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Florida will not retain assistants David Lowery and Angela Crosby

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In lieu of Amanda Butler receiving a two-year extension, which runs through 2019, there has been some changes to her staff. Per multiple sources, David Lowery and Angela Crosby will not be retained as assistants.

News: Larryn Brooks is transferring from Indiana

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ESPN to air Tamika Catchings and Kobe Bryant special

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ESPN's SportsCenter will play a special on the two players. Both Catchings' and Bryants' fathers were teammates on the same professional basketball team in Italy back in the day. You can watch the segment on Friday at 6 p.m. ET.

News: Air Force won't renew Andrea Williams' contract

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Video: Brawl between Southern and Texas Southern

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Here is the entire brawl between Southern and Texas Southern. Video courtesy of The Advocate.

News: North Texas has fired Mike Petersen

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Per sources and a report by Brett Vito of the Denton Record-Chronicle, North Texas is moving in a different direction and has relieved coach Mike Petersen of his duties.

News: Carrie Daniels let go as coach of Austin Peay

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"Basketball is an important part of Austin Peay State University Athletics Department's overall identity and is a critical focus of our strategic growth in the next few years," said Athletics Director Derek van der Merwe, who extended Daniels' contract one year after the 2013-14 season's 9-20 record. "Our University and its students, faculty, fans and alum want a sustained culture of excellence across all of our sport programs. Today, we are going to take another step to position Governors Athletics for success.

Austin Peay Athletics

News: Georgia Southern fires Chriz Vozab

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"I want to thank Chris Vozab and her family for their service and dedication to Georgia Southern University," said Athletics Director Tom Kleinlein."

Georgia Southern Athletics

News: Utah relieves Anthony Levrets of duties as head coach

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"We appreciate the effort Coach Levrets put into our program, but we feel as though we need a change in direction," said Director of Athletics Dr. Chris Hill. "Our women's basketball program has achieved great success throughout its history and we are committed to its continued success."

Utah Athletics