• Judge: Video of Cleaves, accuser may be evidence in sex case

    FLINT, Mich. (AP) -- A judge overseeing Mateen Cleaves' criminal sexual conduct case says a video featuring the former Michigan State basketball star and his accuser may be allowed into evidence.

    The Associated Press
  • Arkansas using overseas trip to help mesh overhauled roster

    Rather, the Razorbacks coach is simply treating the disappointing 16-16 record as a singular setback in what's been an otherwise growth-filled first five seasons following his return to the school where he was an assistant for 17 years. Anderson will have his first opportunity to see if last…

    The Associated Press
  • NCAA recommends 1 live-contact football practice per week

    The NCAA football oversight committee recommended Division I football programs hold only one ''live-contact'' practice per week. The current guidelines, which are not enforceable rules, allow two live practices per week. The new guidelines announced Wednesday will take effect this season.

    The Associated Press
  • University of Louisville president resigns amid FBI, NCAA probes

    The University of Louisville's Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of the school's president, officials said on Thursday, amid investigations by the FBI and NCAA. James Ramsey will receive $690,542 to leave the position immediately following his resignation late Wednesday, university…

  • Atlanta's Olympic venues meet varying fates since 1996

    ATLANTA (AP) -- Twenty years after the Olympics were held in Atlanta, some remnants of that improbable summer remain a highly visible part of the city's landscape, while others quickly faded away.

    The Associated Press
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  • Judge to review surveillance video in Appling gun case

    A Michigan judge will review surveillance footage from the night former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling was arrested outside a strip club on weapons and drug charges. Appling's defense attorney presented the footage at Friday's preliminary examination. It includes security videos…

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    Michigan Jumpman Uniforms Possibly Leaked | The Feed

    The new Michigan Jumpman uniforms were potentially leaked on Twitter on Friday. In this edition of "The Feed, brought to you by Cici's Pizza," Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette reacts to the possible new Wolverines uni's and the new Jim Harbaugh official sideline cap.

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  • NC State's Dennis Smith Jr. fully recovered, ready to go

    North Carolina State's prized freshman point guard is pushing through a workout in the practice gym on a hot July afternoon, and there's no sign of the knee injury that defined his past year. ''I really don't feel that pressure though,'' Smith said.

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  • NCAA recommends reduction in full-contact practices

    The NCAA is aiming to take another step to make college football safer for student-athletes. The Division I Football Oversight Committee formally recommended Wednesday that D-I programs reduce the number of “live-contact” practices from two to one per week during the season. The NCAA defines…

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    What Kevin Durant Thinks Of Shaka Smart At Texas

    What does former Texas star Kevin Durant think of the job Shaka Smart is doing with the Longhorns? Durant shared his thoughts with Campus Insiders during a Team USA practice for the 2016 Olympics in Rio De Janeiro.

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    The Bachelorette Finale Pits ACC vs. SEC

    The Bachelorette finale is Monday and the final two contestants vying for JoJo's love are former athletes from ACC and SEC schools. Robby Hayes was a swimmer at Florida State, while Jordan Rodgers is a former quarterback from Vanderbilt. So, it's another ACC vs. SEC showdown! ACC Digital Network…

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