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Aston out as coach after eight seasons at Texas

After recent struggles and a spate of player transfers, Texas elected to not renew the contract of head women's basketball coach Karen Aston. More »


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Astros' Verlander will donate pay during MLB shutdown

Veteran Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander said he will donate his adjusted paycheck during MLB's coronavirus shutdown to multiple organizations providing assistance during the crisis. More »


Report: MLB could start season at spring training sites

Major League Baseball is considering the use of spring training sites to start the 2020 regular season, most likely in Arizona, with the players quarantined and no fans in the stands, The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported. More »


Pitt G McGowens transferring to Nebraska

Guard Trey McGowens is transferring to Nebraska from Pittsburgh, he announced on Twitter on Saturday. More »


Report: Colorado QB Noyer withdraws from transfer portal

Colorado quarterback Sam Noyer withdrew from the transfer portal, according to the Boulder Daily Camera. More »


Mississippi State DT enters transfer portal after Leach tweet

A Mississippi State defensive tackle entered the transfer portal Friday, one day after a controversial tweet by new Bulldogs coach Mike Leach. More »


VCU F Santos-Silva declares for NBA draft

VCU forward Marcus Santos-Silva declared for the 2020 NBA Draft. More »


Phillies' Harper, Mets' Matz donate to virus relief efforts

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper and New York Mets left-hander Steven Matz have stepped to the plate by making donations to coronavirus relief efforts. More »


Judge dismisses fantasy players' suit over MLB sign-stealing

A class-action lawsuit by daily fantasy sports players maintaining that they were cheated by the Houston Astros' and Boston Red Sox's illegal sign-stealing was thrown out by a federal judge in New York on Friday. More »


U.S. judge throws out Major League Baseball sign: stealing lawsuit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit seeking to hold Major League Baseball, the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox liable to DraftKings fantasy baseball bettors for the sport's sign-stealing scandal. More »


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