Play 4 Kay games will feature 14 top teams

ESPN has announced its “Play 4 Kay” games for this season, to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Among 14 top teams that will be playing are Tennessee, South Carolina, Duke, Notre Dame, California and Louisville.

More college news:

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley plans to use her international coaching success with the Gamecocks this season.

Baylor freshman Deykeia Cohen is competing in the National Entrepreneurship Challenge. She advanced to the semifinals today.

Louisiana Tech coach Tyler Summitt previews his team.

Nebraska has the task of replacing Jordan Hooper.

Notre Dame freshman Brianna Turner is getting use to the pace of the college game.

LSU had a Marines mentality in their first practice.

Ohio State has limited experience up front.

Elevate is the key word for Florida this year.

West Virginia coach Mike Carey previews the season.

Texas Tech has intensity and patience.

Boise State preview.

Daisha Simmons:

The NCAA has cleared Daisha Simmons to play at Seton Hall, effective immediately.

Longtime emcee Dick Vitale criticized both Alabama and the NCAA as “lacking common sense.”


June Courteau has been named the NCAA’s national coordinator of women’s basketball officiating.

Longtime NBA referee Violet Palmer was shaped by her experience at Cal Poly Pomona.