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Former Cal head basketball coach Lindsay Gottlieb instructs her team during the first round of the women's NCAA Tournament. The Cavaliers hired Gottlieb as an assistant on John Beilein’s staff. 

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Arizona’s 2012 All-Pac-12 guard Kyle Fogg will not play in this summer’s The Basketball Tournament (TBT), a $2 million winner-take-all event that Fogg’s team, Overseas Elite, has won four years in succession, 25-0 overall. The TBT has grown to 64 teams, and now is operated with an NCAA Tournament-type bracket at eight regional sites. Overseas Elite will defend its four titles, but Fogg, who averaged 34.4 points this year for China’s Guangzhou Long-Lions, is not listed on the roster. At 29, he has played in the NBA G League, and in Spain, Belgium, Germany and Spain and is now a free agent, taking the summer off for once.

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UA football coach Kevin Sumlin made an exemplary hire last week, exploring the country before hiring John Marinelli, 34, a two-time state championship coach at Greenwich High School in Connecticut, to be one of Arizona’s two offensive analysts. Marinelli is a big name in Connecticut, coaching Greenwich to a 25-1 record the last two seasons and winning two state titles as a prep QB in 2001 and 2002. His father, Lou Marinelli, is a Vern Friedli/Jeff Scurran-type legend in prep coaching in Connecticut, with 10 state titles, a so-called offensive guru whose son has carried on the legend. Marinelli essentially replaces Harold Goodwin as an Arizona offensive analyst; Goodwin is now the assistant head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Jason Gore won one tournament in his eight seasons on the PGA Tour.

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After going 60-12 the last two seasons, reaching the final eight of the NJCAA men’s basketball tournament twice, Pima College men’s basketball coach Brian Peabody oversaw another offseason of positioning his players at four-year schools. Here’s the list:

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In 1993 and 1994, Arizona golfer Jason Gore became the first Pac-10 golfer in the modern era to win back-to-back league championships. He then transferred to Pepperdine, nearer his Southern California home, saying he had medical issues that needed attention.

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Some schools involved in the FBI's college basketball investigation were put on alert by an NCAA official Wednesday. Could Kansas be among them? The official, Stan Wilcox, vice president of regulatory affairs, told CBSSports.com that six schools will receive a Notice of Allegations for Level 1 violations. Two would receive notices in July, the other four later this summer. The violations were ...

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Haley Moore finished eighth at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, above, in April and went on to help the UA make the NCAA Tournament for a second consecutive year.