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Senior linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey and two teammates knelt during the national anthem before a game against Northwestern.

He tells Dan Patrick that he's already moving on, as only Les Miles can.

MLS playoff race. NWSL playoff schedule. USL playoff schedule. NCAA women's soccer. Marco Etcheverry's birthday.

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Walter Bush, former hockey executive, dies at 86

Walter Bush, the former USA Hockey president and primary founder of the Minnesota North Stars, died Thursday. He was 86.

Prosecutor: Evidence strong against coach in boy’s killing

A prosecutor says there is plenty of evidence showing a former college soccer coach killed his ex-girlfriend’s 12-year-old son.

Lawyer: Prosecutors demonized coach accused of killing boy

A black former college soccer coach on trial in the killing of his ex-girlfriend’s 12-year-old son has been demonized by prosecutors, his attorney said on Thursday.

Offensive coodinator Cam Cameron also is reportedly out, with Ed Orgeron named the interim coach.

Everything you though you knew about college football is turned on its head on another madcap Saturday across the nation.

The Wolverines' head coach had previously said that while he supported Colin Kaepernick's "motivation," he took exception to the 49ers quarterback's "method of action."

Okay, it was definitely the kickoff to the face. But she's all right!

The Vols keep digging holes for themselves but so far have dug out every time, plus more top stories from Saturday afternoon.

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The Hokies get revenge for consecutive losses to their nonconference rival.

Starr says the media exaggerated how badly the football program mishandled sexual assault investigations.

University officials said the protesters had "a legitimate concern."

The protest in Dallas coincided with a memorial for police officers killed in action.

The Terps get a goal from Jake Rozhansky and some help from the Spartans to win before 7,391 at Ludwig Field.

Playing in the shadow of the Big Ten, the league appears as dangerous as ever this season.

Former NFL coach was heading to work at the time of the crash. The cyclist is expected to be okay.

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