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L'ville to make Grantham among richest DCs
Louisville is rewarding defensive coordinator Todd Grantham for declining the Oakland Raiders' job offer.
Ohio State lowers ticket cost for two games
Ohio State is lowering the football ticket price for two non-conference games next season, but tickets for games against Penn State and Michigan State will be more than $100.
Missouri AD grateful, regretful in stepping down
An emotional Missouri athletic director Mike Alden said Friday he has reached "the perfect time" to step down after 17 years.
McCain: Time to talk legalizing sports betting
Sen. John McCain says Congress needs to hold hearings to discuss legalizing sports betting.
Ohio State cashes in on championship gear
The Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes' national championship victory.
No. 1 QB Murray stays with A&M after UT visit
Gatorade National Player of the Year and No. 1-ranked quarterback Kyler Murray has ended his recruitment and remains committed to the Texas A&M Aggies.
Seahawks' Sherman, Bennett rip 'scam' NCAA
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and defensive end Michael Bennett both gave impassioned speeches Thursday about how student athletes are unfairly maligned and how universities don't do enough for them.
Former PSU player Taliaferro now lawmaker
A former Penn State football player who recovered from a spinal cord injury has been sworn in as a New Jersey legislator.
Sources: ACC to count BYU among Power 5
Atlantic Coast Conference teams that play BYU now will be able to count that game toward the ACC's requirement of playing a non-league Power 5 team, sources told ESPN.
Penn State president: Freeh report 'not useful'
Penn State's president on Wednesday dismissed the university-commissioned review of how top administrators handled child molestation complaints about former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky as "not useful to make decisions."