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    • Dalvin Cook and the Stories Behind the Red Flags
      Sports Illustrated

      Dalvin Cook and the Stories Behind the Red Flags

      Dalvin Cook sets down the PlayStation controller and takes a seat on the couch in his new apartment in Boca Raton, a temporary home before the NFL draft. Cook’s new pearly white Mercedes sits in the condominium parking lot outside. There’s a glass bowl on the coffee table, mounted upon a trophy base filled with fake oranges commemorating Cook’s final game as a collegian, when he willed one football powerhouse over another.

    • 2017 Big 12 spring summaries: A look at every team's early practices
      Dr. Saturday

      2017 Big 12 spring summaries: A look at every team's early practices

      Part two of our series is the Big 12, where we could be headed toward another season with two teams from the Sooner State atop the standings. Key takeaway: The days of Art Briles and his high-flying offense are over at Baylor with Matt Rhule, by way of Temple, in the fold. As evidenced by Saturday’s spring game where quarterbacks — gasp! — lined up under center, things are going to be different moving forward on the field as the Bears strive to clean things up off of it.

    • Judge dismisses former USC linebacker's wage lawsuit against NCAA, Pac-12
      Los Angeles Times

      Judge dismisses former USC linebacker's wage lawsuit against NCAA, Pac-12

      A federal judge dismissed former USC linebacker Lamar Dawson’s class-action wage lawsuit against the NCAA and Pac-12 Conference on Tuesday, saying the case was based on “untenable legal theory.” Dawson, who played for USC from 2011 through 2015, sued in U.S. District Court in San Francisco in September. The case alleged the NCAA and Pac-12 violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and California law because they don’t pay football players minimum wage or overtime. U.S. District Judge Richard Seeborg disagreed with Dawson’s argument in a 12-page opinion. “Leaving aside the policy question of whether and how Division I FBS college football players should be compensated, there is simply no legal basis