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    • Ex-Rutgers QB officially enrolls at San Diego State
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      Ex-Rutgers QB officially enrolls at San Diego State

      Three months after it was initially indicated, Chris Laviano officially has a new college football home. According to a press release, Laviano has signed an offer-in-aid and is enrolled in classes for the summer session at San Diego State.  The move paves the way for the quarterback to join the Aztecs football team for the upcoming season. As Laviano is moving on to SDSU as a graduate transfer, he’ll be eligible to play immediately in 2017.  This will be Laviano’s final season of eligibility. In late November of last year, Laviano opted to transfer from Rutgers.  Prior to that, Laviano had started 18 consecutive games for the Scarlet Knights until he was benched in October of last year. In 2015, Laviano

    • 2017 NBA Draft: Early Entry withdraw list
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      2017 NBA Draft: Early Entry withdraw list

      Heres who will be returning to school. You know what they (Jon) say, you cant start looking ahead to next season until May 24th. When can we officially start looking ahead to next season? May 24th. Five more weeks of waiting for coaches, fans, and many

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      7 people ID'd for threats to NCAA ref after Kentucky loss

      Seven people have been identified for threatening basketball referee John Higgins after an NCAA Tournament game in March. Information will be referred to authorities in their jurisdictions and to the FBI's Omaha field office, a Nebraska prosecutor said Friday. Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said the identities were ascertained after a lengthy investigation following Kentucky's 75-73 loss to North Carolina in the South Region final in Memphis, Tennessee, on March 26. Polikov did not release the names. Kentucky coach John Calipari criticized the officiating during his postgame news conference. Higgins, of Omaha, saw his La Vista-based roofing company inundated with harassing emails, phone calls