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  • Ravens bolster backfield by taking USC's Javorius Allen in fourth round

    Ravens bolster backfield by taking USC's Javorius Allen in fourth round
    The Ravens have been wanting to bolster their backfield for months. They believe they accomplished that goal Saturday when they drafted Southern California running back Javorius "Buck" Allen in the fourth round. Allen will work in tandem with...
  • 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...
  • UM spring recruiting goals? Target state prospects, protect 'Swag 16'

    UM spring recruiting goals? Target state prospects, protect 'Swag 16'
    First, the focus will be on the rest of the country. Then it will be all about Florida. Ahead of the spring evaluation period, that was the plan for Miami’s coaching staff. And throughout the past week, those coaches have taken to social media,...
  • 89-year-old former Kansas player scores in alumni scrimmage

    An 89-year-old former University of Kansas football player has gained fresh fame after making a touchdown run during an alumni scrimmage. Bryan Sperry was all grins Saturday as he jogged toward the Memorial Stadium end zone during the scrimmage before...
  • At age 89, former KU football player Bryan Sperry scores touchdown in alumni scrimmage

    LAWRENCE, Kan. Bryan Sperry was standing on the Kansas sideline, an 89-year-old man with stories of fighting for his country and coming home to play college football. Sperry was 17 years old when he first left home to play football at Kansas State. He...
  • Injuries slowed, but didn't stop football great Bobby Brooks

    Bobby Brooks might not have won a Heisman Trophy, but those who saw him foxtrot on the gridiron were not shy about comparing him with the celebrated Tom Harmon as one of Indiana's all-time great running backs. Running rampant in the 1940s, "Bolting Bob"...
  • NIU lineman Aidan Conlon carries iron man streak into senior season

    NIU lineman Aidan Conlon carries iron man streak into senior season
    Aidan Conlon's work may not garner headlines, but it is worthy of them. A 6-foot-3, 300-pound senior guard for the Northern Illinois University football team, Conlon has put together a remarkable iron man streak — albeit in the relative...
  • People on the Move: Jordan Zimmerman receives Horatio Alger Award

    People on the Move: Jordan Zimmerman receives Horatio Alger Award
    Recognition Jordan Zimmerman, founder of Fort Lauderdale-based Zimmerman Advertising, received the Horatio Alger Award at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The honor is given to outstanding individuals throughout the country, recognizing their commitment...
  • ESPN reporter Britt McHenry: From Stetson soccer player to Cruella de Vil

     ESPN reporter Britt McHenry: From Stetson soccer player to Cruella de Vil
    Running off at the typewriter … Once upon a time, Britt McHenry was just an anonymous soccer player at Stetson University, but a decade later she has suddenly been transformed into the infamous Cruella de Vil of sports broadcasting. In the...
  • Four athletes honored at Brian Piccolo awards

    Looking at Calvary Christian's Tristan Peyton one might see the striking physical resemblance that he has with former Chicago Bears fullback Brian Piccolo. After talking to him, one might find that they bear a mental and emotional resemblance as well....
  • Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves

    Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves
    When Florida went looking for a football coach in 1959, there were no clandestine flights in private jets. No top-secret meeting to escape the media. University president J. Wayne Reitz made some calls and set up a lunch with Georgia Tech assistant...