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The former wide receiver, widely considered among the greatest football players ever, said the veteran Giants quarterback lacks "consistency."
The Redskins cornerback said he is giving away up to 50 tickets for this Sunday's game in the hope the fans who use them will be loud.
Fitchburg State's Kewan Platt, who said he "got frustrated and lost control over my behavior," was suspended indefinitely and banned from campus.
The statuses of running back Chris Thompson and cornerback Quinton Dunbar are uncertain, but rookie wideout Trey Quinn will return.
But he also talked about how the Warriors "had" great years together. Hmmmm ...
Ruth, who died in 1948, is the 14th baseball figure to be awarded the nation's highest civilian honor.
Los Angeles could join the 1985 Bears in clinching its division so early.
The league had allotted $40 million for such research under an initiative announced in 2016.
The TV analyst, lawyer and author says he has a "slow-progressing version" of Lou Gehrig's disease.
Crounse made deep playoff runs at Patuxent but is now at Northern trying to guide his son, Zach.
After missing the Final Four from 2014 to 16, the powerhouse program returns for its second straight. This time, the Terps aree aiming for the program's ninth national title and first since 2011.
If Copley has to start a third straight game for the injured Holtby, it will be a revealing challenge for the rookie who has just eight games of NHL experience.
The conference hasn't been great against the spread in late-season games against college football's lesser lights.
The late timing of the NFL's decision messed up so many travel plans.