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  • Bubble Watch 2020: BYU on the move after stopping Gonzaga
    Your updated source for all of the latest on the NCAA men's tournament bubble.
  • No. 4 San Diego State's 26-game win streak ends
    San Diego State, which had been the nation's only undefeated team, lost 66-63 at home to UNLV on Saturday.
  • Kansas snaps Baylor's Big 12-record win streak
    Baylor had won a Big 12-record 23 straight games before falling to Udoka Azubuike and Kansas on Saturday.
  • Wiseman bemoans NCAA punishment as 'unfair'
    In his first interview since leaving school, James Wiseman told ESPN that he cried every night in his Memphis dormitory room during his turbulent episode with the NCAA over rules violations that Wiseman insists he hadn't been aware occurred.
  • Man pleads guilty for trying to fix 2018 game
    Benjamin Bifalco, of Staten Island, pleaded guilty that he attempted to bribe a player to fix a Division I game in December 2018.
  • E. Illinois, down 27 with 11:30 left, wins at buzzer
    With 11:30 to play in the second half Thursday night, Eastern Illinois trailed Murray State 50-23, before Josiah Wallace's 3-pointer at the buzzer capped off a 63-60 win in one of the more remarkable comebacks in NCAA history.
  • ASU says it was slow to act on claims vs. booster
    In a statement to Yahoo Sports, Arizona State acknowledged its slow response to sexual harassment allegations against athletic booster Bart Wear, who has since been barred from the school.
  • NCAA places Pitt hoops, football on probation
    The NCAA has placed the Pittsburgh basketball and football programs on three years' probation for coaching violations from 2015 to 2018.
  • Proposed Whitetail Deer Hunting Dates Presented to Ohio Wildlife Council
    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Proposed white-tailed deer hunting season dates and bag limits for the fall of 2020 were presented to the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Feb. 19, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Hunting season dates and bag limits are proposed by Division of Wildlife biologists. “Ohio is […]
  • Oklahoma Deer Gun Season Remains 16 Days
    Oklahoma’s deer gun hunting season will not be lengthened but instead will remain 16 days long following the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission’s approval of administrative rules during its regular meeting Tuesday. A proposal to add a week to the regular deer gun season was initially put forth in late 2019, based on several factors relating […]
  • Delaware hunters reminded to remove temporary deer stands
    DOVER – With Delaware’s 2019/20 deer hunting seasons having ended earlier this month, hunters are reminded to remove their portable deer stands from state wildlife areas by Saturday, Feb. 15. Any stands found on wildlife areas after that date will become the property of the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife. Hunters may temporarily set […]
  • CWD has been found in four new Iowa counties
    Chronic wasting disease has been confirmed in wild deer from Woodbury, Winneshiek, Fayette and Decatur counties this year, bringing the total number of counties in Iowa where wild deer have tested positive to eight. “We will schedule meetings in these areas in the next few months to discuss chronic wasting disease, our response and the […]
  • Chronic Wasting Disease Detected in New South Dakota Areas
    “We’ve learned that CWD is not a disease just restricted to the Black Hills and surrounding area and this definitely creates some challenges moving forward,” said GFP wildlife program administrator Chad Switzer. “As the surveillance efforts from the 2019 hunting seasons come to end, an update will be provided to the GFP Commission in March […]
  • Triple Trophy Award available to Arkansas deer hunters
    LITTLE ROCK – The 2019-20 Arkansas deer seasons are winding to a close, and only a few stalwart archers are still looking for a last-minute harvest before their Feb. 29 deadline. But there’s plenty of time for successful hunters to submit an application for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Triple Trophy Award. Hunters who […]
  • Rule Changes to Assist with Growth of Texas Managed Lands Deer Program
    AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved changes to the Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP), which provides landowners and land managers with additional flexibility to manage deer populations, improve habitats, and provide greater hunting opportunities under the guidance of department biologists. The approved changes include clarifying existing program provisions and establishing fees […]
  • LDWF Announces Deer Hunting Closure in Deer Area 5 Due to Flooding
    Deer hunting in Deer Area 5 in the Atchafalaya Basin is closed due to flooding, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) announced. The Atchafalaya River has reached 18 feet mean sea level (msl), triggering the automatic closure. Attakapas Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and DMAP lands in Deer Area 5 are included in this […]
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  • MRD Hatchery Spawning Flounder for First Time
    Anyone who has fished the beautiful waters of the Alabama Gulf Coast in the past decade knows that one of the premier inshore species, southern flounder, has been scarce. A well-documented decline in the southern flounder fishery started about 2008 and, unfortunately, the population hasn’t rebounded. Marine scientists don’t have any definitive reasons for the […]
  • DEC Seeks Volunteers to Join Striped Bass Cooperative Angler Programs
    The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is looking for participants to join DEC’s Striped Bass Cooperative Angler Programs to help biologists understand and maintain a healthy striped bass population. The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) requires New York State to provide catch information from its recreational fishery to manage this species. […]
  • FWC approves Biscayne National Park fishing regulation changes
    At its February meeting in Tallahassee, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved several regulatory changes aimed at achieving fishery management goals in Biscayne National Park. As part of the Fishery Management Plan, the FWC and the National Park Service agreed that FWC would develop fishing regulations for the park with the goal […]
  • WVDNR uses Christmas trees to create, improve fish habitat
    SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Fisheries biologists for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources are using old Christmas trees to improve habitat at popular fishing locations around the state. “Most of our reservoirs are lacking in complex, woody cover, so any type of structure we can make with the Christmas trees we collect or other […]
  • States set 2020 Columbia River spring Chinook seasons
    PORTLAND, Ore. – Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington adopted revised spring Chinook salmon and steelhead seasons for the Columbia River today during a joint state hearing. These regulations replace permanent rules that remain in effect through February 29. The season-setting process was influenced this year by a lower than average forecast for upriver-origin spring […]
  • Maryland Youth Fishing Rodeos Scheduled for 2020
    More than 4,000 children and young adults will have the opportunity to catch their first taste of fishing thanks to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and partner organizations throughout the state. From early spring to fall, the state will host 41 youth fishing rodeos in 14 counties. “These kid-friendly fishing events connect Maryland’s youth […]
  • FWC extends snook, red drum and spotted seatrout catch-and-release measures
    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will extend catch-and-release measures for snook, red drum and spotted seatrout for an additional year via an Executive Order. All three species will remain catch-and-release through May 31, 2021, in all waters from the Hernando/Pasco county line south through Gordon Pass in Collier County. These temporary regulation […]
  • Delaware emergency order authorizes change to striped bass fishing regulations
    DOVER – An Emergency Secretary’s Order issued by DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin reduces the striped bass fishing quota for commercial fishing and limits the number and size of fish that recreational anglers can keep. The emergency regulations bring Delaware into compliance with the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s (ASMFC) required 18 percent reduction in […]