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If Tom Crean Becomes Available, Mizzou’s Coaching Search Should End Right There

If Tom Crean wants to coach at Missouri, then Mizzou needs to make the deal and hire him as the Tigers’ next basketball coach. Make it easy. Crean has the job at Indiana, but that’s subject to change. College basketball fans from Bloomington, NY, to Bloomington Tex., to Bloomington, Calif. are waiting to see what develops in Bloomington, Ind. The ...

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Your Friday Football Fix and Picks: Seahawks Roll, Rams Continue Slide, Shootout at Wash St.

Once again, I’m gonna jump right into the picks this week…with comments on the games that grab my attention. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving! NFL Week 12 Minnesota @ Detroit (-2.5) (Exciting game…too bad it was a loss for me!) Washington @ Dallas (-7) (Just as I thought…Dallas wins but Washington scores enough to beat the spread.) Pittsburgh (-8) ...

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Travis Ford Says the Billikens can be on Par with Villanova, Other Elite Programs

Travis Ford has been Billikens head basketball coach little over a week, but is hitting the ground running. The former Oklahoma State coach is known throughout his career for being a strong recruiter and cultivating up-tempo offenses. He hopes to do the same for Saint Louis University. Ford recently told Bernie Miklasz about his approach to recruiting and coaching, as ...

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SLU Fires Basketball Coach Jim Crews After A-10 Loss

Saint Louis University is parting ways with men’s basketball coach Jim Crews. The news comes after the Billikens fell 73-65 to George Washington in the Atlantic 10 Tournament. A press release from the university is below: Saint Louis University Director of Athletics Chris May announced today that Jim Crews has been released as SLU’s head men’s basketball coach. This decision ...

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