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  • Jameis Winston celebrates his own holiday in Hueytown, Ala.

    Jameis Winston celebrates his own holiday in Hueytown, Ala.
    HUEYTOWN, Ala. – Jameis Winston had already left his mark on his hometown of Hueytown, Ala. just through four years of dominant play at Hueytown High. Now it is official. The town is his, at least for a day. Born in Bessemer and raised in...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Cited for abuse, Wojcik might lose CAA basketball job at Charleston

    Colleges: Men’s basketball: The Colonial Athletic Association might be losing a head coach soon. The College of Charleston’s investigation of embattled Doug Wojcik exposed dozens of examples of him lashing out at players with obscenities,...
  • Q&A: Coach Kiraly has the answer

    Q&A: Coach Kiraly has the answer
    If the all-sports pantheon were ever gathered and roll call ensued, volleyball legend Karch Kiraly's name would surely soon be called, perhaps immediately alphabetically following: "Wayne Gretzky?" "Here." Now 53, the San Clemente resident, three-...
  • Ex-Mizzou WR Green-Beckham joins Oklahoma

    Ex-Mizzou WR Green-Beckham joins Oklahoma
    Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who was dismissed by Missouri in April, was added to the Oklahoma Sooners' roster, coach Bob Stoops announced Thursday. The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Green-Beckham made a morning visit with the Sooners. He had 59 receptions...
  • Green-Beckham transferring to Oklahoma

    The Sports Xchange Green-Beckham transferring to Oklahoma Former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham is transferring to Oklahoma. Green-Beckham was dismissed from Missouri in April after being named a suspect in a burglary. However, he was...
  • Lakers sending Julius Randle to foot specialist in Indiana

    The Lakers took a risk in drafting former Kentucky forward Julius Randle with the seventh overall pick in the NBA draft. While Randle was one of the top freshman in the NCAA, helping the Wildcats to the NCAA championship game before falling to the...
  • Trinity Women's Rowing Wins First National Championship

    Rose Lichtenfels' hands were shaking as she grabbed the oar. An opportunity four years in the making was upon her, but the ultimate goal was still a grueling 2,000 meters away. "We had seen really big ups and really big downs over four years," said...
  • USA Women's Volleyball: Davis grinding to the end

    USA Women's Volleyball: Davis grinding to the end
    Nicole Davis crouches, digs in, lunges and dives. She scurries about and mops the floor with her own perspiration. She grinds. For 18 years of high-level volleyball, including starting for two USA national teams that won Olympic silver medals and...
  • PRESS BOX: Saints make offer to TE Graham

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Saints make offer to TE Graham The New Orleans Saints made tight end Jimmy Graham a contract offer that would pay him $9.5 million per season, according to NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk. The deal would make Graham the...
  • Press Box: Sooners add ex-Missouri receiver

    The Sports Xchange Press Box: Sooners add ex-Missouri receiver COLLEGE FOOTBALL Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who was dismissed by Missouri in April, was added to the Oklahoma Sooners' roster, coach Bob Stoops announced Thursday. The 6-foot-6,...
  • Sixers center Noel knows he'll be sized up Saturday

    PHILADELPHIA — The Sixers' Nerlens Noel is on the verge of playing his first organized basketball game since tearing his left ACL in Kentucky's Feb. 12, 2013, loss at Florida. Though it's "only" the Orlando Pro Summer League, Noel realizes a lot of...