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SMU's two-way threat, Kevin Pope, granted medical waiver

After going both ways for the latter portion of the 2013 season, Kevin Pope will get the opportunity for a repeat in 2014.

SMU announced in a press release that the running back/linebacker “has been granted a medical hardship waiver by the American Athletic Conference and will return to the field in 2014.”  Pope played in just one game in 2010 before an injury that originated in high school not only sidelined him for the remainder of that season but for all of 2011 as well. 79 more words

Rumor Mill

SMU and Gonzaga close to agreement for home-and-home beginning this season

A marquee non-conference matchup is close to being set in 2014, as SMU and Gonzaga are negotiating the terms of a home-and-home series beginning in the 2014-2015 season. 186 more words

American Athletic Conference

2014 Men's NIT Championship: Minnesota takes the crown

John Fineran has compiled the pairings and results for the Men’s National Invitation Basketball Championship which ended on Thursday.


Minnesota Golden Gophers

Myles Turner, The Next College Star... But Where Will He Go?

Myles Turner, who is he? This the question many people may be asking now, but by next season he will be one of the best college basketball players in the nation. 853 more words

NBA News

Minnesota wins NIT title in possible sign of things to come for 2014-15

The rationale behind the NCAA Tournament selection committee’s decision to exclude Minnesota was not that the Gophers weren’t among the nation’s 68 best teams. It was that, compared to other teams that were selected, they did not accomplish enough during the regular season. 532 more words


Minnesota wins NIT title over SMU; Murray State takes CIT

Minnesota guard Austin Hollins capped off his collegiate career and a run through the NIT Tournament with a go-ahead 3-pointer from the wing, breaking a 59-59 tie with 46.1 second remaining in the NIT championship game against SMU. 302 more words


CBS Must Turn to College Football to Replace David Letterman

Late-night talk luminary David Letterman announced his intention to step down as host of The Late Show in 2015, which sent social media into a speculative frenzy. 282 more words

College Football