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The diversity in what is going on daily within the nation’s college basketball teams never ceases to amaze:

Georgia coach Andy Landers has suspended sophomore guards Marjorie Butler and Tiaria Griffin for “failure to adhere to standards of the program.” They will sit out three games.

Cal is ready for a journey back to the Final Four.

Purdue’s lineup is not set in stone.

Baylor is about to look very different without Brittney Griner.

Kansas is looking for sustained success, after two great years.

Kentucky isn’t worried that the NCAA’s new rules limiting contact will declaw their defense.

The Matt Insell era is on tap at Ole Miss.

Kansas State is looking for a leader.

UNCW hopes their winning attitude fosters a faster revival.

Utah’s Michelle Plouffe is emerging from a long shadow.

Louisville’s Tia Gibbs is in a class of her own.

Eugenia McPherson plans to lead St. John’s to a fifth consecutive Tournament bid.

Former North Dakota State coach Amy Ruley has a lasting influence.

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