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18hJohn Gasaway

Gasaway: College hoops conference power rankings start with the ACC

Which conference will be the best this season? It appears to be the ACC, but there are some wild cards lurking out there that could alter things once the season tips.

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Bill Self signs $10K check for KU student (0:52)
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Around the Horn on Louisville scandal: Someone is lying, someone is telling the truth (2:09)
Is Calipari posturing by saying Wildcats stink? (3:00)
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KU welcomes 4 top-20 recruits to campus (2:43)
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5dJeff Borzello

Gary Trent Jr. brings new dimension to name

Gary Trent Jr.'s game is different from that of his former NBA-playing dad, but the No. 9 player in the 2017 class says much of his repertoire, and formative workout habits, came from his father.

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ESPNU CBB Podcast: Kris Dunn is back!

Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg weigh in on cases of academic impropriety at both SMU and UNC. Plus, Providence PG Kris Dunn and Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall join the show.

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Scout's Take: Top-25 prospect Gabriel picks Kentucky

Wenyen Gabriel, who announced his decision on ESPN.com Thursday, should be an immediate impact defender for John Calipari's program. His skill set is similar to that of NBA forward Luol Deng.

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Since January 2013, USC has fired Steve Sarkisian & Lane Kiffin in FB. Kevin O'Neill was let go in the middle of the season. Pat Hayden?

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

South Carolina men's basketball coach Frank Martin said tonight he is "crushed" to hear football coach Steve Spurrier is retiring. He said Spurrier "has helped him so much" since he got to South Carolina.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 100 prospect Jayce Johnson (No. 81) chose Utah over California tonight, his AAU coach confirmed. Johnson said on Friday he planned to reclassify to 2015 and enroll at a college in December. At the time, California seemed like the favorite -- but Johnson's visit this past weekend turned the tide in Utah's favor. Johnson is a 6-foot-11 center with a very high ceiling. He's likely to redshirt after enrolling in December, but there's high hopes for him moving forward. "[Could be a] 10-year NBA player," one college coach said.