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Air Force lost to No. 7-ranked Michigan on Saturday by the final of 29-13, but they certainly earned a lot of respect in the process. (read more)


Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery had surgery on Wednesday morning to fix a torn rotator cuff, sources tell Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). (read more)

Lamar Jackson is a quarterback, and a darn good one at that. He’s not a wide receiver, he’s not too short, and he most certainly is not lacking talent when it comes to the pure passing game, despite what Bill Polian would have you believe. (read more)

There are some concerns among scouts and analysts about quarterback Josh Allen’s accuracy, but one thing that cannot be called into question is the Wyoming product’s arm strength.Allen recently showed off his strong arm during a workout, when he kneeled on the 50-yard line. (read more)

Rebel Rags, an apparel store specializing in Ole Miss gear, has filed a lawsuit against Dan Mullen, the NCAA and many other figures.SI’s Bruce Feldman reported on Tuesday about Rebel Rags’ lawsuit. (read more)

Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy had a funny reaction to Tim Brewster’s recent anti-Big 12 tweets.Brewster, who is a tight ends coach on Jimbo Fisher’s Texas A&M staff, recently tooted the horn of the SEC with a couple of his tweets: Brewster sent those tweets likely because he is trying to convince recruits in Texas to choose to play for Texas A&M over all the other schools in the state, many (read more)

De’Anthony Melton has not played for USC this season after his eligibility was called into question as part of the FBI’s widespread investigation into college basketball recruiting, and the sophomore guard has decided to call it quits.On Wednesday, Melton announced that he is withdrawing from USC to focus on preparing for a pro basketball career. (read more)

The number one position player available on the offseason market just went off the board. It may have come a little late, but it was little surprise when the Red Sox agreed to sign J. (read more)

The Wizards feel good about how they have played without John Wall, but that is about to be put to a serious test by their schedule (read more)

It’s been nearly a decade since John Wall attended Kentucky, but he’ll soon be returning, in hopes of finishing what he started.Wall, who went to Kentucky from 2009-10, recently revealed his plans to go back this summer so he can earn a business degree. (read more)

Jakub Jerabek hasn’t found a fit in Montreal, and with his unrestricted free agency pending the team has decided to move on. The defenseman has been traded to the Washington Capitals for a 2019 fifth-round draft pick. (read more)

Both players on waivers yesterday have been claimed, with Gabriel Dumont heading back to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Taylor Chorney on his way to the Columbus Blue Jackets.Dumont had previously been claimed from the Lightning by the Ottawa Senators, but will now head back to his old organization. (read more)

MLB's top 10 first basemen for 2018

21-2-2018 8:05 PM | yardbarker | similar news

As always, there is an abundance of riches at first base. The franchise player count at the position ranks high, with five to six of this year’s top 10 counting as the centerpiece performers on their respective clubs. (read more)

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