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10:28 PM ET Former Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel is again receiving treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma after a recurrence of the cancer, he told KMIZ-TV on Sunday. Pinkel, 67, was first diagnosed with the disease in May 2015 and retired after the season that fall. He said a year later that the cancer was in
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7:30 AM ET A misdemeanor battery charge against Florida defensive back Brian Edwards has been dropped over a lack of evidence, according to Florida State Attorney Bill Cervone. Edwards had been arrested in May after he was accused of grabbing his girlfriend of two years by her neck as she attempted to leave their apartment,
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11:47 AM ET Jeff Borzello Close ESPN Staff Writer Basketball recruiting insider. Joined ESPN in 2014. Graduate of University of Delaware. Mark Schlabach Close ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia UConn is expected to leave the American Athletic Conference and return
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6:14 PM ET The college football season will kick off in late August with few marquee matchups and a bevy of perceived mismatches. Out of the 45 early games with lines at Caesars Sportsbook, 18 have point spreads of 20 or more points. Six teams are favored by 30 or more points, including Clemson and
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7:41 PM ET ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia has dismissed junior Jeremiah Holloman, the Bulldogs’ top returning receiver from a year ago, after he admitted to university police that he punched his then-girlfriend during an incident more than a year ago. According to a police incident report, Holloman wrote in a statement to police that he
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Jun 18, 2019 The most refreshing thing about nonconference scheduling in college football is that we’re starting to see more home-and-home series, which have long been part of the sport’s fabric, on the horizon. There are a few of those matchups on the 2019 nonconference slate, and yes, some intriguing neutral-site games as well. But
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3:31 PM ET Associated Press METAIRIE, La. — A teen has been killed, while a Grambling State University football player and third unnamed person have been injured in a shooting at a suburban New Orleans playground. Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jason Rivarde tells the News Star of Monroe that deputies found 19-year-old Keyon Clark
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12:52 PM ET Georgia gained a commitment from ESPN 300 wide receiver Marcus Rosemy on Thursday. Rosemy is the No. 47 ranked recruit overall and chose Georgia over Florida. Not only is the commitment significant for Kirby Smart and his staff because the 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver is one of the top prospects in the country,
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12:33 PM ET Oklahoma landed another top quarterback Thursday when 2021 signal caller Brock Vandagriff announced his commitment to the Sooners. Vandagriff has not been ranked yet by ESPN, but is expected to be one of the top passers in the class and already held plenty of major scholarship offers. In fact, Vandagriff chose Oklahoma
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11:03 PM ET Baker Mayfield might be a rising star for the Cleveland Browns in the NFL, but he will never leave the Red River Rivalry behind him. In an appearance Wednesday on Sportstalk 1400 in Norman, Mayfield, who won the 2017 Heisman Trophy while at Oklahoma, was ready to trash-talk Texas and Longhorns quarterback
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9:00 AM ET Tom Luginbill Close ESPN Analyst Senior National Recruiting Analyst for ESPN.com Coached in four professional football leagues Graduated from Eastern Kentucky and Marshall Tom VanHaaren Close ESPN Staff Writer ESPN staff writer Joined ESPN in 2011 Graduated from Central Michigan As it stands now, 162 prospects in the 2020 ESPN 300 have
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9:34 PM ET Former Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters is transferring to Illinois. Peters announced the decision on Instagram and will have two years of eligibility remaining at Illinois. “I want to thank the University of Michigan for the opportunity to represent the winged helmet,” Peters said on Instagram. “The memories and friendships I made along
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3:25 PM ET Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — The NFL is teaming up with the NCAA to make football safer. Two of the league’s top medical experts, Jeff Miller and Dr. Allen Sills, spent Monday and Tuesday in Indianapolis meeting with NCAA officials, college team doctors and trainers. Both told The Associated Press they hope it’s
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4:38 PM ET Kent State defensive back Qwuantrezz Knight will appeal the NCAA’s denial of his waiver request for immediate eligibility, which he says is based on depression he developed while playing at Maryland. Knight, a junior from Quincy, Florida, announced his transfer from Maryland on Nov. 5, six days after the school fired coach
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