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  • Bubbles, buy games and bid worries: Inside the frenzy to save college basketball's nonconference season
    The NCAA cleared a path for the 2020-21 college basketball season to begin with last week's announcement. Now comes the tough part.
  • Same as it ever was? Look closely, and 2020-21 college basketball season has plenty of precedent
    Afraid of the altered look of the upcoming college basketball season? Relax. Even in our brave, new world, much of what's to come is not new.
  • Sources: College hoops events move to Orlando
    At least eight of ESPN's men's college basketball events are being moved to the ESPN Wide World of Sports property at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, conference and team sources told ESPN.
  • Louisville responds to NCAA notice of allegations
    Louisville has responded to the NCAA's notice of allegations with a 75-page document, calling the enforcement staff's position a "dramatically overbroad theory."
  • Division I ADs sign pledge to diversify hiring pools
    Multiple Division I athletic directors have signed a pledge to diversify their hiring pools, according to Jason Belzer, founder of Athletic Director U. He told ESPN that 30 athletic directors have signed the pledge thus far.
  • Hogue, UGA's first Black scholarship player, dies
    Ronnie Hogue, the first Black scholarship athlete on the Georgia Bulldogs men's basketball team, died Friday, the school announced. He was 69.
  • No. 3 small forward Ingram commits to Stanford
    Harrison Ingram, a 6-foot-6 forward and the No. 16 overall recruit in the ESPN 100 for 2021, told ESPN's Jeff Borzello and Paul Biancardi that he's committed to Stanford.
  • Iowa State's Hinson to miss entire season
    Blake Hinson, who transferred from Ole Miss to Iowa State this offseason, will miss the 2021-21 season with a medical condition, the Cyclones announced on Friday.
  • 2021 Lānaʻi Axis Deer Hunting Season Canceled
    Lānaʻi City – The DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) regretfully announces the cancellation of the 2021 Lāna‘i Axis Deer season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. DOFAW has determined that cancellation of the hunt is in the best interest of public safety. DOFAW is planning to implement a combination Mouflon Sheep/Axis Deer season […]
  • Iowa’s youth deer season begins Sept. 19
    The Iowa deer hunting tradition will be passed on to about 10,000 young hunters who are participating in the youth deer season, which opens on Sept. 19. This season is designed as a mentor-styled hunt, matching young hunters with a licensed adult to teach proper deer hunting techniques, wildlife behavior, and safe hunting practices without […]
  • Do your part to keep Chronic Wasting Disease out of Maine
    Chronic Wasting Diseases (CWD) is a fatal nervous system disease that impacts cervid (deer family) mammals. In deer, it has a 100% mortality rate. If established in Maine, Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) may have devastating impacts on the state’s deer and moose herds, our hunting heritage, and Maine’s economy. CWD has never been found in […]
  • Ohioans Asked to Report Sick or Dead Deer
    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohioans are reminded that Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) typically affects some white-tailed deer in the late summer, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. This is not unusual, as EHD is the most common ailment affecting deer in the eastern U.S., and the disease occurs annually in […]
  • Regulation bans natural deer lures and attractants in South Carolina
    S.C. deer hunters are reminded that the following regulation was put in place last year, impacting the use of natural deer lures and attractants in South Carolina. “No person shall for the purposes of taking or attempting to take, attracting, or scouting any wild animal in South Carolina possess or use any substance or material […]
  • Michigan DNR Announces 2020 Deer Hunting Season Outlook
    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has released its annual deer hunting preview just ahead of the 2020 seasons, opening with this weekend’s Liberty Hunt (Sept. 12-13) for youth and hunters with disabilities. Overall, conditions are looking excellent for the upcoming seasons, and hunters can expect conditions that meet or exceed 2019. Hunters who have […]
  • Urban archery hunters see early success in Arkansas
    HEBER SPRINGS — Last week’s rain didn’t dampen the spirits of many archers looking to score an early-season archery deer during Arkansas’s 2020-21 urban archery season. As of Monday morning, 174 deer had been checked through the AGFC’s online checking system by hunters who passed the hunt’s requirements and got in the stand for some […]
  • Georgia Deer Archery Season Opens This Saturday
    SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – Hunters ready to stock up the freezer with some venison will get to take to the woods beginning this Saturday, Sept. 12, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). Last year, nearly 80,000 archery hunters harvested almost 40,000 deer. Statewide, hunters can use archery equipment throughout […]
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  • Pennsylvania Fall, Winter Trout Stocking Extends Fishing Opportunities
    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The summer season may be winding to a close, but some great trout fishing opportunities are about to open on dozens of Pennsylvania waterways this fall and winter. Beginning the week of October 1 and continuing through mid-December, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) will stock approximately 120,000 hatchery raised adult […]
  • More Great News for Lake Erie Walleye and Perch Anglers
    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Preliminary results from surveys in the western basin of Lake Erie indicate more great news for Ohio anglers, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. The 2020 walleye and yellow perch hatches are both above average and continue an exceptional era of fish production in the western […]
  • Stocking cutthroat trout by airplane into Colorado’s mountain lakes
    DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife is stocking its alpine lakes in the northern half of the state, which there are 330 selected to receive roughly 380,000 trout dropped from the sky this year. Forty of those lakes and 70,000 of the fish – 65,000 cutthroat trout and 5,000 golden trout – took off Wednesday […]
  • Fishing regulations relaxed at two oxbows along the Missouri River
    The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has relaxed the fishing regulations at Upper Decatur/Tieville Bend and Louisville Bend in Monona County. Low water levels in the Missouri River have trapped fish in these areas and water levels are continuing to drop. Anglers with a valid sport fishing license may harvest all sizes and unlimited […]
  • Repairs underway at Willamette Falls Fishway to ensure passage
    CLACKAMAS, Ore. — Work is underway to repair the fishway system at Willamette Falls. Anglers and other users of the river may be seeing barge traffic as construction materials are transported from down river to the channel leading up to the cul-de-sac and notice fish counts are not being updated. The fishway has several areas […]
  • Twelve Hot Spots to Fish for Crappie in Texas
    AUSTIN – Texas is renowned for world class bass fishing and offers some of the best destinations in the country to reel in the catch of a lifetime. However, Texas also provides anglers with excellent opportunities to reel in a sometimes-overlooked species: crappie. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Inland Fisheries Division set out to […]
  • ODFW seeks comment on fish passage exemption
    SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) seeks public comment on a request to exempt from fish passage requirements a proposed culvert replacement project situated on US Forest Service Road (FS Rd# 8376) culvert which crosses the headwaters of Clarence Creek a direct tributary to Nestucca River in Tillamook County. Comments […]
  • State Agencies Join in Fishing Program for Foster Families, Youths
    Last Saturday, more than 30 children in foster care and their families participated in the first “Fostering Outdoor Oklahoma Families” event. This collaborative partnership between Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS), Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC), State Sen. Paul Rosino, Oklahoma City Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 123 (OKCFOP), International Association of Firefighters Local 157 (OKCFF) […]