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The Washington Redskins signed second-round draft pick David Amerson and fourth-round choice Phillip Thomas on Friday, leaving one of their seven selections without a rookie deal: Florida tight end Jordan Reed.
Enter the Warzone, a 24-second violation of your senses.
It's been more than two decades since the football team at the University of Colorado hoisted its one and only national championship trophy, and the program has struggled to remain relevant ever since.
Brady Hoke was talking the way football coaches do, the way university presidents can't. Imagine, if you will, the snickering in academia if Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman, a biochemist by trade, accused her counterparts at Notre Dame of chickening out on a science fair.
Safety Phillip Thomas, who was the Washington Redskins’ fourth-round selection in the NFL Draft, signed with the team on Friday, the fifth of their seven selections to finalize a contract. Terms were not disclosed, but the Washington Post reported the deal was comparable to what linebacker Keenan Robinson received from the Redskins last year as [...]read more »
Centennial baseball coach Randy Roberts, who just exchanged lineup cards at home plate with Clovis’ James Patrick, has announced his retirement, effective after the end of the season. That means today’s Central Section Division I quarterfinal at Clovis’ Lloyd Merriman Field could be it for Roberts. He’s 421-142-2 with 13 league titles and three section [...]read more »
Fresno State left-hander Tyler Linehan has now done it back to back, put together solid outings in a May 7 victory over Hawaii and on Thursday in a 2-1 win over Nevada, and that might just mean that he is in fact … well, back. The Bulldogs’ most experienced pitcher has had a rough year, [...]read more »
There have been some long home runs hit this season at Beiden Field, where the wind quite often will blow out toward left-center field, and there has been an average of 10.9 runs scored per game.
Wrestling's governing body hopes rule changes designed to make matches more exciting and easier to understand will get the sport back in the Olympics.