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The Sun's Arizin: Louisville is now pretty much dead to rights

JaQuan Lyle told the truth, and Louisville is in very hot water.

TGIF, 'Nova Nation! Tell ya what, I'm very happy not to be Louisville right now. That's about all I've got today. I don't think we're talking death penalty or anything, but it's probably going to end up worse than what Syracuse got.

Big football game tomorrow! See you then!

And now, the "news."

Ex-Louisville recruit JaQuan Lyle confirms escort allegations for NCAA -
Ohio State freshman JaQuan Lyle spoke with an NCAA investigator this week about his recruiting visit to Louisville and confirmed the gist of the allegations made about his trip to the school in June 2013, a source with knowledge of the NCAA's investigation told CBS Sports.

John Robertson still part of the program at Villanova |
It would have been easy for John Robertson to sleep in and catch a few extra Zs, something he has been unable to do during football season for the last four years.

W&M vs. Villanova Preview and Q&A | The William and Mary Sports Blog
"Villanova’s defense really is the strength of the team. The leader of the defense (and probably the best healthy starter on either side) is easily linebacker Don Cherry."

Big East a streaming success with airing more live sports | The Setonian
The online channel was designed as a way to offer free live streaming of sporting events throughout the conference. The channel initially only planned to stream approximately 100 live sporting events a year, but according to its website, that number has doubled in 2015. In its second season, the network will stream 225 events.

Furious Rick Pitino Adamant Media Trying To Tarnish Name Of Great Escort Service | The Onion
Following the publication of a book alleging that a member of the school’s basketball department paid women to perform sex acts for recruits, furious University of Louisville head coach Rick Pitino told reporters Wednesday that the media was trying to tarnish the name of a great escort service.

Inside College Sports: Will schools lock facilities to help players study? |
Do athletes have enough time to study in college? Perhaps if schools close off facilities at certain hours, they'll have more of an opportunity to stay off the field and in their books. CBS Sports' national college football writer Jon Solomon explores the topic deeper in his weekly column.

Chris Burns: Why it's finally time for me to come out as a gay D1 basketball coach | Outsports
Chris Burns has held the secret that he's gay from everyone in college basketball. In an Outsports exclusive, the Bryant Univ. basketball coach writes about relationships, fear, community and finding his truth.

LSU band to learn Gamecocks' fight song; ticket profits to South Carolina |
LSU's marching band will learn South Carolina's fight song and alma mater since the flooding in Columbia has moved the game to Baton Rouge.

If you're the University of Texas' president, here are the emails you get about your terrible AD |
The former Texas AD is gone now, but let's take a look at the legacy he left behind in his boss' inbox.