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  • College Basketball
  • April 14, 2017
  • Jeff Bartl

Michigan State’s Nick Ward Skipping NBA Draft Process

Not long after Michigan State star freshman Miles Bridges made his return official, Spartans big man Nick Ward announced he’ll also bypass the NBA Draft and return for his sophomore season.

  • College Football
  • April 14, 2017
  • Brian Stultz

College Football News Roundup – April 14

A college football news roundup that includes FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher saying he was hard to deal with this spring and a politician trying to oust a coach.

  • College Football
  • April 14, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Indiana Hoosiers Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Kevin Wilson got Indiana rolling, leading the perennial Big Ten doormat to back-to-back bowl games. New head coach Tom Allen plans to keep the Hoosiers rolling, preferably to their first winning season in a decade. He inherits a roster with enough veteran talent to remain on course in Bloomington in 2017.

  • College Football
  • April 13, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

Projecting Where 4-Star QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson Will Commit

Four-star quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson may not be uncommitted for much longer. With Michigan, Oregon and UCLA among the teams vying for his commitment, the Campus Insiders staff gave its predictions for where he’ll end up.

  • College Football
  • April 13, 2017
  • Brian Stultz

College Football News Roundup – April 13

A college football news roundup that includes Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield speaking on leadership and Auburn bringing a familiar face back.

  • College Football
  • April 12, 2017
  • Brian Stultz

College Football News Roundup – April 12

A college football news roundup that includes Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn speaking out against a new proposed rule and Oklahoma State adding an offensive lineman.

  • College Football
  • April 11, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Purdue Boilermakers Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Hiring Jeff Brohm away from Western Kentucky was a winning move by Purdue. But how long will it take for the new coach to deliver the kind of improvements that predecessor Darrell Hazell couldn’t in three-plus seasons? Spring drills afforded the new staff a chance to assess its inherited personnel to determine the most immediate need areas entering 2017.

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