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  1. Charles Nelson makes transition into playmaker for Oregon

    Chantel Jennings

    EUGENE, Ore. -- It didn't take long for Oregon wide receivers coach Matt Lubick to really see Charles Nelson. Yes, everyone saw how undersized he was, how tough he was. No soft player of any size is able to lay the kind of hits on larger players t...

    Blog | December 03, 2014
  2. Mitch Morse named Community Service Player of the Week

    SEC Staff

    Missouri senior offensive lineman Mitch Morse is the Southeastern Conference Football Community Service Team Player of the Week.

    Story | Conversation | October 21, 2014
  3. Garcia named Community Service Player of the Week

    The Florida Gator center was recognized for his work in the Gainesville community with the Special Olympics and Adopt-A-Team program. In his first season as a Gator (2013), Garcia started all 12 games, playing mostly left guard and left tackle.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2014
  4. Ellis named SEC Football Community Service Team POW

    SEC Staff

    >Arkansas linebacker Brooks Ellis has been named the SEC Football Community Service Team Player of the Week. He is majoring in kinesiology - pre-medicine.

    Story | Conversation | September 16, 2014
  5. Endurance sports - Ford Palmer is balancing a busy life with Olym...

    Christopher Chavez

    Ford Palmer was once an NCAA football prospect, but is now finding work-life balance as a lifeguard and pro runner chasing the four-minute mile, writes Christopher Chavez.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2014
  6. NCAA coaches reaping benefits, economist testifies in O'Bannon la...

    Tom Farrey and Lester Munson

    Economist Roger Noll doesn't have the name recognition of former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon, but he might be just as important to the future of college athletics. Noll spent an entire day testifying Tuesday in the O'Bannon-NCAA trial.

    Story | Conversation | June 10, 2014
  7. Drones, in use at UCLA and MLB, starting to show up above more sp...

    Paula Lavigne

    Using drone footage to gather information or data -- instead of just images -- is catching on at several college football programs, and sports in general, even as the laws and rules addressing the use of drones remain murky.

    Story | Conversation | May 23, 2014
  8. WNBA star Brittney Griner adjusts to life in China - ESPN The Mag...

    Kate Fagan

    In ESPN The Magazine's Money Issue, Kate Fagan writes that Brittney Griner signed with a Chinese team to fine-tune her game while earning big bucks. But life overseas gave the WNBA star more than she bargained for.

    Story | Conversation | April 16, 2014
  9. Washington head coach Chris Petersen brings process to Pac-12

    Chantel Jennings

    New Washington head coach Chris Petersen brings with him to Pac-12 the process he learned at UC Davis and perfected at Boise State.

    Story | Conversation | April 15, 2014
  10. Central Florida's Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin have three hands a...

    Allison Glock

    In ESPN The Magazine's Body issue, Allison Glock writes about Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin, a pair of twins with only three hands between them and NFL dreams.

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2013
  11. Jack Hoffman TD run up for ESPY award

    Adam Rittenberg

    The best moment of spring football in the Big Ten this year (any year?) could be named the best moment in sports for the past year. Jack Hoffman's 69-yard touchdown run in Nebraska's spring game made the 7-year-old brain cancer patient a national ...

    Blog | June 27, 2013
  12. Q&A with ACC's John Swofford

    Heather Dinich

    Brace yourselves. This is an interview with ACC commissioner John Swofford without any questions about realignment rumors. If I could do a backflip, I would. There are plenty of topics still facing the ACC, though, like the possibility of an ACC chan...

    Blog | May 03, 2013
  13. Sports and pain, lessons and limits

    Jeff MacGregor

    Is pain a means to grace? To clarity? Is it an "instrument for perfecting" ourselves? Where's the line between the instructive and the destructive? What are sports meant to teach?

    Story | Conversation | April 26, 2013
  14. Temple staff's 'Olympics' a hit

    Matt Fortuna

    Matt Rhule wanted to make sure his players were having enough fun. He was a little more than two months into his new job, spring ball was 16 days away and he did not want to sense any drudgery among his Temple players before his first practices with ...

    Blog | April 11, 2013
  15. For Duke WR, competing is in his blood

    Heather Dinich

    Max McCaffrey's Duke family tree has more branches than the federal government. His grandfather, Dave Sime, was an All-ACC outfielder who led Duke in batting average, home runs and stolen bases. He won 12 ACC titles in track, was an All-American, ...

    Blog | April 09, 2013
  16. The 33 best streaks in sports history

    Doug Williams

    After seeing the Los Angeles Lakers' winning streak come to an end at 33 games in 1972, forward Jim McMillian said NBA fans had seen something special. "We just finished a streak that I don't believe any other team is going to break," he told the ...

    Blog | March 28, 2013