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Pac-12 basketball might be headed for an all-time low in NCAA tournament bids

UCLA's decision this week to end Steve Alford's six-season coaching run with the Bruins ultimately served two purposes. One is intentional: to break from a partnership that seemed odd from the start and had barreled into a ditch over the last month. The second was merely a happy coincidence:

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901 Hoops: Big weekend ahead for Memphis basketball and its 2019 signees

901 Hoops is a weekly newsletter by Commercial Appeal preps writer Khari Thompson and Memphis Tigers basketball beat writer Drew Hill that will highlight the content from the high school, college and professional basketball scene in Memphis every Thursday.  It will include some of the best of the Commercial

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College basketball game times, TV schedule

Here is the college basketball TV schedule and game times for the first stretch of the 2018-19 season: *All times Eastern Thursday, Jan. 3 Penn State at No. 2 Michigan, 7 p.m., ESPN No. 20 NC State at Miami, 7 p.m., ESPNU Illinois at No. 23 Indiana, 7 p.m., FS Wright State at Detroit Mercy, 7 pm., ESPN

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No. 6 Nevada romps past Utah State 72-49 to remain unbeaten

The last time Nevada won its first 14 games in a season, the Wolf Pack played in the Far Western Conference and Harry S. Truman was president. Jordan Caroline scored 15 points and No. 6 Nevada matched a school record set in 1951-52 by beating Utah State 72-49 on Wednesday night. "I didn't think

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Colorado State begins conference play with heartbreaking loss at UNLV

Losers of seven of their last eight, Colorado State basketball was in need of a change, and for most of Wednesday night at Thomas & Mack Center against UNLV, that looked to be exactly the case. But despite a career night from Nico Carvacho, holding a lead for more than 30 minutes of play — including

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