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FGFTRebMISSOURIMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSBrown111-40-01-3032Tilmon306-80-22-51512Pinson275-110-00-12214Ma.Smith344-101-20-11311D.Smith387-152-22-39217Mi.Smith334-74-54-61014Buggs120-10-00-0010Pickett111-30-00-1002Braun40-20-01-1000Totals20028-617-1110-21141672

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FGFTRebNC STATEMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSBates283-40-01-6236Funderburk293-92-21-4228Hellems376-120-10-60013Hayes277-113-40-43320Seabron318-120-14-132317Beverly293-70-00-1318Moore173-60-21-2318Dowuona10-00-00-0000Farrar10-00-00-0000Totals20033-615-107-36151380

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Dru Smith scored the game-winner, banking a baseline drive reverse layup off the glass with 0.7 seconds on the clock and Missouri held on to defeat Florida 72-70 on Wednesday night for the Tigers' first-ever win in Gainesville.

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Jones 4-10 0-0 8, Moragne 5-7 2-2 12, Randolph 4-11 5-7 13, Reaves 4-8 2-2 13, Speer 3-6 3-4 10, Brown 1-3 4-4 7, Desir 0-3 0-0 0, Davis 1-1 0-0 2, Clark 0-2 0-0 0, Williams 0-1 0-0 0, Littles 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-52 16-19 65.

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FGFTRebMINNESOTAMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSCurry281-40-21-5132B.Johnson91-30-00-1002Carr404-1313-151-24122Mashburn281-90-00-1322Williams358-140-12-53117Ihnen323-84-42-100212Gach183-70-00-2037Freeman100-11-21-3041Totals20021-5918-247-29111665

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FGFTRebFLORIDA A&MMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSJones254-100-04-11148Moragne395-72-24-100312Randolph384-115-70-93113Reaves294-82-20-52313Speer333-63-40-33410Brown131-34-40-0017Desir90-30-01-2100Davis51-10-00-0022Clark40-20-01-1000Williams30-10-00-0000Littles20-00-00-0100Totals20022-5216-1910-41111865

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FGFTRebPROVIDENCEMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSHorchler251-50-04-7122Watson339-131-51-50219Breed100-40-00-1110Duke356-142-41-93516Reeves323-112-20-3109Bynum286-130-01-23213Gantt243-52-22-4118Croswell60-00-00-0010Goodine60-00-00-0120Totals20028-657-139-31111667

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FGFTRebUCONNMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSSanogo317-112-24-91316Whaley338-140-05-102017Bouknight294-137-80-62416Cole355-122-20-31114Martin310-30-01-6120A.Jackson160-02-20-1122Polley130-10-00-0000Gaffney121-32-20-1024Totals20025-5715-1610-3681469

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FGFTRebLEHIGHMinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSLi91-20-00-1112Lynch170-50-00-1030Fenton301-40-01-4113Taylor302-90-21-3334M.Wilson378-170-01-61219J.Wilson307-153-42-61117Parolin241-60-01-5002Alamudun172-24-43-4028Betlow61-30-00-0023Totals20023-637-109-3071558

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All Times ESTOverallWLTOWOLPtsGFGAWLTMinnesota St.1000113376291631Bowling Green831022799581981Lake Superior St.630222463511463Michigan Tech650102073511781N. Michigan451222062878151Bemidji St.331221862571183Ala.-Huntsville29010829643141Ferris St.011101353951201

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Transgender student athletes would be required to compete on teams that match the sex on their birth certificate under a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution debated in a House committee hearing Wednesday.

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Legislators in more than 20 states have introduced bills this year that would ban transgender girls from competing on girls’ sports teams in public high schools. Yet in almost every case, sponsors cannot cite a single instance in their own state or region where such participation has caused …

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jordyn Jenkins scored a career-high 16 points, Endyia Rogers added 15 points and dished off a career-high 11 assists and eighth-seeded USC defeated ninth-seeded Arizona State 71-65 in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament on Wednesday.

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FGFTRebWICHITA ST.MinM-AM-AO-TAPFPTSUdeze275-72-52-100312Trey.Wade319-121-63-50423Dennis357-122-33-130220Etienne343-123-42-46012Gilbert331-100-20-11213Jackson161-41-22-3323Council111-32-20-1115Porter110-00-00-1010Poor Bear-Chandler20-00-00-0000Totals20027-6011-2412-38221478

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SEATTLE (AP) — Sue Bird’s busy week continued Wednesday standing atop the most recognizable landmark in Seattle helping raise a giant green flag to show off the new logo of the only WNBA franchise she has ever played for.

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II was sentenced Wednesday to 14 years in prison for multiple rapes and other sexual offenses against five women in Southern California, including one who was homeless when he attacked her in 2018.