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1:48 PM ET ESPN News Services Top-ranked James Madison will play Richmond on April 17 after each had to pull out of a scheduled matchup because of protocols in their programs, the Colonial Athletic Association said. Additionally, the Spiders’ game Saturday against William & Mary has been canceled because of coronavirus-related protocols within the Tribe
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8:00 AM ET The seventh full week of the spring football season wasn’t the most stirring. We still saw our share of thrillers — ETSU and Austin Peay ended VMI’s and Murray State’s unbeaten runs, respectively. The Citadel came back to upset Wofford and Weber State pulled off its weekly survive-by-the-skin-of-your-teeth routine, etc. Of 28
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5:22 PM ET Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. — In a $50 million federal racketeering lawsuit, an LSU associate athletic director has accused university officials of retaliating against her for reporting racist remarks and inappropriate sexual behavior by former Tigers football coach Les Miles. Sharon Lewis’ lawsuit says she was denied pay raises and subjected
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12:56 PM ET Former Florida State wide receiver Travis Rudolph has been arrested on charges of first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder with a firearm in Palm Beach County, Florida, according to the sheriff’s office. Sheriff’s officers responded to a double shooting early Wednesday morning in Lake Park, Florida. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
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9:15 AM ET Tom Luginbill Close ESPN Analyst Senior National Recruiting Analyst for ESPN.com Coached in four professional football leagues Graduated from Eastern Kentucky and Marshall Craig Haubert Close ESPN Staff Writer National recruiting analyst and analyst for ESPNU More than a decade of college and pro coaching experience. Graduated from Indiana and Nebraska-Omaha It’s
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5:11 PM ET Associated Press MADISON, Wis. — The head of the search committee to pick a successor to retiring Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez said the school hopes to make a hire “within a few months.” Peter Miller, the chair of Wisconsin’s athletic board, wouldn’t get more specific than that. Alvarez announced his retirement
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7:28 PM ET ESPN News Services TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Bobby Bowden, the former Florida State football coach who led the Seminoles to two national titles, received the inaugural Florida Medal of Freedom at a ceremony Wednesday hosted by Gov. Ron DeSantis. Bowden, 91, is one of college football’s winningest coaches. He coached Florida State from
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4:50 PM ET Associated Press Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith of Alabama is scheduled to appear in person in Cleveland at the NFL draft later this month. Smith, the wide receiver projected to be a high first-round pick, is among a group of players who have accepted their invitations to attend the draft. The NFL
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5:05 PM ET LSU coach Ed Orgeron said in written statement submitted to a Louisiana state Senate committee on Tuesday that he considered former running back Derrius Guice‘s alleged sexual harassment of Gloria Scott in 2017 “utterly unacceptable” but denied ever speaking to Scott directly about the matter. Orgeron’s statement contradicts some of what Scott
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9:58 PM ET Tennessee has indefinitely suspended junior linebacker Aaron Beasley after he was accused of animal abuse to a kitten. The Knoxville Police Department launched an investigation into a possible animal abuse case after a UT student said she came home last week and found her 6-month-old kitten seriously injured. She told police she
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6:00 PM ET ESPN News Services Kansas is finalizing a deal to hire Northwestern administrator Travis Goff, a Sunflower State native who graduated from the school, to be its next athletic director, a source told ESPN, confirming multiple reports. Goff has been at Northwestern since 2012, most recently as deputy athletic director and assistant vice
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9:34 AM ET Associated Press College athletes will someday soon be permitted to be paid sponsors, social media influencers and product endorsers. Change is imminent, but not everyone in college sports believes it is for the better as athletes get closer to earning money from third parties for use of their name, image or likeness
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