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It’s a Rome Solo edition of the Friday DAAB and host Andrew Romanella is fired up again about decisions made, or not made by the NCAA. 82 more words
ATHENS, Ga. — D’Andre Swift’s long wait has ended.
Finally, the junior stands alone atop Georgia’s depth chart at tailback. Swift has seized the opportunity this spring. 669 more words
It’s always interesting seeing how certain collegiate stars live lavish lifestyles, given that they’re not paid for performance.
And while it’s not as big of an issue in today’s day and age as it used to be, it still happens from time to time, and Kentucky’s Keldon Johnson may be the latest example. 346 more words
NEW YORK — Arizona coach Sean Miller and LSU coach Will Wade will not be required to testify in next week’s federal basketball corruption trial. 121 more words
Stanford product Bryce Love was one of the most hyped running backs two years ago, but an underwhelming 2018 campaign, followed by a ACL injury he suffered in the team’s final regular-season contest, has made him appear to be more of a Day 2-type guy. 219 more words