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9:57 PM ET Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy needs to “invest more time in building stronger relationships with his student-athletes,” according to an internal review of the program, which “uncovered no signs or indication of racism,” athletic director Mike Holder said in a statement Thursday night. Last month, Gundy apologized for the “pain and discomfort”
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8:14 AM ET Oklahoma State’s Dylan Galloway, who started 14 games at left tackle the previous two seasons, has retired from football because of injuries, sources confirmed to ESPN. Galloway, a fifth-year senior from Dallas, was expected to be one of three returning starting offensive linemen for the Pokes this season. Last year, he blocked
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9:06 PM ET A total of 14 Oklahoma football players have tested positive for the coronavirus, along with two of the 72 staff members who were tested, the school announced Wednesday as it began voluntary workouts. As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the athletic department also announced it has implemented budget cuts of
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5:26 PM ET North Carolina added its second five-star commitment to the 2021 recruiting class Tuesday when cornerback Tony Grimes announced his commitment to the Tar Heels. Grimes is the No. 6-ranked prospect overall and chose North Carolina over Georgia, Ohio State and Texas A&M. He now joins five-star defensive end Keeshawn Silver as the
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10:16 PM ET Arizona paused its plan to bring athletes back to campus Monday, citing a surge in COVID-19 cases in Pima County and its impact on the local healthcare system. The school started bringing back athletes June 15 for voluntary workouts in groups of approximately 20, with new groups arriving each week. Arizona said
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10:00 AM ET Kiese Laymon Close Author of “Long Division” and “How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America” Associate professor of English and Africana Studies at Vassar College Editor’s note: This story about Ole Miss football was originally published on Oct. 14, 2015. Mississippi lawmakers voted on Sunday to retire the Confederate battle
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7:31 PM ET Mississippi lawmakers voted Sunday to retire the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag, following widespread increased pressure that came in part from the world of sports. Mississippi’s House and Senate voted in succession Sunday afternoon to retire the flag, with broad bipartisan support. Republican Gov. Tate Reeves has said he will
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8:18 PM ET ESPN News Services MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State University is reviewing its options after a tweet by a student about the death of George Floyd prompted outrage from several students, including two football players who threatened to leave, the school’s president said Friday. On Thursday, one month since Floyd, a Black man,
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2:56 PM ET ESPN News Services Under Armour is attempting to break its 15-year, $280 million contract with UCLA, according to the school. “UCLA Athletics learned this week that Under Armour is attempting to terminate its 15-year apparel and footwear contract with us and the Bruin community,” the school said in a statement Saturday. “We
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3:35 PM ET Associated Press PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. — Phil Krueger, who helped build a dominant defense as an assistant for 1967 national champion Southern California and later became part of the first coaching staff in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history, has died. He was 90. Krueger died Monday at his home, his family said. Skilled
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8:43 PM ET LSU sophomore linebacker Marcel Brooks has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal. Brooks appeared in 11 games as a reserve last season for the national champion Tigers, recording eight tackles and 1.5 sacks. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Brooks played mostly safety in 2019 but also showed promise in pass-rushing situations. LSU converted him to
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