Category: NCAA

Wildcats Open Season at Reigning National Champions

The Central Washington University football team will open their season this Thursday (Sept. 1) at the Ferris State Bulldogs, the reigning NCAA Division II National Champions. Kickoff is slated for 4:30 p.m. PST. “Every year is a different journey, it’s a different team, a different personality – so there’s a lot we’re yet to see,”…

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2022 NCAA DII Men’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll – Preseason

The Las Vegas Aces vs. Seattle Storm series in the WNBA semifinals will be a star-studded — and record-breaking — event. Seven No. 1 overall picks will take the court — the most ever in the playoffs in WNBA or NBA history. The veteran of the group is Sue Bird, who was drafted in 2002…

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College football odds, lines, schedule for Week 1: Ohio State, Georgia big favorites in openers

Here’s a look at the opening lines from some of Week 1’s biggest games At long last, the first full week of college football is here, as the calendar flips from Week 0 and its sampling of action to Week 1 and a full menu of appetizing contests. For action-starved fans of the sport, this…

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College basketball: CBS Sports releases 2023 NCAA Tournament bracket prediction

The NCAA Tournament is one of the greatest championship events in all of sports, thanks to the upset-minded nature of the event, and how much energy people put into projecting the 68-team field. That practice has yielded its own word: bracketology, with any number of people attempting to nail down not just which teams will…

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The NCAA Plans to Fund and Host a Women’s NIT

The NCAA’s Division I women’s basketball committee is planning to host a tournament similar to the men’s National Invitational Tournament (NIT) — a secondary event to March Madness, according to minutes of an August NCAA meeting that Front Office Sports reviewed. The minutes confirm an Athlon Sports/D1 Ticker report. The NCAA did not have an…

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The transfer portal is about to get even wilder when the NCAA allows players to transfer multiple times

Get ready to see athletes play for four schools in four years when the NCAA approves new transfer rules next month The announcement came during SEC Media Days where the “It Just Means More” motto took on new meaning. “Surprised at that? Absolutely surprised at that,” said Tennessee coach Josh Heupel after first hearing Thursday…

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NCAA unlikely to approve college football transfer windows this week as complications remain

The conversation is expected to be pushed until later this summer for resolution Though discussions are ongoing, specific transfer windows to address the unsettled one-time transfer climate are unlikely to be approved by the NCAA this week, sources tell CBS Sports. Resolution of tremendously complicated issue hangs in the balance with various committees scheduled to…

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2022 NCAA DII Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings – Preseason

Here is the preseason edition of the NCAA Division II Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings for the 2022 season, as released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Monday afternoon. Regional Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked…

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2022 College Football Playoff predictions, expert picks, most overrated and underrated teams

Taking a close, detailed and opinionated look at the top of college football as the season approaches Following an offseason that again delivered a taste of conference realignment (USC and UCLA to the Big Ten in the future) and typical college football controversy (Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher going at it over recruiting), time has…

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2022 NCAA volleyball season primer: Key storylines, analysis, predictions and more

After three runner-up finishes, Wisconsin’s volleyball program finally won its first NCAA championship, defeating five-time champion Nebraska in a five-set thriller last December. Can the Badgers repeat? Gone are All-Americans Sydney Hilley and Dana Rettke, but the Badgers, ranked third in the preseason AVCA Coaches Poll, return an impressive lineup that features Devyn Robinson and…

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