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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Jim Harbaugh is taking Michigan’s football team to South Africa in May. Director of football operations Mark Taurisani tweeted about the trip Tuesday. Like last year’s visit to France , the Wolverines will not practice in South Africa. Harbaugh did have practices in Italy in 2017. Michigan alumni Bobby Kotick and
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AURORA, Colo. — A man fatally shot in a dispute over a parking space was an assistant principal for Aurora Public Schools and a former football player at the University of Colorado who was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks. Arapahoe County sheriff’s office spokeswoman Deborah Sherman says 46-year-old Anthony “T.J.” Cunningham died Monday. Authorities say
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Former Virginia Tech quarterback Josh Jackson announced Monday night on Twitter his next stop will be at Maryland. COMMITTED #TerpNation pic.twitter.com/KXihdGWYsj — Josh Jackson (@joshiejack17) February 19, 2019 Jackson plans to transfer after finishing his degree this spring, which would make him eligible to play for the Terrapins in 2019. Jackson’s arrival gives Maryland another
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Punters are not cool. This is a fact so inherent to the sport that it warrants no explanation or analysis. In a game called football, the guys who use their feet are the least worthy of adoration. Ironic, but inarguable. Then, on the second (and far less anticipated) national signing day of the offseason, something
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A lot has happened since my first 2019 NFL mock draft in mid-January. The first-round draft order was set after the Patriots beat the Rams in Super Bowl LIII. We’ve seen the nation’s best senior prospects perform against each other at the Senior Bowl. And Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray has spurned baseball and committed
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee has hired former Oakland Raiders assistant Derrick Ansley as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach. Volunteers coach Jeremy Pruitt announced the hire Friday and said Ansley would make all defensive calls. Pruitt handled the defensive calls last year while Kevin Sherrer served as defensive coordinator. Sherrer remains on Tennessee’s staff, coaching
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A judge in California has signed an arrest warrant for Nebraska running back Maurice Washington, his lawyer said on Thursday, while university officials said the athletic department did not know the exact allegations against the player during football season. Washington was charged in California in December with possessing and distributing a video of a former
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The NCAA has started an all-encompassing review of the guidelines it uses when granting immediate eligibility to athletes who transfer from one school to another before finishing their degree. The organization’s Committee for Legislative Relief started its review earlier this week during a meeting in Indianapolis and plans to solicit feedback from a variety of
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Former college coach Jerry Kill has been named athletic director at Southern Illinois. Kill, who twice had to retire from coaching because of health issues, joined Southern Illinois’ staff in February 2018 as special assistant to the university chancellor. He became acting athletic director in April 2018 before the school’s board of trustees approved his
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Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt is parting ways with the school after reaching a financial settlement, sources told ESPN. 247 Sports first reported Leavitt’s departure on Wednesday, although he attended a coaching staff meeting and was working in the football building as of Wednesday night, sources said. Leavitt had been under contract through the 2021
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Todd Grantham has decided to remain at Florida as defensive coordinator after mulling over a multimillion dollar offer to become the Cincinnati Bengals‘ defensive coordinator, sources confirmed to ESPN. Grantham interviewed with the Bengals on Tuesday and met with team owner Mike Brown on Wednesday morning. Sources said a major factor in Grantham’s decision to
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