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2016 Schedule
3rd in WCC
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25dBrett McMurphy and Jake Trotter

Sources: Big 12 cuts expansion list to at least 12

Sources told ESPN the Big 12 has cut its list of candidates to at least 12 schools: Air Force, BYU, UCF, Cincinnati, Colorado State, UConn, Houston, Rice, South Florida, SMU, Temple and Tulane.

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Gonzaga transfers will keep Bulldogs atop WCC

The West Coast Conference's top newcomers include a pair of Gonzaga transfers. Nigel Williams-Goss, who came from Washington, will bring stability to the Bulldogs' backcourt.

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45dBrett McMurphy

Sources: Big 12 to talk expansion with at least 20

Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby will conduct video conferences with at least 18 schools that have contacted the league about being considered as expansion candidates.

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Former Houston guard Rose to transfer to BYU

Former Houston guard L.J. Rose has decided to transfer to BYU and will be eligible to play as a graduate-transfer senior during the upcoming season.

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Report: Mavs sign undrafted Cougar

According to Tony Jones of The Salt Lake Tribune, Dallas and Kyle Collinsworth agreed to a two-year partially guaranteed deal. The 6-foot-6 guard averaged 15.3 points, 8.2 rebounds and 7.4 assists during his senior season at BYU. The Salt Lake Tribune

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66dC.L. Brown

Utah, BYU to renew rivalry starting in 2017-18

Utah and BYU will renew their rivalry in the Beehive Classic and play at alternating home sites in 2017 and 2019 when they don't play in the event.

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66dJake Trotter

Future Big 12: The contenders, wild cards and ... UCLA?

The Big 12 is on the hunt for new members. There are legitimate contenders, such as BYU and Cincinnati, and there are hopefuls, wild cards and even a potential Power 5 defector.

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67dJeff Goodman

West Coast Conference stability: Few is content at Gonzaga

Mark Few is secure as he has taken the Bulldogs to the NCAA tournament in all 17 of his seasons. How patient will other WCC schools be as four first-year coaches prepare to join the league?

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Big 12 set to get bigger

The Big 12 Conference announced on Tuesday that it will begin the process of reviewing expansion candidates. Multiple American Athletic Conference schools, along with BYU and Colorado State, have expressed interest in joining the conference so far. Expansion details

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Some potential scheduling for early-season tournaments: Coaches have confirmed the Hall of Fame matchups Nov. 19-20 at the Mohegan Sun: Duke-Penn State, Cincinnati-URI; CBE Nov. 21-22 in Kansas City with Kansas-UAB, GW-Georgia; The Legends Classic isn't official yet but at least one coach expects it to be Notre Dame-Colorado, Texas-Northwestern Nov. 21-22 in Brooklyn; The 2K Classic in NYC hasn't been announced yet either but the matchups being discussed most were Marquette-Michigan, SMU-Pitt for the Nov. 17-18 games at MSG; The Men Who Speak Up Main Event in Las Vegas Nov. 21-23 has found its fourth team as Saint Louis coach Travis Ford confirmed the Billikens replaced Minnesota to join BYU, Alabama and Valparaiso. The matchups aren't available yet. And Maui Invitational organizer Dave Odom said the Maui bracket will be announced on July 19.

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Valparaiso advances to NIT final (0:38)
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Skara saves the day as Valpo reaches NIT final

David Skara sank the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 20 seconds left and Valparaiso held off BYU 72-70 on Tuesday night to reach the championship game of the National Invitation Tournament.

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Late 3 sends Valpo to NIT final

David Skara knocked down a 3-pointer with under 20 seconds left to break a 68-68 tie in Valparaiso's eventual 72-70 win over BYU. The Crusaders will play the winner of San Diego State-George Washington.

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Drew: Resilience and defense the key (0:57)
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Hammink throwing down in tight game

Valpo's Shane Hammink has dropped a pair of nasty dunks in this NIT semi vs. BYU, and his second gave the Crusaders a late lead. Catch the finish on ESPN/WatchESPN.

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Powerful putbacks giving BYU a chance

Corbin Kaufusi helped the Cougars, who were down 14 at halftime, trim Valparaiso's NIT semifinal lead to 7 with this impressive jam. (Live on ESPN)

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Valpo ends half with big statement

Valparaiso leads this NIT semifinal vs. BYU 44-30 and Shane Hammink provided a big highlight just before the break. (Game is on ESPN)

Team Stats

Points Per Game83.8
Rebounds Per Game39.8
Assists Per Game16.5
Points Allowed77.5Tied-88th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record15-32
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances29