Injuries, looking to tomorrow’s games

College items:

Alabama’s Ericka Russell has been granted a medical disqualification for previous knee injuries, ending the senior’s college career.

Oklahoma has lost starting forward Joanna McFarland indefinitely. She had surgery Monday for a broken jaw.

The Washington schools are in Northern California for Pac-12 play. Washington State’s loss record against Stanford dates back to 1983 – 52 games ago.

Texas A&M beat Missouri tonight, and gave Coach Gary Blair his 200th win.

#15 Louisville is unbeaten at home.

Missouri guard Bailey Gee uses music to fend off stress.

Vol news:

Tomorrow is the Tennessee-LSU showdown (and I know two UCLA fans who will be there). The Vols, reeling from injuries, will have to dig deep for a win.

Nikki Caldwell says she’s committed to LSU and isn’t looking to be Tennessee’s next coach. She says associate head coach Holly Warlick has a resume that more closely matches Coach Pat Summitt’s.

Olympics:

Sources say three assistant coaches for this summer’s Olympic games have been named, and are Marynell Meadors, Doug Bruno and Jennifer Gillom. Interesting combination.

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