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Stephens basketball struggles against Freed-Hardeman

Top-ranked Freed-Hardeman proved too much for Stephens women's basketball as Freed-Hardeman won 114-49 on Saturday.

Columbia men's team wins fifth straight

The Columbia men's basketball team picked up its fifth consecutive win by beating Missouri Baptist 85-61 on Saturday.

Narrow victory for Columbia women's basketball

Columbia saw its eight-point lead nearly slip away in the final five minutes, but the Cougars held on and beat Missouri Baptist on Saturday.

Sharing secrets: How do Ohio State, Oregon trade tips?

When Urban Meyer took a year off from coaching, he made a trip to Oregon to visit a friend and to find out how Chip Kelly was running the show in Eugene.

Bobby Portis leads No. 23 Arkansas to convincing win against Vanderbilt

It's the first time since the 2007-08 season that Arkansas (13-2) has started 2-0 in conference play, and it did so in familiar fashion. The Razorbacks scored 31 points off a season-worst 22 turnovers by the Commodores (11-4, 1-1).

Alabama men's basketball tops Tennessee

Alabama guard Rodney Cooper scored 17 points and Alabama improved its win streak to six games with a 56-38 victory over Tennessee.

Wilson leads Seattle past Carolina

Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 268 yards and three touchdowns, and the Seattle Seahawks beat the Carolina Panthers 31-17 on Saturday night in an NFC divisional playoff game.

Columbia College women's basketball gets win; Stephens makes progress

Columbia coasted to a victory, as it was expected to do. But for Stephens coach Ray Fron, the night wasn't a total loss.

Boston will be American bidder for 2024 Olympics

U.S. Olympic leaders surprisingly cast their future with Boston, hoping a compact, college-centric bid will overshadow the city's organized protest group and convince international voters to bring the Summer Games to America after a 28-year gap.

No. 7 Vols women's team trounces No. 9 Texas A&M

Tennessee Volunteers center Isabelle Harrison committed only two fouls Thursday night and responded with 21 points and eight rebounds as the seventh-ranked Vols trounced No. 9 Texas A&M 81-58 for their ninth consecutive victory.

O'Neill leads No. 10 Kentucky women to 78-57 win over Auburn

Kentucky (14-2, 3-0) put up the first five points and outscored the Tigers 21-7 over the final 5 minutes to dispose of struggling Auburn in its final tuneup before Sunday's showdown at top-ranked South Carolina.

No. 1 South Carolina women coast to win over Alabama

Alaina Coates scored 20 points and the top-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks had six players in double figures in a 102-59 win over Alabama in Thursday night's women's basketball game.

New Florida coordinator feeling comfortable

Former Miami player and coach Randy Shannon believes he fits in nicely alongside new Florida coach Jim McElwain and defensive coordinator Geoff Collins.


Georgia hires Rams' Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator

Brian Schottenheimer, 41, was the Rams' offensive coordinator the past three seasons after heading the Jets' offense from 2006-11. He previously served as quarterbacks coach for the San Diego Chargers and Washington.

Football bowl viewership up, attendance down first year of playoff era

Wright Waters, the executive director for the Football Bowl Association, said the attendance drops reflect regular-season trends. A study showed the average regular-season attendance for home games this year was 43,483, down 4 percent from last season and its lowest figure since 2000.

Missouri football's Markus Golden makes AP's All-Bowl Team

The Associated Press put Missouri senior Markus Golden, who had 10 tackles in a Citrus Bowl win against Minnesota, as one of its top performers in the bowl season.

Florida basketball's Michael Frazier II leads Gators over South Carolina

Michael Frazier II, who scored 37 points in an away win against South Carolina last season, had 17 points as the Gators snapped a two-game losing streak and opened Southeastern Conference play with a win for a third straight season in a 72-68 victory Wednesday night.

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston declares for NFL draft

The Seminoles went 26-1 with Jameis Winston starting and won the 2014 national championship. He is expected to be one of the first quarterbacks selected, but faces questions about his off-field incidents.

After dismissal for assault, former Georgia lineman lands at Alabama

Johnathan Taylor was dismissed from Georgia in July 2014 following his arrest on aggravated assault and family violence charges. He played last season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Mississippi.

Columbia men's basketball's strong shooting tops Park University

Columbia (13-3, 6-2 American Midwest Conference) shot 48 percent from the field, helping the Cougars build their lead. Senior Zach Rockers scored a season-high 23 points and grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds in the win.