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Billy Brewer, the former Mississippi football star who went on to coach the Rebels to eight Egg Bowl victories over rival Mississippi State, died Saturday. He was 83. Ole Miss released a statement confirming Brewer’s death in Memphis following a brief illness. Family friend Chuck Rounsaville said the former coach had been in poor health
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TOLEDO, Ohio — Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh says he is looking at potential ways to provide compensation for his players without making them full employees. Five more former Ole Miss players were granted waivers to play immediately at their new schools Thursday, skipping the usual one-year waiting period for student-athletes who transfer schools before graduating.
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Five more former Ole Miss players were granted waivers to play immediately at their new schools Thursday, skipping the usual one-year waiting period for student-athletes who transfer schools before graduating. Houston‘s Deontay Anderson, UCF‘s Tre Nixon, UAB‘s Jarrion Street, Nebraska‘s Breon Dixon and Georgia Tech‘s Jack DeFoor will all be allowed to play for their
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CLEMSON, S.C. — It was about a year ago at this time that Clemson coach Dabo Swinney passed out shirts to every one of his players that read “Built To Last.” And really, it’s hard to argue with that assessment. Other than Swinney’s alma mater, Alabama, good luck finding a healthier or more vibrant college
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BIRMINGHAM, Mich. — Michigan State interim president John Engler said Thursday he doesn’t believe the university has placed more priority on winning games in basketball and football than keeping students safe from sexual misconduct on campus. Engler said those sports receive extra scrutiny in the media, but that coaches Tom Izzo and Mark Dantonio have
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MADISON, Wis. — Jonathan Taylor’s upcoming summer school load includes a course in astronomy. Wisconsin’s biggest star is geeking out about it. “I’ve been a science guy for a while, and space is definitely interesting, how things form,” said Taylor, sitting in Wisconsin’s football lobby overlooking Camp Randall Stadium on a cool April morning. “It’s
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