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Former South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is expected to be a top-five pick in the NFL draft and even though he is about to be getting a steady paycheck, he said he might have stayed in school for another year if he
Rutgers will pay $11.5 million to the American Athletic Conference as part of an agreement that will allow the school to enter the Big Ten this summer. The school and the conference announced the deal Wednesday. Rutgers has also
TAMPA, FEB. 12, 2014 – Former University of South Florida Bulls Ryne Giddins (Seffner) and Lawrence Martin (Daytona Beach) will compete in the second annual College All Star Bowl to be played Friday, Feb. 14 at Furman University’s newly renovated
By Evan Weiner The question that should be asked about Michael Sam is pretty simple and pretty obvious. It is not whether the National Football League should accept Michael Sam as a player but can Michael Sam accept the
Knights 2-4-7 and BHSN’s Ryan Bass talked to Tuck and O’Neill about his Blake Bortles Interview and how the Knights are looking for the 2014 season without Bortles? Why you should listen: Ryan Bass recapped his interview with Blake Bortles
Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel wants to throw for NFL talent evaluators when he’s ready to put his best foot forward, and that will not be at Aggies’ Pro Day. Manziel has decided to throw for scouts at
Former UCF QB Blake Bortles is spending his time in California preparing for the NFL Draft, which is a difficult process that takes up most of his day. Back home in Orlando, three young quarterbacks are using their days to
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant Ben McDaniels is reportedly in line to join Kyle Flood's staff at Rutgers.
Missouri's Michael Sam announced he was gay. The media's reaction to it though is the story to me.
With significant local interest in the American college football game between the University of Central Florida (UCF) and Penn State, and up to 20,000 fans expected to travel to Dublin, plans have been announced for citywide events around the