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Auburn imposes 2020-21 post-season ban for Men’s Basketball

Auburn and head coach Bruce Pearl have released the following statement surrounding self-imposed penalties involving the men’s basketball program that the university has enacted. The Auburn men’s basketball program will forgo postseason competition for the upcoming 2020-2021 season. The NCAA and the SEC have been notified. The athletics department and university administration, in conjunction with

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REPORT: LSU’s Wade involved with ‘impermissible payments’ to players

According to an ESPN report, LSU head coach Will Wade “arranged for, offered and/or provided impermissible payments, including cash payments, to at least 11 men’s basketball prospective student-athletes, their family members, individuals associated with the prospects and/or nonscholastic coaches in exchange for the prospects’ enrollment at LSU.” Wade is already under investigation by the NCAA

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OFFICIAL: Flint joins Kentucky Basketball Staff

The Kentucky men’s basketball program has added James “Bruiser” Flint – a former John Calipari assistant with more than 30 years of coaching experience – to the staff as an assistant coach. Flint will fill an opening created earlier this month when associate head coach Kenny Payne accepted an offer to join the New York

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Martin adds Bailey to Gamecocks Basketball Staff

University of South Carolina head men’s basketball coach Frank Martin announced on Wednesday the hiring of Will Bailey as an assistant coach for the Gamecocks.  Bailey arrives in Columbia after spending the past four seasons in the same position at Saint Louis.  “I’m excited to add Will Bailey to our staff; he is a perfect fit,”

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South Carolina assistant Perry Clark retires

University of South Carolina assistant men’s basketball coach Perry Clark has announced today that he will retire.  Clark, a former head coach at Tulane, Miami (Fla.) and at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, spent seven seasons as an assistant at Carolina, including during the historic 2016-17 season when the Gamecocks advanced to the Final Four. “Physically I am

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