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Texas' Locke out 4-6 weeks following sports hernia surgery

Texas' Locke out 4-6 weeks following sports hernia surgery

Texas defensive back P.J. Locke will be sidelined four-to-six weeks, after he underwent a successful sports hernia surgery, the team announced Thursday.Locke, who started nine games at nickleback as a
ACC announces Notre Dame matchups through 2037

ACC announces Notre Dame matchups through 2037

The ACC will continue its partnership with Notre Dame long term, as it announced Thursday future matchups for its teams against the Fighting Irish through the 2037 season.Here is, essentially, what
Michigan State prez thanks alleged sexual assault victims for speaking up

Michigan State prez thanks alleged sexual assault victims for speaking up

In a video posted to the school's website Wednesday night, Michigan State president Lou Anna K. Simon thanked the women who've stepped forward with accusations of sexual assault against members of the
Investigators meet with woman at center of UNC probe

Investigators meet with woman at center of UNC probe

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - A woman at the center of North Carolina's multi-year academic scandal interviewed with NCAA investigators after previously declining to cooperate in the probe.Raleigh attorney
NCAA releases 2017-18 bowl schedule

NCAA releases 2017-18 bowl schedule

The simple answer to the age-old debate between Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck is not rabbit season or duck season...it's bowl season!Well, not yet of course, but the NCAA released the schedule Wednesday
South Florida's Strong has 'positive' meeting with Tampa judge

South Florida's Strong has 'positive' meeting with Tampa judge

Just one week ago, Hillsborough Judge Margaret Taylor was questioning whether South Florida's Charlie Strong has control over his players in the wake of former defensive end LaDarrius Jackson's sexual
Richmond athletic director Keith Gill announces resignation

Richmond athletic director Keith Gill announces resignation

Richmond will be in the market for a new leader in its athletic department in the coming weeks, as school president Ronald A. Crutcher announced he has accepted the resignation of athletic director
Ex-USF DE Jackson arrested on 2nd sexual assault charge this month

Ex-USF DE Jackson arrested on 2nd sexual assault charge this month

Former South Florida defensive end LaDarrius Jackson was arrested Wednesday on sexual battery and false imprisonment charges, according to Andrea Adelson of ESPN.It's the second time this month
3 Illinois players charged with home invasion, armed robbery

3 Illinois players charged with home invasion, armed robbery

Illinois wide receiver Zarrian Holcombe, as well as offensive linemen Darta Lee and Howard Watkins, were arrested Wednesday morning on home invasion and armed robbery charges, according to online jail
Orgeron can consume 8-10 energy drinks per day

Orgeron can consume 8-10 energy drinks per day

If you're wondering where LSU's Ed Orgeron gets all of his infectious energy, look no further than the aisle with the energy drinks at your local grocery store."When I'm drinking them, I may go
Clemson expected to visit White House on June 12

Clemson expected to visit White House on June 12

Clemson is expected to take its celebratory trip to the White House on June 12, head coach Dabo Swinney told Grace Raynor of The Post and Courier on Tuesday.It's become an annual tradition for North
Demetrius Cooper ordered to undergo daily alcohol testing

Demetrius Cooper ordered to undergo daily alcohol testing

EAST LANSING, Mich. - A court has ordered Michigan State defensive end Demetrius Cooper to undergo daily alcohol testing after he consumed alcohol last month in violation of his bond.Cooper in
Tim Williams confused by why LSU keeps running the ball vs. Alabama

Tim Williams confused by why LSU keeps running the ball vs. Alabama

During his four years at Alabama, Tim Williams went a perfect 4-0 against heated rival LSU, with the Tigers failing to score more than 17 points in any of those contests. The Crimson Tide have fielded
Jim McElwain adamantly denies being naked man in viral shark picture

Jim McElwain adamantly denies being naked man in viral shark picture

Warning: Story contains graphic imageJim McElwain has a very philosophical question: What is a story?Judging by the last 24 hours, a perfect example of a story is a picture of a man posing naked with
Report: Joshua Norwood to transfer out of Ohio State

Report: Joshua Norwood to transfer out of Ohio State

A great deal of playing time in Ohio State's secondary will be open this season thanks to an NFL draft exodus, but one man who won't be sticking around to fight for an opportunity is soon-to-be
Valparaiso will remain in Pioneer League despite Missouri Valley invite

Valparaiso will remain in Pioneer League despite Missouri Valley invite

Valparaiso will stay in the Pioneer Football League when its other sports programs make an expected move to the Missouri Valley Conference this summer.The Missouri Valley announced Tuesday the
Harbaugh shows up fully prepared for Dodgers game

Harbaugh shows up fully prepared for Dodgers game

Jim Harbaugh certainly keeps himself busy during the offseason. When he's not out recruiting across the country or meeting Pope Francis during Michigan's trip to Rome, the Wolverines head coach enjoys
Ray Lewis' son transferring to Maryland

Ray Lewis' son transferring to Maryland

Rayshad Lewis, the son of legendary Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, is transferring to Maryland after spending the first year of his career at Utah State."I just felt at home and very
College football's December signing period gets approved

College football's December signing period gets approved

High school seniors can now sign football letters of intent in December in addition to the traditional signing period that starts the first Wednesday of February.The Collegiate Commissioners
Muschamp: 'A student-athlete is generally guilty until proven innocent'

Muschamp: 'A student-athlete is generally guilty until proven innocent'

South Carolina coach Will Muschamp sounded off Monday on the typical portrayal of student-athletes involved in legal investigations, after two of his players were cleared by police in a bar assault