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John Adams: DeShields takes charge late

Tennessee’s Diamond DeShields didn’t have an immediate impact after returning from a neck injury. But her impact still came too soon for Florida in Thursday night’s SEC women’s basketball game. 549 more words

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Women's Top 25 Capsules

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Makayla Epps scored the go-ahead basket with 8.7 seconds remaining in overtime and Evelyn Akhator had eight points in the extra session to give No. 489 more words

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Kentucky upsets No. 2 Mississippi State in OT

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Makayla Epps scored the go-ahead basket with 8.7 seconds remaining in overtime and Evelyn Akhator had eight points in the extra session to give  Kentucky a 78-75 upset victory over No. 147 more words

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DeShields sparks comeback as Lady Vols top Gators 74-70

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Diamond DeShields returned to action and came one assist away from a triple-double Thursday to spark Tennessee’s comeback in a 74-70 victory over Florida. 115 more words

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Recruits react to Ole Miss and the NCAA

OXFORD – The hits came in waves for Ole Miss’ football program when it received its notice of allegations from the NCAA’s enforcement staff Wednesday. 541 more words

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Frazier scores 28, Georgia tops Alabama 60-55

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Georgia didn’t quit defending without its leading scorer, and J.J. Frazier certainly kept making baskets.

Frazier scored 28 points in his second straight huge performance to lead the short-handed Bulldogs to a 60-55 victory over Alabama Thursday night in a game that could easily have ended as another exasperatingly close defeat. 513 more words

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Frazier scores 28, Georgia tops Alabama 60-55

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Georgia didn’t quit defending without its leading scorer, and J.J. Frazier certainly kept making baskets.

Frazier scored 28 points in his second straight huge performance to lead the short-handed Bulldogs to a 60-55 victory over Alabama Thursday night in a game that could easily have ended as another exasperatingly close defeat. 513 more words

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