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  • Raiders rookie standout Khalil Mack talks Madden

    GamerHub.tv While the Raiders (0-5) are having a horrible start to the NFL season, there is one bright spot among the roster. First round NFL Draft pick Khalil Mack (fifth overall) is continuing his excellent defense work in the NFL that he established...
  • Paterno family amends lawsuit against NCAA and Penn State

    Paterno family amends lawsuit against NCAA and Penn State
    In response to Judge John Leete taking a red pen to the lawsuit of the Joe Paterno estate against the NCAA and Penn State, making changes about what parties could be included, the plaintiffs have submitted their second amended version of the complaint...
  • USM policy would deny coaches bonuses if academic performance is poor

    A Board of Regents committee approved a "fairly unique" policy on Tuesday that would deny University System of Maryland coaches lucrative performance bonuses if their players fail to meet academic benchmarks. The policy, endorsed unanimously by the...
  • The latest scandal of Jameis Winston is a farce

    The latest scandal of Jameis Winston is a farce
    Jameis Winston is being investigated for sexual assault, was cited for shoplifting and has been suspended for a Florida State football game after shouting explicit phrases in public. But now he's really done it (maybe). Now the FSU quarterback has...
  • College football roundup: Slive to retire as SEC boss

    The Sports Xchange College football roundup: Slive to retire as SEC boss Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive will retire next year after leading the SEC since 2002. In an announcement Tuesday that Slive step aside on July 31, 2015, it was...
  • Kevin Ollie: Huskies Will 'Contest On Defense, Punch On Offense'

    WALLINGFORD - Kevin Ollie met reporters for about 10 minutes before he and Geno Auriemma began their question-and-answer session with UConn alumni and other members of the audience of about 450 on Tuesday night at the Oakdale. Here are highlights...
  • Jackie Campbell brings national experience to Atlantic 10

    Little wonder Atlantic 10 commissioner Bernadette McGlade is asking Jackie Campbell to multi-task. Given Campbell's range of experience, she'd be otherwise remiss. Hired last week as senior associate commissioner, Campbell brings insight into NCAA...
  • Despite frustrations, Hackenberg and Franklin remain positive

    Despite frustrations, Hackenberg and Franklin remain positive
    Penn State coach James Franklin on Tuesday acknowledged the frustrations of back-to-back losses but said the team remains positive headed toward another bye week. Franklin addressed quarterback Christian Hackenberg, what the team is working on and a...
  • FSU notebook: Pender listed as questionable, Greene back practicing and more

    FSU WR Rashad Greene returned to practice Tuesday after sitting on the sidelines the previous day. Greene – who had a walking boot on his foot following Saturday’s game against Syracuse and after Tuesday’s practice – was held out...
  • UCF basketball team is young, but eager to tackle a challenging season

    UCF basketball team is young, but eager to tackle a challenging season
    You'll rarely find the jovial 6-foot-10 UCF men's basketball center Justin McBride in a somber mood. But when he was asked how his team planned to mentally prepare for the season with one-third of its roster featuring first-time college athletes,...
  • USC basketball team will be fast on court, but progress may be slower

    USC basketball team will be fast on court, but progress may be slower
    At the beginning of USC basketball practice Monday, the players ran through a drill that has become familiar. They had to score in eight seconds or less. Players rebounded, found the outlet, dished and shot. They ran up and back down the court, and then...