CollegeInternational BasketballWNBA No games, but more news By Sue Favor - October 3, 2018 College team news: Georgia looks to close the gap this season. Ohio State has a tough early schedule. Boise State has a deep bench this year. Kansas enters the year with postseason aspirations. Oregon State is off to a fast start in practice. College player news: Kysre Gondrezick gets the point for West Virginia. Kansas guard Jessica Washington said her ACL tear was a blessing in disguise. College coach news: Lindsay Whalen and Minnesota are excited to host the Final Four in 2022. Kevin McGuff previews sixth year at Ohio State. A contract extension for LSU coach Nikki Fargas is on the board agenda for the third time. Coach Kate Achter is bringing success to Loyola Phoenix. Recruiting news: No. 2 prospect Jordan Horston has committed to Tennessee. WNBA news: The search for the next league president has never been more important. The challenges and opportunities facing the new president are many. Is the best to come for Breanna Stewart? Stewart and Candace Parker discussed the future of the WNBA. A’ja Wilson said the WNBA’s pay inequity is a tough pill to swallow. Bonus: History of the WNBA. Lindsey Harding is blazing a new trail as a scout for the Sixers. Lauren Jackson is now setting the standard off the court. The FIBA president thanked Nigeria and Senegal for their historic performances at the World Cup.