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The league says it will relax rules on touchdown and big-play celebrations by players that have led many to call it the ‘No Fun League.’
The fate that befell Laremy Tunsil on draft night last season now serves as a cautionary tale for the next wave of players whose past exploits could cost them millions.
The NFL champions, key figures tied closely to the president, praised him for overcoming the same long odds they faced in Super Bowl LI.
South Carolina prep star is a social media sensation, but what that will amount to remains uncertain.
Frank Martin admits “there are things out there that I don’t like,” but praises the state for taking in “a son of Cuban immigrants that’s married to a Jamaican woman, has mixed kids.“
The Blue Devils are used to playing the villain. But with North Carolina and South Carolina playing in the same venue this weekend, they’re nearly surrounded.
North Carolina’s controversial bathroom law, and South Carolina’s removal of the Confederate flag, resulted in the tournament’s move to Greenville this year.
The Gamecocks are looking for their first tournament win since the Watergate era. Really.
Beggs, his opponents and hundreds who attended the state meet were forced to confront one of the country’s thorniest and most divisive issues.
The NBA’s longest-serving head coach has quietly contributed to Democratic candidates and causes over the years but become more vocal since the 2016 election.