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12 HOURS AGO - Forbes

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My Son Announces Where He Is (Or Is Not) Playing College Football

One of the most popular stories on Your Kid's Not Going Pro in 2014 was the tale of my son, a soon-to-be-senior in high school, getting recruiting letters from small-college, nonscholarship football programs despite the fact he barely played. National Signing Day has come and gone, so perhaps you're wondering: did my son follow the siren song of the right to be ...

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20 HOURS AGO - Minneapolis Star-Tribune

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Vikings mock draft roundup: now in Waynes' world?

The NFL scouting combine is now a few days behind us, which means the draftniks have had sufficient time to update their mock drafts to reflect what was learned in Indy. It is still more than two months until the actual draft, and future events — none bigger than free agency — will shape how the first round of the ...

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20 HOURS AGO - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Coventry boys basketball ends 57-year conference title drought; St. Vincent-St. Mary to honor football national champions: Division I and II notebook (video)

Coventry won the Portage Trail Conference Metro Division, ending a 57-year title drought. AKRON, Ohio — Coventry's boys basketball team entered the 2014-15 season having not won a conference championship since the 1950s. Led by coach Lynn Wess and a balanced up-tempo offense, the Comets won the Portage Trail Conference Metro Division this season, their first conference title since 1958. ...

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22 HOURS AGO - Washington Post

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Baylor’s Silas Nacita: ‘The bottom line is that I broke the rules’

Silas Nacita, the formerly homeless college football player who announced Wednesday that he no longer would be playing for Baylor, clarified the reason behind his dismissal, writing Thursday on Twitter that he disregarded advice from the school’s compliance office over what benefits he was allowed to accept.Read full article >>

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FEB 26, 2015 - Seattle Times

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Shaq Thompson collects Paul Hornung Award, looks ahead to NFL future

In Louisville to accept the Paul Hornung Award for most versatile college football player, Shaq Thompson was celebrating the past, but trying to focus on a future he’s still unsure of. The former Washington star is a projected first-rounder.

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