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The Morning Fast Break (September 28, 2016): The Denver Nuggets love Creighton’s basketball facilities

The Morning Fast Break is here for all your Wednesday news and updates for your favorite conference.

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Selena Lott Commits To Marquette Women’s Basketball | Anonymous Eagle

The Golden Eagles can expect to have a full 15 woman roster in 2017.

Know Your Non-conference Opponent: Buffalo | Banners on the Parkway

The Bulls didn’t miss a beat last year despite the departure of Coach Bobby Hurley to ASU.

Marquette Men’s Lacrosse: Liam Byrnes & Kyle Whitlow Selected In 2016 NLL Draft | Anonymous Eagle

It’s been a very big year for MU & professional lacrosse.

Butler beats Providence 2-0 to remain undefeated | The Butler Collegian

Timmer's shot just snuck past the keeper giving the Bulldogs a 1-0 advantage in the 77th minute.

IU men's soccer welcomes in-state rival Butler | Indiana Daily Student

The Hoosiers are getting set for one of their toughest matches of the season with in-state rival Butler coming to Bloomington.

St. John's coach Chris Mullin attends Nets practice | Newsday

Mullin showed up with Red Storm assistant Greg St. Jean in tow and sat through the entire practice.

Coaches pick 10th-ranked Friars to finish in fifth place in Hockey East | The Providence Journal

Providence College is picked to finish fifth in the 2016-17 Hockey East coaches poll, which was released on Tuesday at the league's media day at the TD Garden.

Nuggets players, coaches love Creighton practice facility; 'I wish we could take it back to Denver' | Omaha World-Herald

The Denver Nuggets had just completed their first training camp session Tuesday, and their 20 players dispersed to various corners of Creighton's spacious practice gym.

Bill Self still hasn't watched the Villanova loss |

Though he's seen a few clips on television replays -- including guard Devont Graham's fifth foul -- the Kansas men's basketball coach has not viewed his team's final NCAA Tournament game: a 64-59 loss to Villanova in the Elite Eight.

Justin Smith chooses Hoosiers over Villanova | Busting Brackets

The Indiana Hoosiers enter the 2016-17 season with a solid opportunity to defend their Big Ten regular season championship.