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Georgia Tech D-lineman Adams dies at age 21

[ad_1] Georgia Tech defensive lineman Brandon Adams died in Atlanta on Saturday, the school announced.The school didn't disclose the cause of Adams' death. He was 21."All of us here at Georgia Tech send our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Brandon Adams," Georgia Tech President George "Bud" Peterson said in a statement. "We ask that you keep them in your thoughts and prayers."Our hearts are broken by the
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Kentucky’s Allen says he’s the draft’s best player

[ad_1] LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky Wildcats pass rusher Josh Allen, who chased down a lot of quarterbacks in the fall, might not be able to close the gap on Oklahoma's Kyler Murray -- widely projected as the top pick in next month's draft. But Allen still believes he's the "best overall player.""You can just watch the film, watch the games," Allen told ESPN on Friday at the Kentucky pro day.
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Woman accuses Cal players, staff of harassment

[ad_1] The University of California's athletic department has referred allegations of sexual harassment to its Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination, the school said in a statement Wednesday.Cal's response came after a former sports medicine intern in the athletic department outlined several alleged instances of sexual harassment involving unnamed Cal football players, coaches and staff members."We are aware of the very disturbing public allegations made on social media,"
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Blind LS Olson participates at USC pro day

[ad_1] 2:01 PM ETLindsey ThiryESPN Close Covered Rams for two years for Los Angeles Times Previously covered the Falcons Has covered the NBA and college football and basketballLOS ANGELES -- Jake Olson, a blind long-snapper at USC, participated in the Trojans' pro day on Wednesday to raise funds and awareness for retinoblastoma, a rare cancer which claimed his eyesight when he was 12 years old.The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Olson put up
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Canes’ Martell eligible after NCAA grants waiver

[ad_1] Miami quarterback Tate Martell is eligible to play immediately after the NCAA approved his waiver request, the school announced Tuesday.we aren't ready yet.. but we will be!oh btw... I'M ELIGIBLE TO PLAY! pic.twitter.com/jSr9wmwiqi— TATE MARTELL (@TheTateMartell) March 19, 2019 Martell, who transferred to Miami from Ohio State in January, participated as Miami opened spring practice earlier Tuesday. The news is huge for Miami and Martell, who now joins the
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The best basketball player on each Top 25 football team

[ad_1] Who is the best basketball player on each Top 25 football team? This one is sure to cause some debate in the locker rooms. But as we get ready to crown a national champion in basketball, it's time to appreciate the athletes who can do it all.Here are the two-sport stars, the freak athletes and one hyper-competitive coach who are the best basketball players on their football teams.With all
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USC’s Swann ‘blindsided’ by admissions scandal

[ad_1] Lynn Swann, hired by the USC Trojans three years ago to run an athletic department all too familiar with scandal, says he won't resign in the face of more of it.Swann, speaking to the Los Angeles Times about the college admissions bribery case in which a senior associate athletic director, water polo coach and former soccer coach were indicted and later fired by the school, said they were veteran
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Texas icon, NFL WR Johnny Lam Jones dies at 60

[ad_1] Former Olympic champion Johnny "Lam" Jones, a two-sport star at the University of Texas and the second overall pick in the 1980 NFL draft by the New York Jets, died Friday morning after a long battle with cancer, the school announced. He was 60.Jones is one of the most celebrated athletes in Texas history. He was a legendary sprinter at Lampasas (Texas) High School and, at the age of
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The most dynamic game-breaker on each Top 25 team

[ad_1] Who are the most dynamic game-breakers on each Top 25 team as we get into the heart of college football spring practice? The players who keep opposing defensive coordinators up at night or the defenders who terrorize quarterbacks with their playmaking abilities?For some teams, it was hard to choose just one. For others, the pick was obvious.Take your pick of game-breakers on this offense. Justyn Ross, Tee Higgins, Lyn-J