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LSU may have found its new tiger mascot, and he's very cute (Photo)
It looks like LSU has found its new live tiger mascot. Harvey arrived on LSU’s campus on Tuesday, but university veterinarians have to observe how he reacts to the school’s tiger habitat before he can formally be named Mike VII. In a news release, LSU explained that the tiger’s health is top priority.
Georgia Tech dismisses leading rusher Dedrick Mills
I believe this one would qualify as a significant development. In a very brief press release, Georgia Tech announced Friday afternoon that Dedrick Mills has been dismissed by Paul Johnson from the football team. The only reason given was an unspecified violation of Tech athletics department rules. The head coach is expected to meet with the media following practice later on this afternoon. Regardless of the specific reason for the dismissal, Mills’ departure serves as yet another blow for the run-heavy Yellow Jackets. Last season, Mills’ 771 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns led all Tech ball carriers. 169 of those yards came in the bowl win over Kentucky. Mills put up all of those numbers as
Report: Hugh Freeze had more than 200 calls with booster accused of wrongdoing
Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze had a lot of phone conversations with an Ole Miss booster alleged to have given unauthorized recruiting benefits. According to phone records obtained by USA Today, Freeze and restaurant owner Lee Harris communicated via Freeze’s school-issued phone “at least” 200 times, though the report notes that the content of their conversations is unknown. Harris is named in the NCAA’s notice of allegations against the school for allegedly giving Mississippi State linebacker Leo Lewis cash payments and free food and drink during Lewis’ recruitment.
Matthew Hill follows heart, commits to Auburn
Auburn held off Alabama and South Carolina to land a commitment from four-star athlete Matthew Hill. The 6-foot-1, 190 pound playmaker out of Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood was at one time a Tennessee lean early in the process, but about six months
New Mexico pushing to keep momentum going
New Mexico is looking to keep pushing forward coming off a 9-4 season and consecutive bowl appearances, including the program's first postseason win since 2007. The recent success, including the Lobos' victory over UTSA in the New Mexico Bowl last December, has created a new mindset within the program and brought attention from outside. ''We won seven of our last eight last year,'' coach Bob Davie said.
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Video: Men's Basketball Day 7 in Australia
Video: Men's Basketball Day 7 in Australia Longhorn Foundation staff and donors visited historic Kuranda Village and the Rainforest on Friday morning.
Stitches: Winning isn't everything
“Losing is only temporary and not all-encompassing. You must simply study it, learn from it, and try hard not to lose the same way again.” — John Wooden. “If you learn from a loss, you have not lost.” — Austin O'Malley. “When you've got nothing, you've got nothing to lose.” — Bob Dylan “It
Joey Hauser Broke His Foot
On Friday night, while Marquette women's soccer was in the middle of playing the #2 team in the country, Scott Williams of the Stevens Point Journal threw a big ol' soaking wet blanket on everyone's evening. Williams got confirmation that Joey Hauser, the best prospect in Wisconsin for the
Josh Jackson Becoming A Leader
Latest tweet shows team embracing Jackson as the man. If you know anything at all about football, you understand that the quarterback wears many hats. They have to produce results. They have to win the respect of their teammates. They have to demonstrate the ability to lead in the most adverse of conditions