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            Friendship with Jimmy Butler helps push Fenwick grad Mike Smith to Michigan

            The former Friars star, who has developed a close friendship with the Miami Heat star, will play his final college season in Ann Arbor.

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            Congrats and good luck to Arturas Karnisovas. Has he landed the Bulls a superstar yet?

            If the Bulls are ever going to play for a championship again, it’ll take a front office that can deliver the real goods. And, in the NBA, the real goods come with MVP awards and more dollar signs than nearly anyone can imagine.

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            NFL hopefuls from HBCUs adjust after canceled pro days and combine

            HBCU players lose opportunity to get in the draft spotlight after coronavirus forces cancellation of unique NFL combine.

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            NCAA grants 6th year of eligibility to DePaul’s Jalen Coleman-Lands

            Coleman-Lands played in all 32 games this past season and led the Blue Demons with 63 3-pointers while averaging 11.1 points.

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            College basketball players still have their ‘One Shining Moment’

            When the NCAA Tournament was canceled because of the coronavirus, North Carolina State student Max Goren tried to preserve one tradition.

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            Conant grad Jimmy Sotos transfers to Ohio State

            Jimmy Sotos, who started 77 games in his three-year career at Bucknell, decided to put his name in the NCAA transfer portal.

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            Former Illini star, Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies

            Mitchell earned All-Big Ten honors for Illinois in 1955 and 1957 and was a track star at the school

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            Polling Place: Which World Series winner was better, the 2005 White Sox or the 2016 Cubs?

            Also: 1996 Bulls vs. 1985 Bears. And which "weekend" of the NCAA Tournament is best?

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            Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach apologizes for tweet featuring hangman’s noose

            Leach, apparently trying to be humorous, tweeted a picture depicting an elderly woman knitting a hangman’s noose.

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            DePaul signs men’s basketball coach Dave Leitao to contract extension

            The deal will keep Leitao with the Blue Demons through the 2023-24 season.

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            Frank Maloney, former Syracuse football coach and Cubs executive, dead at 79

            Maloney mentored 19 future NFL draft picks, including Joe Morris and Art Monk, and he hired Nick Saban, Tom Coughlin and Jerry Angelo as assistant coaches.

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            NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

            The NCAA will permit spring sport athletes who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus outbreak to have an additional year of eligibility.

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            College recruiting upended by coronavirus restrictions

            Technology is helping to fill the void. FaceTime and Zoom video conferences allow coaches to see athletes as they talk, and kids are increasingly posting workouts on YouTube for coaches to see.

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            DePaul junior Paul Reed declares for NBA Draft

            Reed told Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium that he’ll forgo his senior season.

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            Athletic trainers step up: App aids overworked hospitals during COVID-19 pandemic

            Northwestern’s Tory Lindley is the president of the National Athletic Trainers Association, which has put together an app to help athletic trainers assist understaffed hospitals and health care systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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            How much better was college basketball in 1989? Flyin’ Illini join us in yelling at cloud

            Kenny Battle, Kendall Gill and Marcus Liberty remember a spectacular season and a golden era in the college game, when competition was ferocious because NBA-bound players stayed in school a lot longer than they do now.

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            Unfortunately, here are 8 things we weren’t able to watch in March

            We’ll never know how Illinois would’ve fared in the postseason, but would’ve been a thrill to see the Illini take their shot at "one shining moment." In honor of the Elite Eight — which was scheduled to unfold this weekend — here are eight things we were looking forward to watching play out.

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            Loyola’s Sister Jean calls for community during pandemic

            The chaplain of the Ramblers men’s basketball team offered a message on social media.

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            Longtime Bears season-ticket holder: ‘I felt like I was being robbed’ at deadline to re-up

            Fifty percent of NFL teams have pushed back payment deadlines as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. It was the right thing to do. Life is stressful enough these days without pressure from teams such as the Bears that stuck to their original deadlines.

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            Pandemic cancellations force NCAA to cut distribution $375 million

            The NCAA had been scheduled to distribute $600 million to more than 300 Division I schools from April to June. Instead, it will hand out far less, thanks mostly to the loss of the men’s basketball tournament.

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            UIC hires Luke Yaklich as head basketball coach

            Former Joliet West high school coach Luke Yaklich, recently an assistant at Texas and Michigan, is the new Flames basketball coach.

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            A short list of candidates for UIC basketball coach

            The UIC job is one that’s more coveted than some would think.

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            Will COVID-19 take our football season, too?

            Scientists are estimating that between 40% and 80% of the global population could become infected. According to my admittedly pedestrian-level math, one year plus 60% or so equals no Bears game in Week 1.

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            Illinois’ Brad Underwood on wiping the tears, flattening the curve and trying to move on

            A week after using the words "crushing" and "devastating" to describe missing out on the postseason due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Illini coach is taking advantage of family time and putting the pieces back together.

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            Kansas finishes No. 1 in final AP college basketball poll; Illinois is ranked No. 21

            The regular-season Big 12 champions, who were 28-3 when the season abruptly ended after the first day of the conference tournament last week, received 63 of 65 first-place votes.

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            College athlete signing periods put on hold

            The Collegiate Commissioner’s Association, which administers the letter of intent used by NCAA Division I and II athletes, says the suspension will be re-evaluated on or before April 15.

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            Northwestern believes it has answer to last season’s quarterback woes

            Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald joined the Sun-Times for this week’s Chat Room.

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            50 years later, former Notre Dame star Austin Carr still No. 1

            The ex-Irish standout’s 61-point game in 1970 continues to stand as the NCAA Tournament’s single-game record.

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            DePaul, Loyola seniors react to abrupt end to college basketball careers

            NCAA cancels the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, ending what would have been DePaul’s 18th straight women’s tournament appearance.

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            In the strange stillness of a sports shutdown, we’ll do the best we can to give fans their fill

            The coming weeks will be challenging for the Sun-Times sports department and hard on you, too.

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            An unthinkable Thursday: Coronavirus brings the sports world to a screeching halt

            A dizzying day hit fans, athletes and all others involved with the games we enjoy, play in and write about seemingly from all sides.

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            NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments canceled due to coronavirus

            March Madness will not happen this year.