Ole Miss names assistant coach the acting head for the season

Brett Frank will be the Rebels acting head coach this year, Ole Miss announced today. The former assistant takes the reins four days after the head coach and two other assistants were fired.

Other NCAA news:

It appears Jannah Tucker, who decommitted to Tennessee yesterday, could be headed back there after her father plans to “fix things.” He implied he was behind the decision by saying he’d overreacted to misinformation.

Despite the fact that their point guard is out for the season, Maryland is expected to remain in the title mix.

Remember USC guard Ashley Corral? Her lil sister Heather now plays for the University of Washington.

Georgia Tech has special events planned for their home opener Nov. 11, against Tennessee.

Western Kentucky hopes to rise this season.

Pacific guard Gena Johnson is ready to step up.

One response to UConn Coach Geno Auriemma’s suggestion to lower the rim: change our culture’s approach to female athletes instead.

A bit of WNBA:

Tamika Catchings is transitioning from the WNBA title and finals MVP award to the next step: playing in China this winter.

The Fever’s title came about largely because of the “commendable expendables.” (Believe in yourself, people. It’s the key to success)

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  1. Heather Corral has had four knee operations before she even started playing college ball? Bone on bone in one knee already? She sounds like a good baller but a person has to wonder who is counseling her about her future ability to walk.

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