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13 Louisiana-Lafayette football players arrested, suspended

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Louisiana-Lafayette has indefinitely suspended 13 players facing charges of criminal conspiracy to commit felony theft.

The suspended players are tight end Matthew Barnes, defensive ends Joe Dillon and Jarvis Jeffries, offensive linemen Robert Hunt, and D’Aquin Withrow, linebacker Terik Miller, defensive backs Denarius Howard, Damar’ren Mitchell, Simeon Thomas and Levarious Varnado, defensive tackle LaDarrius Kidd and running backs Trey Ragas and Jordan Wright. 113 more words

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LSU backup offensive lineman suspended after arrest

BATON ROUGE — LSU backup offensive tackle Adrian Magee, a redshirt freshman from Franklinton, was suspended indefinitely from the team by football coach Ed Orgeron on Wednesday after Magee’s arrest on Tuesday on a felony simple burglary charge. 181 more words

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Theft from south Windsor LCBO results in three arrests

A thwarted attempt to steal bottles of booze from an LCBO in south Windsor has resulted in two women and a man in custody facing charges. 215 more words

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How Mississippi State beat Ole Miss in the Governor's Cup

Mississippi State finished off a season sweep of Ole Miss on Tuesday, beating the Rebels 4-2 at Trustmark Park.

It was Brent Rooker’s three-run home run, his 17th of the season, in the fifth inning that proved to be the key hit. 826 more words

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Alabama's youth shines at A-Day

TUSCLAOOSA — If it wasn’t already apparent to the rest of the nation, the future of Alabama football is bright — looking directly into the sun at noon bright. 759 more words

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2 Groups Arrested In Coachella Phone Thefts

INDIO, Calif. (AP) — Police have arrested five people in the theft of more than 40 cellphones, cash and credit cards at the Coachella Music Festival in the Southern California desert. 126 more words

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Louisville starts fast, tops Kentucky

Louisville used four hits, five walks, one hit batsman and one critical error to score five runs in the first three innings and hold off a late Kentucky rally to win 5-3 in the season’s first installment of their annual rivalry series on Tuesday night. 670 more words

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