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Blain Padgett Cause Of Death: How Did Rice Football Star Die?

Blain Padgett, a standout player for the Rice football program, passed away earlier this year at 21-years-old. Padgett was found dead in his apartment after the team sent someone to check on him when he was absent from practice. 340 more words

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OU gives Lincoln Riley big salary boost, but he's still not highest paid in Big 12

Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley received a big salary boost Tuesday to reward the young coach for such a successful debut season in Norman.

Riley now will make $4.8 million. 341 more words

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WATCH: 'Last Chance U: Season 3' Trailer Released By Netflix

‘Last Chance U,’ the Netflix hit show that follows around college football players who are looking to make the move from community college back to Division I, is set to return to Netflix later this summer for the third season. 260 more words

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Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley needed raise to make more than Kyler Murray this year

In a world of amateurism in which NCAA coaches make millions and athletes receive scholarships, consider Oklahoma's 2018 coach-quarterback dynamic a striking anomaly.

Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray is a two-sport athlete. 174 more words

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Lane Kiffin Does it Again, FAU Reduces Concession Prices ($4 Beers)

Lane Kiffin the evil genius has reduced the prices of concessions at FAU Football games (you can’t tell me otherwise, I know he’s directly responsible for it. 265 more words

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UT Vols football announces additions of Brandon Kennedy, Madre London

Tennessee made the additions of graduate transfers Madre London and Brandon Kennedy official on Tuesday.

London, a running back coming from Michigan State, has one year of eligibility remaining. 620 more words

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Football Four podcast: Mike Leach, Mike Gundy, Clemson and more

The Football Four podcast returns after its springtime hiatus with a new episode touching on several story lines from college football’s ongoing offseason.

USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken and national college football writer Paul Myerberg quickly rehash this past February’s trip to South Korea for the Pyeongchang Games before digging into a buffet of topics: 238 more words

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