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Sports USOC hires new director to focus on NCAA sports programs

“Sarah will be a key driver of increased collaboration between the USOC, NGB’s and all of the NCAA member institutions and conferences.”. Her understanding of the myriad levels of bureaucracy and personality types that comprise the NCAA and NGB worlds . With preparations for the 2016 Olympics heading into their final stages, the U.S.
USA Today
03/05
17 Points

Sports Leicester City takes its place among great sports miracles

This time, Greece won it all, including wins over defending champion France, the Czech Republic and finally favored Portugal in the championship game. 8 seed to win 66-64 stun a Georgetown team led by Patrick Ewing in the title game.-- Kirk Gibson's home run propels Dodgers past A's.Gibson's pinch-hit two-run blast off Dennis Eckersley while injured got the Los Angeles off and running in a five-game 1988 World Series against the A's.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
10 Points
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Sports Attorney: Laremy Tunsil texts 'much to do about nothing'

And once it is found out what this is all about, it will be much to do about nothing.”Farese declined further comment when reached by The Clarion-Ledger on Sunday.
USA Today
02/05
3 Points
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Sports Ex-Bengals QB saves man's life with CPR at Starbucks

Eric Kresser, a Cincinnati native and backup quarterback for the Bengals from 1997 to 1999, performed CPR on a man at a Starbucks in West Virginia, saving his life, according to a story by herald-dispatch.com's Tim Stephens.Kresser played quarterback at Florida before transferring to Marshall for his senior year.
USA Today
01/05
12 Points
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Laremy Tunsil’s lawyer calls bong video hack ‘completely illogical’ and speculates motive was revenge, not money 

Joe Robbins/Getty Images The tumble down the NFL draft board will cost Laremy Tunsil millions of dollars. The lawyer for Laremy Tunsil doesn't know for sure who staged the social media attack on his client during the NFL Draft. "So from all the information we have, we are comfortable with it." Related Stories Myles Jack, Laremy Tunsil tumbles are latest NFL draft slides Tags: laremy tunsil , nfl , nfl draft , miami dolphins , athletes busted .
Daily News
29/04
21 Points
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Sports Ole Miss to investigate Laremy Tunsil's comments on receiving cash

29.AP Sports Writer Aaron Beard and Associated Press writer Emily Wagster Pettus contributed to this story.Sign up to receive news alerts and a daily roundup of all things Colorado sports delivered to your inbox.
The Denver Post
29/04
6 Points

Sports Laremy Tunsil woes continue: Mississippi will investigate payoff claims

The university said in a statement Friday it is "aware of the reports from the NFL Draft regarding Laremy Tunsil and potential NCAA violations during his time at Ole Miss" and "will aggressively investigate and fully cooperate with the NCAA and the SEC." Tunsil was the story of the NFL draft after his troubled past, including a video of him smoking from a gas mask-bong contraption, surfaced on social media accounts minutes before the first round started.
San Jose Mercury News
29/04
2 Points
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Sports Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy: 'I’m shooting for the Walmart of football camps'

Along with junior college and NCAA Division II, FCS and Group of Five schools, Gundy said interested schools included Arizona State, Colorado, Kansas State, Mississippi, Missouri, Northwestern and Oregon State. Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy, who might be the pioneer of satellite camps, hailed the NCAA's reversal of a ban Thursday but said he wasn’t surprised.“We never really pulled off of it,” Gundy told USA TODAY Sports.
USA Today
29/04
8 Points
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Three decades later, Dereck Whittenburg and his 1983 NC State NCAA title team finally get White House trip

You don’t want to beat the president, but I might have to challenge him to a game.”The members of the Wolfpack who won the NCAA national championship by upsetting Houston, 54-52, in the 1983 title game never visited the White House as a team when President Ronald Reagan was in office. State Wolfpack are scheduled to be honored by President Barack Obama at the White House on May 9.“I know he’s a basketball fan,” Whittenburg told the News.
Daily News
29/04
4 Points

Sports Going down memory lane with Stanford's Notah Begay, Casey Martin and Conrad Ray

Then it's off to the NCAA Regionals, and ideally a reunion at the end of May in Eugene, Ore., as the Ducks will host the NCAA championships, which will be televised on Golf Channel for a third year in a row."My goal over the next month is to take care of business, hopefully, and have a good show at the Pac 12 championships in Salt Lake," Ray said. Notah Begay, Casey Martin and Conrad Ray were teammates at Stanford when the men's golf team won a national championship in 1994.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
12 Points

Sports Going down memory lane with Stanford's Notah Begay, Casey Martin and Conrad Ray

Then it's off to the NCAA Regionals, and ideally a reunion at the end of May in Eugene, Ore., as the Ducks will host the NCAA championships, which will be televised on Golf Channel for a third year in a row."My goal over the next month is to take care of business, hopefully, and have a good show at the Pac 12 championships in Salt Lake," Ray said. Notah Begay, Casey Martin and Conrad Ray were teammates at Stanford when the men's golf team won a national championship in 1994.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
9 Points
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NCAA takes firmer stance against LGBT discrimination with new championship process

Athlete, told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday he was pleased with the NCAA's progress but noted "it can't just be championships. It has to be the regular season. It has to be more. The NCAA is a giant organization and I know there are politics involved. But at the end of the day, the NCAA has to protect its student-athletes at all possible costs. This is one of many steps."The NCAA is not in charge of regular season competition.
USA Today
28/04
4 Points
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Sports Minority coaches struggle to get opportunities in NCAA

"If that defines who I am as a basketball coach, then God help this profession."Dickerson is now 49 years old. And yet six years, five NCAA Tournaments, three Sweet 16s and a Final Four trip later, Dickerson is still waiting for another chance."At one time in this profession, if you were a part of a winning program and demonstrated the qualities of being able to coach and being able to run a program and being able to relate to young men, you had opportunities," Dickerson told The Associated Press.
USA Today
26/04
17 Points
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Sports Denver Pioneers intend to renovate, expand off-ice space at Magness Arena

Passers-by will see glass-encased NCAA championship trophies along with images and equipment from former DU All-Americans, Olympians, NHL players and other legends."I love where the program is headed, and this is the last step to put the icing on the cake," said DU coach Jim Montgomery, a Montreal native and former Canadiens forward. A large chunk of the $2 million is expected to come from former Pioneers, including active NHL players Paul Stastny (making $7 million with St.
The Denver Post
26/04
8 Points
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