What Joey Brunk’s Transfer Means for the 2021-22 Ohio State Basketball Team

Finding the right fit for your college basketball program isn’t just about what happens on the court, but off it as well. Ohio State added a key piece. How will that commitment impact the Buckeyes?

By the end of last week, Ohio State was supposed to know whether or not it would land five-star 7-footer Efton Reid.

For three years, head coach Chris Holtmann and assistant coach Ryan Pedon chased after him. For well over a year, it appeared as though they were a frontrunner, if not the frontrunner, to land Reid. He was supposed to make his college

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Novak Djokovic responds to Rafael Nadal over Grand Slam comment: I’m not obsessed with anything

Novak Djokovic has denied Rafael Nadal’s suggestion that he is “more obsessed” with how many Grand Slam titles he wins than some of his rivals.

Djokovic is currently third in the all-time Grand Slam standings with 18, two behind joint-leaders Nadal and Roger Federer.

Nadal said on Monday that Djokovic is “more obsessed about this” than he is and “it means a lot to him all of this stuff” – although he did add he didn’t view this in a “negative way”.


‘Very challenging’ – Djokovic: Most players experiencing mental and motivational issues


Asked about Nadal’s

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Gary Taylor Out As Auburn Head Swim Coach After Three Years

Auburn will move on from head swimming coach Gary Taylor after just three seasons, the school announced in a statement today.

“Auburn and head swimming and diving coach Gary Taylor have mutually agreed to part ways,” Athletic Director Allen Greene said in the release, which you can read in full below:

AUBURN, Ala.— Auburn and head swimming and diving coach Gary Taylor have mutually agreed to part ways, Auburn Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced Monday. Taylor spent three seasons as the Tigers’ head coach.

“Auburn is appreciative to Gary for his service to the Auburn swimming and diving

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European Super League explained: Project suspended after Premier League clubs exit; latest news, reactions

European soccer was rocked by the biggest story in at least a generation for the past couple of days when 12 of Europe’s biggest clubs announced plans to break away from the established soccer order and form a Super League. The plan was ultimately short-lived after the rogue breakaway group lost the backing of all six Premier League clubs. On Tuesday night, the Super League will be put on pause to “reconsider the most appropriate steps to reshape the project,” effectively ending a 48-hour power play to leave UEFA, the governing body for European soccer.

CBS Sports soccer insider

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What drivers said after Richmond – NASCAR Talk

Alex Bowman – Winner: “I feel like lately we’ve been really, really fast each and everywhere we’ve gone. Atlanta we ran third. Bristol, we’re the best car, break a transmission. Go to Martinsville, the 12 was probably the best car, but we were probably the second-best car. We have our issue there. Pretty happy with where we’re at right now. We’re going to a lot of places that statistically I’ve struggled at, like Martinsville and here, and running really, really well. I think when we get to the places that I feel like we’re actually good at, it’s going to

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What could a college football Super League look like?

As the globe comes to terms with the inevitably of a Super League upending the structure of European soccer, it’s not hard to imagine a series of events that leads to a similar shift in an American sport similarly steeped in more than a century’s worth of tradition. With its best teams spread mostly among five regional conferences — all fighting for independent television contracts — college football lends itself to the idea of a Super League in the same way.

The concept is easy to understand: If all the best teams play in the same league, that league would

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