Laremy Tunsil was allegedly "riding around with football agents" shortly before the assault, his stepfather said.

The Georgia Tech transfer spent his ‘off-year’ developing his skill set on the court and his physique in the weight room.

A point-spread underdog, anyway.



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Duke’s Tomlinson, UVa’s Brian voted ACC athletes of year

Duke football player Laken Tomlinson and Virginia women’s soccer player Morgan Brian are the Atlantic Coast Conference’s male and female athletes of the year.

For Jeremy Roy, the wait at draft was both long and short

This much is certain: Jeremy Roy waited long enough to hear his name called at the NHL draft.

Thursday’s Sports In Brief


Eddy Pineiro's strong leg means that the Crimson Tide just became more unstoppable. Great.

The SEC is looking up to other leagues in baseball, football and men's basketball for the first time in 10 years.

The incident, allegedly involving freshman De'Andre Johnson, comes as the Seminoles are still determining the successor to the controversial Jameis Winston.

Cavaliers celebrate first title with massive dogpile.

McLean's Josh Sborz and Lake Braddock's Kenny Towns lead Virginia to first College World Series title.

In 2011, the former quarterback was given a five-year ban from OSU's athletic facilities for his role in a scandal that forced the resignation of then-coach Jim Tressel.

Son Justin plays for the Bruins; coach Sal Alosi made Jets headlines in 2010.

The No. 8 overall pick in the MLB draft pitched 72/3 scoreless innings, leading the Commodores one win away from their second straight national title.

It's an ugly combination in Omaha.

Among six D.C. area natives, two are former All-Met POYs in Kenny Towns (Lake Braddock) and Josh Sborz (McLean).

It's described as a "Vienna-style lager."

Cavaliers are being careful with their pitchers during the College World Series, mindful of their pro futures.

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