No. 11 Auburn producing big basketball comebacks

Auburn basketball coach Bruce Pearl says his team’s record makes little sense based solely on the stats. But the 11th-ranked Tigers have shown a penchant for big comebacks and winning close game. (Feb. 11)

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What’s next for the NCAA and NIL? – AP Top 25 Podcast

The college football offseason is here but there is still plenty of news in college sports. This week attention turns to the NCAA convention where the hot topic will be name, image and likeness. The NCAA is trying to come up with an ideal model that would allow athletes to be paid for their fame. But ultimately it might be federal lawmakers who have the most say in what comes next. What if any news could come out of the NCAA convention this week in Southern California?

Nicole Auerbach from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about NCAA policy and the news of the week closer to the field.

Will there be anyone left at LSU to defend the Tigers’ national
championship after a mass exodus of players and key assistant coaches?

Miami might have found a transfer quarterback to help turnaround its offense.

And where does Justin Fuente stand at Virginia Tech after he talked to Baylor about its job opening?

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AP Top 25 Podcast: Last Word on LSU and Looking Ahead to 2020

The final AP College Football Podcast of the 2019 season, Dan Wolken and Paul Myerberg of USA Today join AP’s Ralph Russo to recap LSU’s national championship game victory against Clemson.

What is Joe Burrow’s place in college football history after a record-breaking season and remarkable rise to super stardom? How about these Tigers? Is coach Ed Orgeron’s team worthy of a spot among the great in recent college football history? Plus, what to make of Trevor Lawrence’s first taste of adversity at Clemson?

Then we spin it ahead to 2020. The top stories, the most interesting teams, players, rivalries and coaches, heading into next season.

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Tigers and meerkats enjoy frozen treats

Staff at ZSL London Zoo dish out special ice lollies to help cool down the animals in the heatwave. (July 26)

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The tiny Tigers driving China’s golf boom

As their parents and grandparents sipped tea or lattes in the Spanish-themed clubhouse and discussed how to get into China’s top universities, the children out on the 18-hole course displayed techniques that professionals would not be ashamed of — they represent China’s growing army of child golfers and the country’s budding interest in a game that was banned under Mao Zedong because it was “for millionaires”.

VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 22, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Afghan presidential candidates agree on national unity government, bomb kills two policemen in Egyptian capital, group of Rwandan rebels in D.R. Congo won’t disarm without promise of protection, and Malaysia screens banned Singaporean political documentary.

AFGHANISTAN
Power-Sharing Agreement Ends Election Drama
Ashraf Ghani will serve as president, while Abdullah Abdullah’s role of chief executive resembles that of prime minister.

EGYPT
Bomb Attack Kills Policemen in Cairo
The blast targeted a police checkpoint near the Foreign Ministry building in Cairo.

D.R. CONGO
Rwandan Rebels Seek Security Before They Disarm
Commander of the Tigers says he and his militia want to return to their country and form a political party.

SINGAPORE
Banned Political Documentary Screened in Malaysia
The government claims the subjects of ‘To Singapore, With Love’ gave untruthful accounts and that the film undermines national security.

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