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Bracketology: Notre Dame, North Carolina on the right side of the bubble
The Irish moved into the field and the Tar Heels gave themselves a little breathing room as the ACC continues to be the storyline around the bubble.[read more]

Gilbert back in portal after brief time with Gators
Tight end Arik Gilbert is back in the transfer portal after decommitting from the Gators. Gilbert had announced he was transferring from LSU to Florida in January.[read more]

UConn, Stanford top 2 in early peek at seeding
UConn is the overall top seed, followed by Stanford, Texas A&M and South Carolina in the second reveal of the projected top 16 seeds in the NCAA women's basketball tournament.[read more]

Padres' Pham lucky to be playing after stabbing
Padres outfielder Tommy Pham says he's "lucky to even be able to play," after being stabbed at the start of the offseason.[read more]

All-ACC CB Kendrick no longer with Clemson
Clemson starting cornerback Derion Kendrick is no longer part of the Tigers' program.[read more]

Ex-Texas Tech QB Bowman transfers to Michigan
Quarterback Alan Bowman, a former starter with Texas Tech, announced his transfer to Michigan on the same day the Wolverines secured a commitment from highly regarded 2022 recruit Will Johnson.[read more]

Mancini gets ovation, hit in return from cancer
Trey Mancini received a standing ovation and then singled to center in his first at-bat since missing the 2020 season while recovering from colon cancer.[read more]

Tiger touched as golfers wear red to honor him
Tiger Woods, in a tweet Sunday night, said it was "touching" to see so many players wearing his trademark Sunday red for the final round of the WGC-Workday Championship.[read more]

Sources: Rockets' Oladipo turns down 2-year deal
Victor Oladipo recently turned down a two-year, $45.2 million extension from the Rockets as he continues to pursue a longer-term deal, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Byron prevails at Homestead for second Cup victory
William Byron controlled most of the final two stages at Homestead-Miami Speedway and won Sunday's race, his second victory in 111 Cup starts.[read more]