• Breaking down the 4 biggest points from Urban Meyer’s press conference
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    Breaking down the 4 biggest points from Urban Meyer’s press conference

    Mondays are the days Urban Meyer holds his press conference at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. As camp wraps up, the focus now shifts to the Week 1 foe, Indiana. Meyer spoke for a little more than 11 minutes to the press, unveiling some tidbits of information about what this Ohio State football team will look like as they prepare for the Hoosiers. Let’s break down the four biggest points made by Meyer during the presser. 1. “[J.K Dobbins will] play. He's earned that right. We're going to call his family this week and tell them to get ready to watch some football because he's going to play.” The running back position at Ohio State has seen legend after legend handle the rock. This season seems

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    Malik Rosier officially claims Miami’s starting QB job

    Monday, Clemson named its replacement for a long-time starter under center.  A day later, another ACC team did the same. In a not-so-surprising move, Miami announced Tuesday morning that Malik Rosier has been named as the Hurricanes’ starting quarterback.  The redshirt junior had spent the past two seasons backing up Brad Kaaya, who left the ‘Canes as their all-time leader in passing yards. Rosier and Evan Shirreffs had been the two main competitors to replace Kaaya.

  • Devastating discoveries: 'Violated' examines the sexual assault scandal at Baylor
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    Devastating discoveries: 'Violated' examines the sexual assault scandal at Baylor

    Paula Lavigne Close Paula Lavigne ESPN Staff Writer Data analyst and reporter for ESPN's Enterprise and Investigative Unit. Winner, 2014 Alfred I. duPont Columbia University Award; finalist, 2012 IRE broadcast award; winner, 2011 Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism; Emmy nominated, 2009. Mark Schlabach Close Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia Follow on Twitter In spring 2016, it seemed publicly as though Baylor officials were responding to one sexual assault incident after another. Behind the scenes, attorneys from the Philadelphia law firm Pepper Hamilton,