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State OKs $50,000 To Frostburg Football Player's Family

FROSTBURG, Md. (AP) — Frostburg State University says it will work to raise awareness of risks to student-athletes as part of a $50,000 state settlement in the 2011 death of a school football player. 132 more words

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Big 12 Expansion: Which Teams are Actually a Good Fit?

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After Bob Bowlsby and the Big 12 delivered the shocking news that the Power Five Conference is most likely going to expand, there has been many questions as to which teams are the top contenders. 815 more words

Sports

UConn's Case for the Big 12

It’s a sad state of affair in Rhode Island’s gentrified older cousin (that’s CT for all the uneducated, oil platform working, Big 12 fans). The AAC is a worse fit for UCONN than a gay club is for your republican uncle. 639 more words

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Delany Does Not See Rose Bowl Move To Accommodate Playoffs

ANDREW SELIGMAN, AP Sports Writer

CHICAGO (AP) — Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany does not envision the Rose Bowl abandoning its New Year’s Day spot in order to accommodate the College Football Playoff semifinals. 599 more words

Sports

The Battle For The Big 12

Whats a conference that is primarily in the Midwest and has games that could have 14 to about 95 points scored? No, I am most certainly not talking about the Mountain West. 704 more words

NCAA

Baylor Bears Grant Jarrett Stidham His Release From Scholarship

The Baylor Bears have granted former quarterback Jarrett Stidham his release from his scholarship this morning.

It was not long ago that Stidham and many many many Baylor players asked for their release from their contracts and Stidham is one of many icing’s on the cake to go. 203 more words

Football

Broderick: Recruiting, teaching part of BCC grid camp

For many, summer camp is about fun, relaxation and forgetting about the pressures of the real world.

For some high school football players, summer camp is much different. 935 more words

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