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"There is no word to describe the inner beauty that shines through the eyes of our Holy Father,” the Wolverines coach says.

Freshmen and sophomores ruled off limits to college coaches in proposal passed earlier this month.

The junior point guard had filed the paperwork to potentially go pro the day before, but he had not hired an agent.

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South Carolina pitcher Schmidt sidelined with elbow injury

South Carolina junior right-hander Clarke Schmidt will miss the rest of the season after tearing a ligament in his right elbow.

Clemson is rising under Monte Lee, but toughest games ahead

Clemson coach Monte Lee measures his baseball team in 10-game segments, and the records of 7-3, 9-1, 9-1 and 8-2 are more than satisfying to him.

Michigan hires Michigan Tech’s Pearson as new hockey coach

Michigan is replacing Red Berenson with a longtime assistant.

The versatile athlete from Michigan may tumble out of the first round, following a report that he was flagged for a diluted sample during the NFL's combine.

The senior-to-be enrolled at St. John's in January and is being recruited by some of the top college football programs in the nation.

Dom Fragala, the D.C. area's leading scorer at 37 points per game, had to wait a long time to fulfill his dream of becoming a Division I basketball player.

Dixon also helped Mark Turgeon at Maryland after his playing career was over.

It might be the same guy who has done something like this in the past.

George Raveling had described Ball as “the worst thing to happen to basketball in the last hundred years."

The North Carolina transfer is expected to be back for summer workouts.

The 6-foot-9, 255-pound big man chose the Terrapins over Georgetown and Georgia Tech.

George Raveling, a longtime basketball coach, seems to have a stronger opinion about Lonzo Ball's father than Nike co-founder Phil Knight.

We want access but not THAT much access, Coach.

Georgetown University to serve as host school in NCAA tournament for sixth time.

The talented forwards left the area to play top competition in the hopes of landing Division I offers.

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