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7:21 PM ET CHICAGO — Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh supports players being able to transfer once without sitting out a year but wants those seeking immediate eligibility to be truthful about their reasons in seeking waivers from the NCAA, especially regarding mental health. Speaking Friday at Big Ten media days, Harbaugh said he would
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7:07 PM ET CHICAGO — University of Minnesota placeholder and four-time cancer survivor Casey O’Brien delivered the keynote speech at the Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon on Friday. O’Brien, a sophomore, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, an extremely rare form of bone cancer. It’s the same type of cancer that eventually claimed the life of Purdue
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1:03 PM ET Associated Press CHICAGO — Matt Millen will be back in a broadcast booth when the coming college football season begins, new heart and all. The former Penn State star who played on four Super Bowl championship teams says his heart transplant surgery hasn’t done much to disrupt his life or appetite to
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6:40 PM ET Associated Press LAS VEGAS — UNLV offensive coordinator Barney Cotton is awaiting a heart transplant and will not coach on the field this season. Rebels coach Tony Sanchez said Thursday in a news release from the school that the 62-year-old Cotton is in Omaha, Nebraska, and on a waiting list to receive
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5:38 PM ET Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh took a dig Thursday at former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, who retired last season in the wake of a scandal involving domestic violence allegations against a former assistant. “Urban Meyer’s had a winning record. Really phenomenal record everywhere he’s been,” Harbaugh said on The Athletic’s “The TK
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12:15 AM ET Texas added one of the top in-state prospects to its recruiting class on Monday when ESPN 300 defensive end Vernon Broughton committed to the Longhorns. The No. 79-ranked recruit overall chose Texas over Texas A&M in what Broughton says was a back-and-forth recruitment between the two schools. “The coaches, getting to know
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7:24 PM ET Class of 2021 heavily-sought quarterback Drake Maye is blazing his own trail. While many expected the 6-foot-4, 205-pound signal-caller to follow in the footsteps of his father, Mark, and brother, Luke, and suit up for the home-state North Carolina Tar Heels, Maye is headed to the SEC. The two-sport standout, who had
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7:06 PM ET ARLINGTON, Texas — Weeks after both Terry Bradshaw and Baker Mayfield took verbal jabs at his starting quarterback, Texas Longhorns coach Tom Herman said Tuesday that he noticed and that his players “file things away.” Speaking at Big 12 media days, Herman called outside criticism of Sam Ehlinger “irrelevant,” but he intimated
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3:21 PM ET Associated Press NEWPORT, R.I. — Schools interested in joining the American Athletic Conference after Connecticut leaves can call commissioner Mike Aresco. The American will not be soliciting applications for membership. Aresco said Tuesday at the American media day that the league is leaning toward not replacing UConn and going forward with 11
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4:25 PM ET Associated Press HOOVER, Ala. — Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey considers the mental health of athletes an important issue to be considered when it comes to legalized betting on college sports. Sankey opened the league’s media days Monday with plenty to say about sports gambling and continuing efforts to improve football officiating
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10:17 PM ET Police said two Eastern Washington football players were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries after being shot in Spokane, Washington. A Spokane police spokesman told The Spokesman-Review that Dehonta Hayes and Keith Moore were both shot in the torso in the early-morning hours on Saturday. The incident happened in a central bar district in
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