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Crisshawn Clark, who is a University of Portland player, alleges he suffered an ACL injury during a recruiting workout with the Ducks (read more)

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The NFLRA issued a statement Thursday that refuted recent reports of bias by league officials saying the reports are "completely misguided.". (read more)

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ESPN's popular College GameDay program visits Happy Valley for the first time since 2009. Penn Sate coach James Franklin says his team has earned the visit. (read more)

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