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    Utah triplets are all named NCAA All-Americans

    Three Utah siblings who have achieved great athletic success believe they may have set a new world record. This year, the Thompson triplets won NCAA All-American honors in each of their respective sports.   Their mother Jenni Thompson stated, “I simply felt like they inspired each other in a nice manner. I’m quite proud. I’m […] More

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    Trey Sanders enters the NCAA transfer portal

    Trey Sanders, a running back for Alabama, is looking for a new school to continue his undergraduate studies. Sanders has decided to submit his name on Tuesday through the NCAA transfer site. Sanders, a member of the 2019 graduating class, played for the Crimson Tide for three seasons, making an overall 26-game appearance total.   […] More

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    Hunter Dickinson Wants College Sports to Use a Revenue-Sharing Model

    At least one player from each side will play during the men’s basketball game between Pitt and Michigan on Wednesday night with the letter “S” inscribed on their hand. The letter “S” stands for “share,” a contraction of the phrase “revenue share,” which a number of collegiate athletes feel they are entitled to. Hunter Dickinson, […] More

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    Southern Miss laments Ray Guy’s death

    The loss of Golden Eagle legend Ray Guy, who passed away Thursday morning after a protracted illness, has left the Southern Miss family in deep sorrow today. Guy, born on September 22, 1949, was 73 years old. Guy, who is widely regarded as the “best punter of all time,” completed his journey into football by […] More

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    Finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year is a runner from Mines

    Distance runner Zoe Baker from the Colorado School of Mines had a difficult road to success. Baker developed an appreciation for being pushed beyond her comfort zone via the lonely sport of running tens of miles at a time.   She learned to be a more disciplined student and athlete by forcing herself into difficult […] More

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    Bahamians begin competing in NCAA Division I early

    Although the start of the NCAA Division I basketball season is still a few days away, numerous Bahamas players began their 2022–23 seasons with exhibition games. A Mississippi basketball great was honored by Yolett McPhee-McCuin and Ole Miss, and Fredrick King and Lathaniel Bastian got the chance to don the uniform for their respective teams […] More

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    Trey Cornist Decommits from Georgia Tech

    Georgia Tech received more bad news late on Tuesday night after losing one of their defensive commits on Tuesday afternoon.   Cincinnati native and 2023 running back Trey Cornist revoked his commitment to the Yellow Jackets. Along with South Florida’s Javin Simpkins, Cornist was one of two running backs in the 2023 class that made […] More

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    Tiffany Jackson’s passing is lamented by the Texas women’s basketball team

    Tiffany Jackson, a longhorn legend and former Texas Women’s Basketball All-American, died on Monday from cancer. Her passing is being mourned by the University of Texas women’s basketball team. She had just turned 37. Jackson played under Hall of Fame coach Jody Conradt from 2003 to 2007 during his illustrious career at The University of […] More

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