
Louisville has responded to the NCAA's notice of allegations with a 75-page document, calling the enforcement staff's position a "dramatically overbroad theory."

Division I ADs sign pledge to diversify hiring pools
Multiple Division I athletic directors have signed a pledge to diversify their hiring pools, according to Jason Belzer, founder of Athletic Director U. He told ESPN that 30 athletic directors have signed the pledge thus far.

Hogue, UGA's first Black scholarship player, dies
Ronnie Hogue, the first Black scholarship athlete on the Georgia Bulldogs men's basketball team, died Friday, the school announced. He was 69.

No. 3 small forward Ingram commits to Stanford
Harrison Ingram, a 6-foot-6 forward and the No. 16 overall recruit in the ESPN 100 for 2021, told ESPN's Jeff Borzello and Paul Biancardi that he's committed to Stanford.

Same as it ever was? Look closely, and 2020-21 college basketball season has plenty of precedent
Afraid of the altered look of the upcoming college basketball season? Relax. Even in our brave, new world, much of what's to come is not new.

Bracketologists speak: What tourney forecasters expect from odd 2020-21 season
Joe Lunardi and Charlie Creme look ahead to March and size up how the NCAA hoops tournaments might look like.