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  • Villanova puts away pesky Marquette

    MILWAUKEE Sixth-ranked Villanova competed Saturday against an undermanned Marquette team that had only six scholarship players available, and 'Nova spent two-plus hours playing one of its worst defensive games of the season. Fortunately for the Wildcats,...
  • Jameis Winston yet to be tested but looms large at NFL Scouting Combine

    Jameis Winston yet to be tested but looms large at NFL Scouting Combine
    INDIANAPOLIS — Jameis Winston did not meet with media members as planned Thursday, but he did achieve one small victory in his battle versus a generally negative public perception. The FSU quarterback was measured at the NFL Scouting Combine...
  • Hometown eager to celebrate Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler

    The day before the Super Bowl that would change Malcolm Butler's life, he posted a picture of the Vicksburg city seal on his Facebook page, thanking family and friends for supporting him during his journey to football's biggest stage. It was clear Butler...
  • Jamal Lewis' demise has been greatly exaggerated

    Jamal Lewis' demise has been greatly exaggerated
    When news reports surfaced recently about his Super Bowl XLVII ring being auctioned for about $50,000, few people were more surprised than former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis. According to Lewis, 35, he sold the ring about two years ago and spoke...
  • Gophers back Cobb knows draft moment will come

    INDIANAPOLIS In another year, perhaps Minnesota's David Cobb would be in contention to be one of the first few running backs selected in the NFL draft. But in a deep 2015 class, the bruising Gophers back might not even be one of the first few Big Ten...
  • Peterson says he's 'uneasy' about a Vikings return

    While Minnesota Vikings decision-makers are taking every opportunity to publicly state they would like suspended running back Adrian Peterson to play for the team this season, Peterson himself is apparently "uneasy" about the prospect of returning the...
  • If Dolphins draft defensive player at No. 14, one name stands out

    If Dolphins draft defensive player at No. 14, one name stands out
    – There seems to be a nearly can't-miss position for the Miami Dolphins if they choose to go with the No. 14 pick in the NFL Draft: defensive tackle. And Texas' Malcom Brown might be the man. "I'm a big Malcom Brown fan," said Daniel Jeremiah,...
  • Dolphins meet with ex-UM stars Clive Walford, Duke Johnson

    Dolphins meet with ex-UM stars Clive Walford, Duke Johnson
    The Miami Dolphins, who could be looking for a running back and a tight end in the first two rounds of the draft, met with former Univeristy of Miami stars Duke Johnson and Clive Walford at the NFL Scouting Combine. Johnson, UM's all-time leading...
  • Former NFL quarterback brings mental health awareness message to Maine South

    To his friends, Philip Kozak was the guy who loved to make others laugh. But the varsity football player's outward sense of humor and wide grin masked an inner torment. When he took his own life just months after graduating from Maine South High...
  • Marcus Mariota brings high risks as well as high rewards to NFL draft

    Marcus Mariota brings high risks as well as high rewards to NFL draft
    INDIANAPOLIS — At the Heisman Trophy ceremony in New York two months ago, Marcus Mariota was celebrated as college football's best player, a driven and dynamic leader who had propelled Oregon to 36 victories during his 41 college starts at...
  • Scouting Combine being embraced by Penn State's James

    Jesse James heard all the recommendations from the establishment and, like his more famous namesake would have done, thumbed his nose at them. Told to go back to Penn State for another season, the chiseled, 6-foot-7, 270-pound tight end instead decided to...