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NCAA Makes College Basketball Rule Changes

Somehow, NCAA basketball just got more interesting. Spurred on by the FBI’s investigation of corruption in the collegiate game, the organization announced a number of changes to its rulebook on Wednesday. Three changes, though, are receiving the bulk of press attention. https://twitter.com/SBNation/status/1027242832233459712 Draft eligibility. Agent relationships. Reworked recruiting calendars. The …

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Odell Beckham Jr. Contract Negotiations Headline Giants Camp

Saquon Barkley might be the new kid in town, but New York Giants fans may be more excited about the return of one of their old favorites. If Odell Beckham Jr.’s contract negotiations continue to sputter, it could be a short comeback. According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, Giants management valued …

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High School Football: Eastside Coach Cederrick Daniels Talks Talent, Schedule

His team may have missed the playoffs by less than a point last season. They may have not reached the postseason since 2015. Despite their past struggles, Eastside High head football coach Cederrick Daniels likes where his team’s trending. It’s been a long haul of sorts for the third-year bench …

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He got his contract. Now, Sam Darnold has to fight for a starting spot

Sam Darnold may only have been absent from the New York Jets’ training camp for three days; but for some fans, that may have felt like a lifetime. None of that matters anymore. On Monday, the Jets’ quarterback-of-the-future ended his brief contract holdout, putting pen to paper on a fully-guaranteed …

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Big Ten media days: Urban Meyer addresses Zach Smith, quarterbacking situations

Urban Meyer has had easier weeks. The 2018 media cycle got off to an inauspicious start for the Ohio State head coach. Never mind that Meyer had a Tuesday date at the Big Ten Conference’s Media Days; the 54-year-old took the podium just a day removed from the school’s firing …

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SEC Media Days: Will Muschamp Talks South Carolina’s Upcoming Season

Will Muschamp had been there before. Over the last three years, South Carolina’s head coach had been scheduled to speak on the last day of the Southeastern Conference’s Media Days. He didn’t care that he was, once again, the last head coach to speak. After striding to the podium, the …

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British Open Preview: The Contest Returns to Carnoustie

It might not have worked out in soccer, but tomorrow, golf is coming home. After an 11-year absence, the 147th British Open returns to Scotland, bringing 156 of the world’s finest golfers to the Carnoustie Championship Course. Action on the fairway starts at 1:35 a.m. Thursday, when Sandy Lyle, Martin …

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Commissioner Sankey Kicks Off SEC media days

For four days, college football will dominate downtown Atlanta; and for the first time in the event’s history, Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey took to the stage at the College Football Hall of Fame to kick off the SEC’s media days. The Auburn, New York, native gave writers plenty to …

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Wimbledon: Nadal Through, Federer Crashes Out in Quarterfinals

And then there were four. Over the last 16 days, what began as a field of 128 hopefuls in the Wimbledon men’s singles classification, has been whittled down to nothing. And after a quarterfinal round filled defined by close matches, two more matches stand between Rafael Nadal, Kevin Anderson, Novak …

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Mike White Speaks on Hudson, Health and More

The University of Florida’s men’s basketball team may have had an inconsistent run during the 2017-18 season. They may have lost a pair of key offensive contributors to graduation. But for head coach Mike White, things are looking up. Returning scorers. Healthy big men. A national top-20 recruiting class. White’s charges …

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