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No. 1 Oklahoma wins Bedlam round four 10-2, claims Big 12 tournament title

No. 1 Oklahoma softball returned to the diamond at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City on Saturday afternoon looking to complete the clean sweep of conference titles by winning the Big 12 tournament final against No. 9 Oklahoma State.

After a highly contested and emotional three-game set in Stillwater last weekend, the anticipation was high for this one and the atmosphere represented that to be a big crowd that had a significant Sooners lean.

Senior Shannon Saile (16-0) would get the start and do a good job working out of trouble through the first four innings, frequently leaving runners stranded on base in key moments. She would exit in the fifth after allowing a pair of solo home runs, with freshman pitcher Nicole May relieving her to record the final four outs of the game.

Oklahoma wouldn’t wait long to get the bats going as they struck for three

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Heated exchange on Pacers’ sideline as Kings win with big game from Marvin Bagley III

Simmering frustrations boiled over in a big way on the Indiana Pacers’ bench when center Goga Bitadze clashed with assistant coach Greg Foster during Wednesday’s 104-93 loss to the Kings at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Pacers coach Nate Bjorkgren found himself answering questions about a heated exchange on the team’s bench a day after ESPN reported he faces an uncertain future with the organization due in part to his relationship with players.

“We’re in a frustrating stretch here; a lot going on with the challenges of navigating through a season,” Bjorkgren said after the Pacers lost for the fourth time in five games. “The competitive juices are flowing and things like that will happen.”

Marvin Bagley III posted a season-high 31 points and 12 rebounds as the Kings (29-37) punished the Pacers (30-35) around the basket. Sacramento had a 62-46 advantage on points in the paint. The Kings forced

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Deion Sanders’ Reaction To Saturday’s Big Win Goes Viral

Deion Sanders laughs during a Super Bowl media spot.

Deion Sanders laughs during a Super Bowl media spot.

Deion Sanders secured the biggest win of his young coaching career on Saturday.

The former NFL star, who’s now coaching at Jackson State, led his team to a massive win over Grambling State.

The Hall of Fame defensive back was extremely excited following his school’s 33-28 win over the historic program. The game came down to one final play.

Jackson State (2-0, 1-0 SWAC) defeated Grambling State (0-1, 0-1) for the first time since 2012 when Sanders’ defense made a stop at the goal line.

Sanders’ reaction to the win quickly went viral on social media. This was Grambling State’s first home loss since the 2015 season.

Sanders is in his first full season as a college football head coach. His coaching debut was a notable one, as Sanders believed he was robbed during the game. Sanders’ belongings were later

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Report: 2021 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament to Be Relocated to Indianapolis | Bleacher Report

The seating area at Bankers Life Fieldhouse is empty as media and staff mill about, Thursday, March 12, 2020, in Indianapolis, after the Big Ten Conference announced that remainder of the men's NCAA college basketball games tournament was cancelled. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

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The 2021 Big Ten men’s basketball tournament will change venues from the United Center in Chicago to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, according to Russ McQuaid of Fox 59. Play is expected to begin on March 10. 

The Big Ten women’s tournament is slated to begin a day earlier on March 9 at Indianapolis’ Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament will take place across Indiana the following week, using gyms in West Lafayette, Bloomington and Indianapolis in order to create more of a bubble for teams and staff participating. 

Both men’s and women’s Big Ten tournaments were held in Indianapolis last season, though the emergence of COVID-19 caused the conference to cancel men’s play after the first round. The women’s tournament was completed prior to the shutdown. Now, the city will get a chance to host the Big Ten once again, but any restrictions on

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