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Keith Jackson, the folksy voice of NCAA football who for decades weaved backwoods wit through Saturday afternoon ABC broadcasts, has died (read more)


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Now that conference play is fully in swing, college basketball’s season is starting to make a little more sense. Every game is like another piece added to the puzzle that makes the landscape of the sport make a little more sense. (read more)

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Teams from the University of Pennsylvania and Muhlenberg College are among six finalists in Disney's Imaginations contest this year (read more)

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The Jayhawks had been struggling but have won four straight, including a victory at West Virginia, with the help of a four-guard lineup (read more)

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Mark Emmert told NCAA members at the organization's annual convention that they must step up to address problems in college athletics (read more)

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Johnny Manziel has been planning a comeback for the ages the past year or so. He’s potentially got a gig in the CFL lined up and has made it clear his main focus in life is to become a professional football player once again. (read more)

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The graduate of the Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr College, and Temple's Beasley School of Law was sworn in Friday morning, becoming the fifth female district attorney in Philadelphia's collar counties (read more)

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The University of Wisconsin is very satisfied with the job head football coach Paul Chryst is doing and has rewarded him with a contract extension. On Friday, the university’s Athletic Board approved a contract that keeps Chryst locked in through Jan. (read more)

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