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12:00 PM ET About 19% of college athletic trainers reported in a recent survey that a coach played an athlete who had been deemed “medically out of participation,” according to results released Tuesday by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association that reveal concerns about college coaches having too much influence in medical decision-making. NATA president Tory
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6:44 PM ET ESPN News Services WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — The presidents of the schools in the Big East voted Monday to extend an invitation to UConn to rejoin the conference for basketball and other sports, according to multiple reports. A person with firsthand knowledge confirmed to the Associated Press that the schools’ presidents voted
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10:28 PM ET Former Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel is again receiving treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma after a recurrence of the cancer, he told KMIZ-TV on Sunday. Pinkel, 67, was first diagnosed with the disease in May 2015 and retired after the season that fall. He said a year later that the cancer was in
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7:30 AM ET A misdemeanor battery charge against Florida defensive back Brian Edwards has been dropped over a lack of evidence, according to Florida State Attorney Bill Cervone. Edwards had been arrested in May after he was accused of grabbing his girlfriend of two years by her neck as she attempted to leave their apartment,
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11:47 AM ET Jeff Borzello Close ESPN Staff Writer Basketball recruiting insider. Joined ESPN in 2014. Graduate of University of Delaware. Mark Schlabach Close ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia UConn is expected to leave the American Athletic Conference and return
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6:14 PM ET The college football season will kick off in late August with few marquee matchups and a bevy of perceived mismatches. Out of the 45 early games with lines at Caesars Sportsbook, 18 have point spreads of 20 or more points. Six teams are favored by 30 or more points, including Clemson and
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7:41 PM ET ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia has dismissed junior Jeremiah Holloman, the Bulldogs’ top returning receiver from a year ago, after he admitted to university police that he punched his then-girlfriend during an incident more than a year ago. According to a police incident report, Holloman wrote in a statement to police that he
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