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- S.C.-Ole Miss among women's games postponed
- No. 22 Syracuse on pause after positive test
- Bill changing Mississippi state flag signed into law
- Mississippi lawmakers vote to change state flag
The coronavirus continues to impact schedules of women's basketball teams, including in the SEC, where both Vanderbilt and Ole Miss are dealing with recent positive tests, contact tracing and quarantining.
A competitive UConn-Tennessee game, some competition for Baylor in the Big 12 and a race for player of the year would be good for the game in 2021.
Syracuse paused all women's basketball-related activities Sunday, and contact tracing is underway after a positive COVID-19 test was confirmed within the program. Ole Miss is also dealing with coronavirus issues within its program.
Ole Miss Women's Basketball head coach, Yolette McPhee McCuin joins the show to talk about how she is getting her team ready to play this season, how they have dealt with the pandemic and this crazy year so far. CBS Sports National CFB Writer, Dennis Dodd, joins the show to talk about how the College Football Playoff will shaken up by this weekend in the SEC.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed a bill to retire the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem following widespread, increased pressure as protests against racial injustice have focused attention on Confederate symbols.
Mississippi lawmakers voted Sunday to retire the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag, following widespread, increased pressure that came in part from the world of sports.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey threatened to not host any future conference championship events in Mississippi until the state changes its flag.
Shakira Austin's decision takes her from one end of the Power 5 spectrum to the other, as Maryland is coming off a share of the Big Ten regular-season championship and Ole Miss was winless in the SEC.
Aijha Blackwell scored 16 points and Missouri beat Mississippi 64-53 in the Southeastern Conference tournament Wednesday.
Aliyah Matharu shined for Mississippi State for the second-straight game with a career-high 24 points as the No. 10 Bulldogs beat Ole Miss 84-59 on Sunday.
Rhyne Howard scored 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds as No. 14 Kentucky coasted to a 94-52 win over Mississippi on Thursday night.
Alexis Tolefree scored 19 points and Chelsea Dungee scored 18 and No. 23-ranked Arkansas disposed of Ole Miss 108-64 on Sunday to set an SEC single-game scoring record.
No. 1 South Carolina held Mississippi scoreless in the first quarter and to two points in the first half -- the first time the latter has happened since 2016.
Leticia Amihere scored 16 points and No. 1 South Carolina held Mississippi scoreless in the first quarter and limited Ole Miss to two points in the first half on the way to an 87-32 win on Thursday night.