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  • Many Bulls fans don't seem to want Kevin Love

    Many Bulls fans don't seem to want Kevin Love
  • Shabazz Teaching At Camp, But Main Goal Is To Help Heat

     Shabazz Teaching At Camp, But Main Goal Is To Help Heat
    SOUTH WINDSOR – The first action of the morning was done. It was time to talk, heart to heart. About 100 kids sat on the hardwood floor and looked up at their coach for the week – Shabazz Napier. "Just have fun," Napier told them,...
  • Text of statement from Heat owner Micky Arison

    Text of statement from Heat owner Micky Arison
      The statement issued Monday by Heat owner Micky Arison and sent to season-ticket holders:    While what your Miami HEAT has accomplished in the last four years has been historic, there’s a bigger picture that more clearly defines the success...
  • Delany criticizes NCAA's enforcement process

    CHICAGO Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany says he isn't happy with the NCAA's enforcement process. He discussed the need for improvements Monday on the first day of the conference's media days. Delany said he doesn't think the NCAA has been effective in...
  • Franklin believes in having fun at Penn State

    The Sports Xchange By Jack McCarthy, The Sports Xchange Franklin believes in having fun at Penn State CHICAGO -- James Franklin says he'll put as much effort and hours as it takes to make Penn State football successful. But he also wants to have fun....
  • Big Ten commissioner says NCAA enforcement is 'overmatched'

    It's time to tally the commissioner scorecards now that all five of the power-conference bosses have delivered their summer media-days speeches. Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany was the last, and latest, on Monday to call for reform in the NCAA system....
  • Former Georgia track star killed in auto accident

    ATHENS, Ga. Former University of Georgia champion sprinter Torrin Lawrence died early Monday morning in a car accident on Interstate 75 near Cordele, the school confirmed. UGA officials said Lawrence was likely traveling home to Jacksonville, Fla.,...
  • Big Ten commissioner: 'We need a system that works'

    Words not normally associated with Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany: measured, mild, tame. But that's what Delany was Monday, especially compared with cohorts Mike Slive (SEC) and Bob Bowlsby (Big 12). Bowslby mocked NCAA enforcement by saying:...
  • Penn State, Franklin will be tested early

    CHICAGO The James Franklin Show made its first appearance at Big Ten media days on Monday, as the Penn State football coach strolled to the podium dressed in a sharp gray suit, white shirt and navy tie, his bald head and rimless glasses glistening in...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech's student athletics fee by far state's lowest

    New Virginia Tech president Tim Sands’ assertion last week that the school’s mandatory student fee for athletics is the lowest among state public institutions is not only correct but also understated. Sands’ comments came during an...
  • Jay Paterno

     
    The lead story in Wednesday's Morning Call had the headline, "Jay Paterno: Firing was 'rush to judgment.'" He and fellow former Penn State assistant football coach Bill Kenney seek more than $1 million in damages from Penn State for firing......