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Kirk Merritt dismissed from Texas A&M football team – Chron.com

Kirk Merritt dismissed from Texas A&M football team – Chron.com

Texas A&M receiver Kirk Merritt is facing two charges of indecent exposure in separate incidents with school tutors. Texas A&M receiver Kirk Merritt is facing two charges of indecent exposure in separate incidents with school tutors. Kirk Merritt dismissed from Texas A&M football team COLLEGE STATION – Wide receiver Kirk Merritt has been dismissed from […]

The fantasy football impact of Adrian Peterson joining the Saints – ESPN

The fantasy football impact of Adrian Peterson joining the Saints – ESPN

Adrian Peterson has signed a two-year, $7 million contract with the New Orleans Saints. The 32-year-old future Hall of Famer heads south after spending the first 10 years of his career in Minnesota. Unlike his time with the Vikings, Peterson will not have a clear path to feature-back duties in New Orleans. Mark Ingram is […]

Rashan Gary, Michigan football players awestruck by Roman Colosseum – Detroit Free Press

Rashan Gary, Michigan football players awestruck by Roman Colosseum – Detroit Free Press

CLOSE Walk along with the Michigan football team as they tour the famous Colosseum in Rome, and hear from players and coaches Monday, April 24, 2017. Jeff Seidel, Detroit Free Press Buy Photo Michigan’s defensive players tour the Colosseum in Rome on April 24, 2017.(Photo: Jeff Seidel, Detroit Free Press)Buy Photo ROME – Michigan defensive […]

Harbaugh family, football, Italy: Why Michigan is in Rome this week – Detroit Free Press

Harbaugh family, football, Italy: Why Michigan is in Rome this week – Detroit Free Press

CLOSE Free Press columnist Jeff Seidel and photographer Romain Blanquart were live in Rome on April 23, 2017, covering the Michigan football team as it spends the first day of an 8-day trip checking out the sights and sounds of Italy. Buy Photo Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh, center, catches a football as his father […]

Spring Football Open Scrimmage Recap: Well, that happened – Black Heart Gold Pants

Spring Football Open Scrimmage Recap: Well, that happened – Black Heart Gold Pants

Spring Football Open Scrimmage Recap: Well, that happened – Black Heart Gold Pants clockmore-arrow Iowa’s spring football season came to a close under the lights in Kinnick Friday night. It wasn’t very pretty.

Matter's 5 for Friday: Exploring Mizzou football's depth – STLtoday.com

Matter's 5 for Friday: Exploring Mizzou football's depth – STLtoday.com

COLUMBIA, MO. • We start this week closing the book on spring football, which ended with Saturday’s Black and Gold Game. That means no more football for about 15 weeks, until the start of preseason camp. And no real football until Sept. 2 when Mizzou hosts Missouri State in the season opener. 1. EXPLORING MU’S DEPTH […]

Former JSU football coach sues for racial discrimination – Jackson Clarion Ledger

Former JSU football coach sues for racial discrimination – Jackson Clarion Ledger

Harold Jackson was relieved of his coaching duties at Jackson State on Tuesday.(Photo: File Photo) Harold Jackson isn’t happy with the $65,000 buyout Jackson State paid him after he was fired in October 2015. Jackson alleged racial discrimination in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Hinds County Court. The lawsuit, which seeks relief to the tune […]

Former Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez found dead in prison cell – ABC News

Former Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez found dead in prison cell – ABC News

Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez was found dead this morning after hanging himself in his prison cell, where he was serving a life sentence for murder, according to the Massachusetts Department of Correction. Correction officers discovered Hernandez in his cell at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts. He was in […]

Bill Anderson, part of UT football radio team, dies – Knoxville News Sentinel

Bill Anderson, part of UT football radio team, dies – Knoxville News Sentinel

Tom Mattingly, For USA TODAY Network – Tennessee Published 3:55 p.m. ET April 18, 2017 | Updated 34 minutes ago Bill Anderson, a former Vols football player and a retired broadcaster of Tennessee football games, is pictured at his business, Insurance House, on Oct. 6, 1999. Anderson, who was co-captain of Tennessee’s 1957 football team, […]

Notre Dame football very much a work a progress – DawgNation

Notre Dame football very much a work a progress – DawgNation

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — I have come, I have seen, I have knelt down before Touchdown Jesus. Ok, so I didn’t kneel. But I did sit on a bench halfway between the famous mural known by that name and the Knute Rockne Gate on the north end of Notre Dame Stadium on Monday. I was […]