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Kentucky to host Virginia Tech in 1st meeting since 1996
Kentucky will host Virginia Tech next season in the first meeting between the schools since the 1996 NCAA second round

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Marquette to host Purdue in Gavitt Games in November
Marquette will play Purdue on November 14 as part of the Gavitt Games series that matches up teams from the Big East and Big Ten conferences
Minnesota to play Providence in Gavitt Tipoff Games
The Minnesota men's basketball team will visit Providence this season as part of the Gavitt Tipoff Games
Wisconsin to host Xavier in November in Gavitt Games
Wisconsin will host Xavier on November 16 as part of the third annual Gavitt Games series matching Big Ten and Big East conference teams
Big man Yurtseven to return to NC State for sophomore season
North Carolina State says big man Omer Yurtseven will return for his sophomore season
Iowa State lands Nebraska transfer Jacobson
Former Nebraska forward Michael Jacobson is transferring to Iowa State.
Kansas lawmakers prepare to debate tax hikes, school funding
Kansas lawmakers are preparing to consider a new plan for raising taxes to fix the state budget and another measure that would boost spending on public schools
Pick 6: Gary, Evans, Sweat are defenders set to rise in '17
Pick 6: Gary, Evans, Sweat are defenders set to rise in '17
Michigan defensive lineman Rashan Gary, Florida State defensive end Josh Sweat or Alabama linebacker Rashaan Evans could be college football's breakout defensive players this season
Virginia wins 3rd straight tennis title; Stanford denied
Virginia captured its third straight NCAA men's tennis championship, while Stanford's bid for back-to-back women's titles was denied by Florida
Texas House OKs allowing guns in parked cars at schools
The Texas House has voted to allow concealed carry permit holders to have guns in their locked cars parked outside schools
Texas Senate rejecting House's watered down 'bathroom bill'
The Texas Senate is planning to reject a House attempt to revive the transgender "bathroom bill," and seek a conference committee to reconcile differences in proposals that each chamber passed on the issue
Duke rallies past Clemson 6-3 in ACC tournament
Jalen Phillips' two-run single followed Michael Smiciklas' RBI hit in the top of the eighth inning as Duke rallied past Clemson 6-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament
Bill could turn back page, return power to Texas board of ed
The Texas Legislature is close to giving the state's often-combative Board of Education broader veto power over textbooks used across America's second-largest state
Michigan adds graduate transfer Jaaron Simmons from Ohio U
Michigan added a graduate transfer while waiting to find out if two players are going to keep their names in the NBA draft
Everett counters OxyContin maker's call to have suit tossed
The city of Everett is firing back at the multibillion-dollar producer of the prescription drug OxyContin
Texas moves to soften voter ID law after judge finds bias
Texas Republicans are moving to weaken a voter ID law and send it to Gov. Greg Abbott after a judge twice ruled that the original version deliberately tried to suppress minority voters
Texas Senate OKs fining police who fail to report killings
The Texas Senate has voted to approve a bill that seeks to impose new accountability standards on police departments reporting when an officer kills a civilian
Trevon Bluiett stays at Xavier after considering NBA
Trevon Bluiett is staying at Xavier for his senior season instead of entering the NBA draft, a huge boost to a Musketeers team that reached the Elite Eight last season
Minnesota's Fitzgerald gets 6th season from NCAA, has 2 left
Minnesota forward Davonte Fitzgerald has been awarded a sixth season of eligibility by the NCAA
Highlights from in and around the world of Texas politics
The often-combative Texas Board of Education would expand its ability to reject textbooks it doesn't like, rolling back limits that have been in place for more than two decades, under a proposal on the verge of clearing the state Legislature
Michigan House OKs bill governing police body camera footage
Michigan House passes legislation to help create policies for body camera footage obtained by law enforcement officers
Losing their kicks? Funds for Route 66 towns may be at risk
Losing their kicks? Funds for Route 66 towns may be at risk
A program credited with helping bring back to life forgotten landmarks along famed Route 66 is expiring in two years, putting funding for struggling towns at risk
Unsealed records suggest years of abuse for slain Kansas boy
Newly released documents show Kansas received reports that a boy who ultimately was murdered and fed to pigs was being physically abused years before his death
3 Michigan State players accused of assault violated policy
Lawyer says 3 football players at Michigan State University have been found in violation of campus policy in a sexual assault investigation
New policy center at University of Wisconsin raises alarms
New policy center at University of Wisconsin raises alarms
Gov. Scott Walker and fellow Wisconsin Republicans on Tuesday announced the formation of a new public policy center at the state's flagship university, which liberals said would be nothing more than a taxpayer-funded conservative think tank
Pitino encouraged about hoops program as NCAA decision looms
Pitino encouraged about hoops program as NCAA decision looms
Coach Rick Pitino got some good news while Louisville awaits its fate after an NCAA investigation into the men's basketball program
Ford's new CEO promises a fit _ but fun _ company
Ford's new CEO promises a fit _ but fun _ company
Ford's new CEO promises a fit _ but fun _ company with a clear direction for the future
West Virginia's Elijah Macon to pursue pro career
West Virginia forward Elijah Macon will pursue a professional basketball career and will not return for his final season with the Mountaineers
Frisco Bowl to debut this season in Texas at MLS stadium
Miami Beach Bowl is now Frisco Bowl, moving from Florida to Texas; ESPN group takes ownership of game
Zach Smith returning to Texas Tech instead of NBA draft
Zach Smith has decided to return to Texas Tech for his senior season after initially entering his name into the NBA draft
West Virginia's Carter withdraws from NBA draft
Big 12 defensive player of the year Jevon Carter of West Virginia has withdrawn his name from the NBA draft