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  • Pac-12 linemen to watch in 2015

    Pac-12 linemen to watch in 2015
      There are no shortage of talented linemen in the Pac-12 next season. The league posts some of the best on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Here are several players to keep an eye on in 2015: WELCOME BACK … Max Tuerk, USC:...
  • College Roundup: Navy men capture Patriot League track title

    College Roundup: Navy men capture Patriot League track title
    NAVY MEN'S TRACK: The Bucknell women and Navy men each pulled off a sweep of the Patriot League track and field titles this season as the schools both came away victorious at the Patriot League Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Shea...
  • Former first-round prospect La'el Collins goes undrafted

    Former first-round prospect La'el Collins goes undrafted
    The most bizarre and disturbing story of the NFL draft entered a new phase Saturday when Louisiana State tackle La'el Collins, a week ago considered a first-round prospect, went undrafted. Collins essentially was deemed untouchable when reports surfaced...
  • FSU, Clemson highlight NFL draft first round that affirms ACC's progress

    FSU, Clemson highlight NFL draft first round that affirms ACC's progress
    Florida State and Clemson headlined ACC football’s revival the past two seasons, and Thursday the Atlantic Division rivals led the conference’s parade of first-round NFL draft picks. Nine ACC players were selected, matching the Pacific 12...
  • Draft notes: NFL teams show no fear of baggage

    Draft notes: NFL teams show no fear of baggage
    CHICAGO (AP) — Three teams showed no fear of behavioral baggage accompanying some prospects in the NFL draft's first round. The rest were more reticent. Tampa Bay believes it found its franchise quarterback at the top of the proceedings Thursday...
  • USC's Steve Sarkisian coached five first-round NFL draft picks

    USC's Steve Sarkisian coached five first-round NFL draft picks
    USC Coach Steve Sarkisian coached five players who became first-round NFL draft picks on Thursday. The New York Jets selected Trojans defensive lineman Leonard Williams sixth overall, and the Philadelphia Eagles selected receiver Nelson Agholor 20th....
  • At least for now, it's another disappointing night for Eagles fans

    At least for now, it's another disappointing night for Eagles fans
    PHILADELPHIA — This wasn't on the scale of the loss to Tampa Bay in the 2002 NFC title game. It wasn't on par with Super Bowl defeats to the Raiders and Patriots. It wasn't the couldn't-see-it-to-believe-it loss to the Bears in the Fog Bowl in...
  • Nose tackle Danny Shelton would fill big need in Bears' 3-4 defense

    Nose tackle Danny Shelton would fill big need in Bears' 3-4 defense
    It’s easy to see how University of Washington nose tackle Danny Shelton could help resurrect the Chicago Bears’ defense. The strong 6-foot-2, 339-pounder can be a dominant anchor against run blocks, a requirement for that position in...
  • Byron Jones' Family Cleared His Path To UConn And The NFL

    Byron Jones' Family Cleared His Path To UConn And The NFL
    How did Byron Jones get here? He might be a first-round NFL draft pick Thursday night, only the second in UConn history, when the three-day event kicks off in Chicago. That would make him the first Connecticut-born player selected in the opening round...
  • Gibbs, Seton Hall Transfer, Could Be Appealing To UConn

    UConn figures to be shopping in the graduate-transfer market once again. Sterling Gibbs, a 6-foot-2 guard, announced Tuesday that he was leaving Seton Hall to play his fifth year of eligibility elsewhere. UConn could be his destination. A combination-...
  • In need of reinforcements, Ravens eye strong cornerback draft class

    In need of reinforcements, Ravens eye strong cornerback draft class
    Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome stood next to Jimmy Smith at the team's training complex a week ago and broke into a wide smile moments after the cornerback signed a four-year, $48 million contract extension. The deal secured the team's 2011 first-...