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Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue head coach Matt Painter has agreed to a contract extension through the 2023-24 season.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan coach John Beilein on corruption in college basketball spotlighted by the federal trial in New York: "I know Michigan's clean. I'm not going to worry about any of those other things. For those who aren't clean, we need to get them out of the game. We need to get them out of this thing, so that we can proceed and run all the programs the right way."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana coach Archie Miller on the versatility of both his roster and scheme this season.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Northwestern coach Chris Collins says incoming freshman forward Pete Nance brings a potential that the program hasn't had before. He's also bonded with Nance over having famous basketball fathers.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland coach Mark Turgeon on the development of Bruno Fernando and where he still can grow this year.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin coach Greg Gard says the Badgers need to "get old and stay old" to restart a run of NCAA tournament appearances after falling short last year.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana coach Archie Miller on decorated incoming freshman guard Romeo Langford: "There's a lot of hype around him, obviously, being from the state. Going to IU, that's going to make it a bigger story than anything. He's always had a lot of eyes on him." Miller adds that Langford had conducted himself like a normal freshman so far.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan coach John Beilein on twice getting to the national title game and the Big Ten's lengthy drought without a championship: "This is a referee's call, this is the ball bouncing the right way. It will all come back around. Our programs are just too good not to win another national championship somewhere down the line."

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan State's Tom Izzo was asked if he feels vindicated that the Spartans haven't been part of the bad news going on at the CBB trial in New York. He said he doesn't feel like he should feel vindication for doing what he is supposed to do. "For me there is no vindication. It's sad what's happened." Izzo said he hasn't been following the details of the trial close enough to comment on what the trial means for college basketball in a larger sense.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland coach Mark Turgeon on a 2018-19 team that includes six freshmen and three sophomores: "It might be the youngest team I've ever had, but they're talented and fun to coach." Turgeon especially likes the length he has on the roster.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles asked about his claim that the Huskers have top-4 Big Ten talent this year: "Pretty sure we were fourth last year, too. We have four guys I think anybody in the league would take. That's not always been the case. I like the direction of their work ethic, their leadership, and that's why I feel so strongly about them."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany says at basketball media day that after the next four years of league tournaments in Chicago and Indianapolis, "it will be more open" to other cities, especially in the Midwest. "There will be a competitive environment and others will have a chance to comment on their interest," Delany said.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Self says today, minutes after sophomore forward Silvio De Sousa was named in federal court as receiving cash from TJ Gassnola of Adidas, that the Jayhawks are "taking the approach ... that we're going to have Silvio De Sousa" eligible to play in 2018-19.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

"Our offense isn't very good," says Kansas' Bill Self. Beware the coach who criticizes his team from the outset. KU will open this season much stronger in the frontcourt than in recent seasons. It may take longer to get there, Self says, but the ceiling is extremely high.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas big man Udoka Azubuike stops by "GIF Central" at media day inside Allen Fieldhouse.

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Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

ESPN Stats & Info: This is the first time Duke and Kentucky have been ranked in the same football AP poll since the Sept. 14, 1957 poll. They have been ranked in the same basketball AP poll 547 teams in that span.

Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics 

I'm sure the NCAA's new "NET" metric will be an improvement over RPI. Capping a win to only 10 points will decrease it's predictive value which will also muddle things because the metric is used to define the quadrants. This will make wins over a team that usually dominates and wins over teams that only win by a couple points more equitable than they should be.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

For those interested: there's a basketball tournament supporting a good cause this weekend in the Bronx. The 13th annual Gardiner Memorial Basketball Classic Tournament will be held Aug 18 & 19 at St. James Park. The free event features some of the top street basketball teams on the East Coast.  It's run by The Gardiner Foundation, a nonprofit group that provides educational scholarships and financial and emotional support to families who have experienced an unexpected tragic loss. Bronx resident Dexter Gardiner created the foundation and tournament after six members of his family were killed in 2006 in a crash on the Bronx River Parkway. At the Tournament, the Gardiner Foundation will announce eight $1,000 scholarships to college-bound Bronx high school seniors and distribute 20 tablets and 750 backpacks filled with school supplies to the school-age children.