Media Shakeup: According to a source, there’s about to be a massive shakeup in the tiny media world of college basketball. A source says that Jeff Goodman, the lead college basketball writer at Fox Sports, is set to leave and take a job at rival CBS Sports. I reached out to Goodman, who would only say, “I’m under contract at Fox Sports and I love it here.” At CBS, Goodman would team with the other college basketball writer who breaks the majority of transfers/hires/fires/news, Gary Parrish. They would form a stronger news-breaking tandem than the Forde/Katz/O’Neil triumvirate at ESPN. I imagine the lure of potential TV-time at CBS is probably an attractive one for Goodman.
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Here’s a breakdown of Andrew Luck’s new monster deal.
Andrew Luck has signed an extension with the Indianapolis Colts that will keep him with the team through 2021.
Now he’s going to be serious.