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    Months after losing love for football, ex-Mich. St. RT Thiyo Lukusa transfers to Arizona

    Six months after proclaiming he hadn’t been in love with football since high school, Thiyo Lukusa has apparently once again found his fondness for the sport. On his Instagram account this week, Lukusa revealed that he has decided to transfer to Arizona and continue his collegiate playing career with the Wildcats. It’s believed the offensive lineman won’t be eligible to play in 2017.

  • Jim McElwain: 'We're going to beat the heck out of Michigan'
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    Jim McElwain: 'We're going to beat the heck out of Michigan'

    Despite seven players suspended for the opener, Florida coach Jim McElwain is extremely confident his Gators will take care of business against the Michigan Wolverines. McElwain all but guaranteed a win over the Big Ten contender during a recent gathering of students in Gainesville. "I love the energy, can't wait to see you," McElwain said during a pep rally on Periscope. "And you know what, we’re heading to Dallas here in a couple weeks to go beat the heck out of Michigan and then come back to you guys.” You have to admire McElwain for hyping his team with their fanbase, but the last time Florida met Michigan, the Wolverines left with a 41-7 thumping in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Florida's

  • 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,