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  • Kentucky's Big Blue Nation set to invade Indianapolis

    John Calipari has endeared himself to Big Blue Nation because he does what Wildcat fans demand — win. He's delivered a championship, competes annually for national titles. Now he can immortalize himself in the eyes of Kentucky's rabid fans by...
  • Roberto Garza thankful for time with Bears

    Roberto Garza thankful for time with Bears
    With two days left in the 2014 regular season, the Bears gave Roberto Garza a one-year contract extension, a transaction that seemed on the surface to be another vote of confidence in the veteran center's ability and locker room influence. In actuality,...
  • Towson draft prospects Ryan Delaire, Tye Smith draw crowd of NFL scouts to Pro Day workout

    Towson draft prospects Ryan Delaire, Tye Smith draw crowd of NFL scouts to Pro Day workout
    Shirtless despite relatively chilly temperatures Wednesday, Towson pass rusher Ryan Delaire displayed his chiseled physique and crisp mobility for scouts during a series of outside linebacker and defensive end drills. Delaire and cornerback Tye Smith...
  • Fourth man pleads guilty in 2007 slaying of former UM, NFL standout Sean Taylor

    Fourth man pleads guilty in 2007 slaying of former UM, NFL standout Sean Taylor
    A fourth man has been convicted in the 2007 shooting death of Washington Redskins star safety Sean Taylor during a botched burglary. A judge immediately sentenced 25-year-old Charles Wardlow to 30 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Wednesday....
  • Booms and busts from past Bears drafts

    Booms and busts from past Bears drafts
    Past drafts have been filled with booms and busts for the Bears. 5 best value picks LB Mike Singletary, Round 2, Pick 38, 1981: After selecting offensive tackle Keith Van Horne with the 11th overall pick, the Bears eyed Singletary and traded up two...
  • Byron Jones' NFL Draft Status Takes A Huge Leap Forward

    Byron Jones' NFL Draft Status Takes A Huge Leap Forward
    It seems like every year NFL draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. is asked which players helped themselves the most based on performances at the NFL combine. It is unusual, however, that he calls the name of a player whose career was at UConn. "The guys that I...
  • Get to know Michael Campanaro, River Hill grad turned Raven

    Get to know Michael Campanaro, River Hill grad turned Raven
    When Michael Campanaro entered the National Football League draft in 2014 after a stellar football career at Wake Forest University, he expected to be chosen much higher than he was.  But when Baltimore Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome called...
  • Mo'ne Davis In Attendance At Temple

    Mo'ne Davis In Attendance At Temple
    PHILADELPHIA — Mo'ne Davis, the celebrated star of the Little League World Series and avowed UConn women's basketball fan, attended Sunday's game at Temple and was sitting in the bleachers across from the UConn bench. "Was she here?" Geno Auriemma...
  • Why sports fans see their teams as extensions of themselves

    Why sports fans see their teams as extensions of themselves
    Two weeks ago, a man who earns his living by chasing other men in pursuit of a leather prolate spheroid handed a team staffer a football that felt soft. The staffer reported this unusual occurrence to his supervisor, who reported it to his supervisor, who...
  • Ravens kickers have often become successful, but not always in Baltimore

    Ravens kickers have often become successful, but not always in Baltimore
    When the Ravens released kicker Steven Hauschka nine games into 2009 season, the franchise's first season without longtime placekicker Matt Stover, they did so with a statement from general manager Ozzie Newsome that said the organization believed...
  • Waiver wire is filled with talented players that can help Dolphins

    Waiver wire is filled with talented players that can help Dolphins
    There's absolutely nothing wrong with shopping in the clearance section. The NFL's waiver wire is getting pretty crowded these days as NFL teams purge their rosters to prepare for free agency, getting under the projected salary cap, and as a result some...