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  • NCAA appealing O'Bannon ruling

    The Sports Xchange NCAA appealing O'Bannon ruling The NCAA will appeal Friday's ruling in the Ed O'Bannon case. U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled that the NCAA's restrictions on compensation for major college football and men's basketball...
  • If not for twist of fate, Bobby Bowden, Perry Moss might have perished in Marshall plane crash

     If not for twist of fate, Bobby Bowden, Perry Moss might have perished in Marshall plane crash
    "You never know. "You just never know." Perry Moss uttered those words a few years ago when discussing how our lives can be determined in the most fateful — and fatal — ways. Moss, whose 50 years in the coaching business included stops...
  • Lots of Philly pride at Basketball Hall inductions

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Throughout the day Guy Rodgers finally entered the Basketball Hall of Fame, his son proudly carried with him a book whose musty contents proved the late Philadelphia legend belonged. "My mother kept this. It's got all my father's...
  • Jacques Patrick, on college choice: Comfort level with school will come first

    Jacques Patrick, on college choice: Comfort level with school will come first
    Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick, one of the top prospects nationally in the Class of 2015, recently sat down with high-school sports journalists at WPC Camp Orlando to answer some questions about his future. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound running...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Winners and losers from the week that changed college sports

    Football games don't begin for about three weeks, but college sports has its first winners and losers of the season. Two major decisions in about a 30-hour period Thursday and Friday shook the landscape. First, the NCAA granting governing autonomy to the...
  • FSU QB Jameis Winston focuses on improving on the field

    FSU QB Jameis Winston focuses on improving on the field
    TALLAHASSEE — Jameis Winston braced himself for the onslaught of questions at Florida State's media day. Normally loquacious, the sophomore quarterback eventually warmed up but was salty and abrupt as he began his news conference this past Sunday....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Dr. David G. Yeo To Gain E-Club Induction

    Dr. David G. Yeo, who recently concluded a 26-year professional career as an educator and head athletic trainer at Eastern Connecticut State University, has been selected for induction into the E-Club Hall of Fame. He becomes only the second inductee...
  • Hayes 'not likely' to sign with Blackhawks before deadline

    Hayes 'not likely' to sign with Blackhawks before deadline
    It appears the Kevin Hayes Era with the Blackhawks will be over before it even begins. As the deadline looms to sign Hayes, the Hawks are “not likely” to add one of the top young prospects in hockey, his agent said Thursday. Hayes, who was...
  • Roundup: Texas brings back Vince Young

    The Sports Xchange Roundup: Texas brings back Vince Young Vince Young is going back to work, but the paid gig is with the University of Texas, not in the NFL. Young accepted a position that will pay him $100,000 annually with a start date of Sept. 1 in...
  • McCrory brothers have similar success in sports despite differences

    McCrory brothers have similar success in sports despite differences
    Bending down, hands on knees, Nick McCrory urged his younger brother to swim faster. "Go, Lucas," he yelled. Only a few meters remained in the freestyle preliminary. As Lucas dug two more strokes, reaching for the wall, Nick spun around to look at the...
  • NCAA lacrosse rules committee decides not to recommend shot clock

    NCAA lacrosse rules committee decides not to recommend shot clock
    The NCAA rules committee’s decision on Thursday not to recommend a shot clock for the 2015 season drew a mixed reaction from a pair of area Division I men’s lacrosse coaches. A shot clock had been a heavily debated topic as players,...