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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Syracuse remains the only team in the Atlantic Coast Conference without a league win and time is running out on the Orange if they hope to reach six wins this season and qualify for a bowl game. Longtime rival Boston College visits Saturday needing two wins to qualify for the postseason.

UNDATED (AP) — Florida State and Alabama are set to play a home-and-home series In the 2025 and 2026 seasons. They'll face off in Tallahassee the first year and in Tuscaloosa the second.

NEW YORK (AP) — Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu headlines The Associated Press women's basketball preseason All-America team. She was a unanimous choice from the 28-member media panel. She was joined on the team by Lauren Cox of Baylor, Beatrice Mompremier of Miami, Kaila Charles of Maryland and Chennedy Carter of Texas A&M.

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina will not have Texas transfer Destiny Littleton in its women's basketball lineup this season after the NCAA denied the school's request for a waiver to make her immediately eligible. Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley says the school's appeal of the NCAA's decision also was denied. Littleton will practice with the team this season and have two years left to play at South Carolina.

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