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  • Notre Dame's Greg Bryant finally ready to roll

     Notre Dame's Greg Bryant finally ready to roll
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Before he really knew what football was, Notre Dame sophomore running back Greg Bryant was playing football. It might just be a street game with some neighborhood friends, or just him and his dad throwing the ball to him as...
  • Kapron Lewis-Moore to undergo surgery Friday with Dr. Robert Anderson

    Kapron Lewis-Moore to undergo surgery Friday with Dr. Robert Anderson
    Ravens reserve defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore will undergo surgery Friday in Charlotte, N.C., to repair a ruptured Achilles tendon suffered during practice Sunday, according to a source. Dr. Robert Anderson, a renowned orthopedic surgeon...
  • KeiVarae Russell may hold key to Notre Dame defense

     KeiVarae Russell may hold key to Notre Dame defense
    CULVER, Ind. — For Notre Dame even to get a whiff of the new four-team playoff this season, junior KeiVarae Russell has to be a lockdown cornerback for the Irish. Or so goes the simplified thinking associated with Notre Dame's defense. With a...
  • Ravens' Kapron Lewis-Moore likely out for season with torn Achilles tendon

    Ravens' Kapron Lewis-Moore likely out for season with torn Achilles tendon
    After sitting out his rookie season to rehabilitate a significant knee injury, Ravens defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore was savoring every aspect of his return to football. But his comeback — and the Ravens’ depth at defensive line — took...
  • 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...
  • Notre Dame practice report: Golson back in rhythm

    Notre Dame practice report: Golson back in rhythm
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame’s deep crop of receivers just became a bit thinner. Sophomore Torii Hunter Jr., whose father, Torii, plays for the Tigers, will be out four to six weeks because of a Grade 3 groin tear, coach Brian Kelly said...
  • College football enters a new playoff world

    It took a hundred years, but college football finally caved to the faucet drip of public persistence by agreeing to stage a four-team playoff starting this season. Fare thee well to mythical champions crowned by wire services, matrices and wing nuts....
  • Torii Hunter Jr. out 4-6 weeks for Notre Dame

    Torii Hunter Jr. out 4-6 weeks for Notre Dame
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Notre Dame’s deep crop of receivers just became a bit thinner. Sophomore Torii Hunter Jr., whose father Torii Sr. plays for the Detroit Tigers, will be out four to six weeks because of a grade three groin tear, coach...
  • NCAA grants power conferences autonomy

    The NCAA approved an historic change on Thursday to allow the 65 schools in the five power conferences to write many of their own rules. The 16-2 vote by the Division I Board of Directors took place at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis. The autonomy...
  • Autonomy gives Big Ten coaches, players overdue voice

    CHICAGO — Back before $6.9 million was deemed an appropriate amount to pay the Alabama football coach; before Texas A&M installed flat-screen TVs in the bathroom mirrors of its new locker room; and before the creation of a 12th game, a 13th to...
  • PRESS BOX: Power 5 ruling triggers storm of debate

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Power 5 ruling triggers storm of debate The tangible impact of the landmark change by the NCAA to allow the 65 schools in the five power conferences to write many of their own rules will not be felt for some time, but the...