The Dallas Morning News
AROUND THE NATION
Bowl games: The Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, Fla., will now be known as the Camping World Bowl. Camping World, the nation’s largest RV retailer, has signed a multiyear deal to become the title sponsor of the game.
Gonzaga: Freshman C Zach Collins declared for the NBA draft, becoming the first one-and-done player in program history. The 7-footer said he was exploring his options without hiring an agent at this time, but intends to hire one later.
New Mexico: The Lobos hired Paul Weir away from New Mexico State to be their head basketball coach. In Weir’s only season with the Aggies, they set a school record with 28 wins last season.
Northwestern: Officials said a member of the crew team was found dead after falling overboard while practicing in suburban Chicago. The body of Mohammed Ramzan, 19, was recovered Monday from the North Shore Channel in Lincolnwood.
TCU: The Horned Frogs won their 13th consecutive baseball game, posting a 9-3 victory over host Dallas Baptist. TCU (27-5) got two RBIs each from Austen Wade and Elliott Barzilli, and Luken Baker hit a solo homer. Starter Mitchell Traver (2-0) faced one batter over the minimum in his four innings, striking out five. DBU is 18-14.
Washington: Head football coach Chris Peterse-signed a contract extension that goes through 2023 and averages nearly $5 million per season in total compensation. Petersen is 27-14 in his three seasons at Washington after going 92-12 in eight seasons at Boise State.