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Lessons go beyond football for Michigan in Italy – The Detroit News

Lessons go beyond football for Michigan in Italy – The Detroit News

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Even before he turns 33, Alex Smith combats his football mortality – ESPN (blog)

7:00 AM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When he first entered the NFL in 2005 with the San Francisco 49ers, Alex Smithfelt he was in on the cutting edge of modern culture. Not so much anymore now that he’s 12 years older and playing for the Kansas […]

Father of Florida State football star Travis Rudolph dies from accidental gunshot wound – WPTV.com

The father of Florida State University football star and West Palm Beach native Travis Rudolph sustained a fatal gunshot wound Friday night. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said Darryl Rudolph died at an area hospital Saturday after an accidental shooting at Sugar Daddy’s adult club in suburban West Palm Beach.  PBSO said Darryl Rudolph, 55, was shot […]

Rome Travel Log: From Michigan to Italy – MGoBlue

Rome Travel Log: From Michigan to Italy – MGoBlue

April 23, 2017 The Michigan football program is on a one-week special educational and football experience for its student-athletes with a week of learning and practice in Rome, Italy. Follow the Wolverines on social media (#HailRoma) and with a daily travel log on MGoBlue.com. Saturday, April 22 2:27 p.m. — Three buses with 91 passengers […]

College football: In a year of sweeping change at Notre Dame, hope springs – NCAA.com

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — This year of sweeping change for Notre Dame passed another mile marker Saturday with the Blue and Gold spring game. The 20,000 or so fans that took in the two-hour intra-squad scrimmage at Notre Dame Stadium on a bright day got a glimpse of a promising first-year starting quarterback […]

UGA cuts ties with football signee after arrest – Atlanta Journal Constitution

That came after the Baylor situation last year, but was also inspired by the Jonathan Taylor situation: Taylor, a defensive lineman at Georgia in 2012, was accused in Athens of felony domestic assault, dismissed and, after spending a season at a junior college, was accepted at Alabama, despite the Athens charges still pending.

Three things we learned from UCF football’s spring game – Orlando Sentinel

Check out the top three things we learned about the UCF football team after its spring game Saturday night. 1. Winning is vitally important for the Knights in 2017 — attendance depends on it. Expecting UCF to match or best last year’s record spring game attendance (23,147) would be a reach. After all, the school […]

UGA football signee arrested in Athens – Atlanta Journal Constitution

“She stated that she and Demery got into an argument; he began to get loud, she started to walk off, he told her ‘walk off again, and Imma show you.’ She began to walk away again, at which point, Demery came from behind her; grabbing her on the back of her neck; pushing her against […]

5 takeaways from Iowa spring football – Landof10.com

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Spring practice is over. Iowa wrapped it up with the spring game, and the Gold defeated the Black 63-47 on Friday night. What did the Hawkeyes learn over 15 practices? What were the biggest takeaways? Here are five things that stand out from the spring. 1. Quarterback is a work in progress Signal […]

Former MSU football player Auston Robertson in police custody – MLive.com

A little more than 48 hours after a warrant was issued for his arrest, former Michigan State football player Auston Robertson is in police custody. The Meridian Township Police department announced on its Facebook page early Sunday afternoon that Robertson had been located and is in police custody. An arrest warrant for third degree criminal […]

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