Aidan Howard transferred to Robert Morris in August after his release from the school. A former Virginia wide receiver has filed a suit vs. the school and other individuals because of the way he was treated while a member of the football team. Aidan Howard filed the Title IX suit Friday in a U.S. District Court according to ESPN’s Outside the Lines.
In a span of eight days, Arizona head coach has reeled in a pair of four-star recruits, adding to what is currently the top recruiting class in the country. On Thursday evening, Ira Lee, a 6-foot-7 power forward, announced that he had verbally committed to the Wildcats via his personal Twitter account. Last Wednesday, Brandon Randolph, a four-star shooting guard, pledged to the Wildcats. The newest commits join a class that is headlined by the nation’s top overall prospect, DeAndre Ayton, as well as four-star guard Alex Barcello. Arizona, which opens the 2016-17 season with no shortage of options on the perimeter, is currently stacking the frontline for the future. Lauri Markkanen is so highly-touted
As it turns out, the short-term hit North Carolina took to its offensive line last weekend will turn into a long-turn one. Caleb Peterson (pictured, being uplifted) suffered a back injury earlier this month that kept him out of both the Virginia Tech (Oct. 8) and Miami (Oct. 15) games. Thursday night, the school announced that the offensive lineman will undergo surgery Friday at the Carrell Clinic in Dallas. As a result, the senior guard will miss the remainder of the 2016 season. Peterson used his redshirt in 2012 and isn’t eligible for any type of waiver, meaning the 6-5, 300-pound lineman has likely seen his collegiate playing career come to an end. In his Tar Heel career, Peterson had started