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  1. Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is poised to take over as the president of the country's cricket board as nominations closed Monday for elections to the sport's wealthiest and most powerful ...

  2. United Arab Emirates captain Mohammed Naveed was on Wednesday charged with corruption ahead of the World Twenty 20 qualifiers and admitted: "I have let everybody down". Naveed was one ...

  3. Scotland are the highest-ranked team in the competition, with 14 nations vying for six places in the opening round of next year's World T20 in Australia, where they would join Bangladesh and ...

  4. Michigan State opens at No. 1 in AP Top 25 preseason poll

    The Associated Press via Yahoo SportsOct 21 16:10 PM

    There isn't much Michigan State has yet to accomplish under Hall of Fame coach Tom Izzo, from Big Ten titles and Final Four trips to winning a national championship. The Spartans can now add ...

  5. Gulam Bodi, who played three limited-overs internationals for South Africa, was sentenced to five years in jail Friday after pleading guilty to eight charges of corruption. The batsman ...

  6. The Latest: Stackhouse headlines 4 new SEC head coaches

    Associated Press via Yahoo SportsOct 16 21:46 PM

    Former NBA standout Jerry Stackhouse is back in school — now as a coach. Stackhouse, who played for 18 years in the NBA, is a first-time college coach at Vanderbilt after receiving an offer ...

  7. Wade, Pearl trying to build on success amid NCAA questions

    The Associated Press via Yahoo SportsOct 16 22:15 PM

    Auburn coach Bruce Pearl and LSU's Will Wade are both hoping to build on big seasons while dealing with a major potential challenge for their respective programs off the court. Pearl and Wade ...

  8. Bulgarian soccer chief Borislav Mihaylov resigned on Tuesday after fans taunted England's black players with Nazi salutes and monkey chants during a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia, prompting match ...

  9. Atlanta businessman spared prison in college hoops scandal

    Associated Press via Yahoo SportsOct 17 17:03 PM

    An Atlanta businessman and former NBA referee was spared prison time Thursday after pleading guilty in a college basketball scandal that paid bribes to steer top athletes to certain schools ...

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