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Friday, May 22, 2015

College Football

Alleged rape victim sues Jameis Winston in civil court

The woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by Jameis Winston in Dec. 2012 has sued the NFL draft prospect in civil court. According to The Tampa Bay Times, Erica Kinsman is suing Winston on grounds of “sexual battery, assault, false imprisonment and ‘intentional infliction of emotional distress arising out of forcible rape.’” Winston admitted…Read More

Brian Kelly on Notre Dame’s QBs: I’d take our two over Ohio State’s

No coach in Division I college football has a more difficult decision to make at the quarterback position than Urban Meyer. Ohio State has two quarterbacks — Braxton Miller and JT Barrett — that were clear-cut Heisman Trophy candidates and a third — Cardale Jones — that led them to a national championship. Despite that,…Read More

Jameis Winston reportedly scores 27 on Wonderlic test

Jameis Winston is making his case as one of the top quarterback prospects in the last few years, and his Wonderlic test score certainly aids his case. Yahoo Sports reports that Winston scored a 27 on his Wonderlic, which is a very respectable mark for a QB. That is one point shy of the 28…Read More

Charlie Strong, Kevin Sumlin want to renew Texas-Texas A&M rivalry

Charlie Strong and Kevin Sumlin both have a desire to renew the Texas-Texas A&M rivalry on the football field after taking the last three years off. The schools first played against each other in football in 1894 and competed every year from 1915-2011, but they took a break after A&M left the Big 12 for…Read More

Jameis Winston’s lawyer David Cromwell: QB not ready for NFL off the field

Jameis Winston’s attorney David Cromwell agrees with the critics when it comes to the biggest concern surrounding Winston’s NFL prospects. While speaking at Villanova University School of Law on Friday morning, Cromwell admitted that Winston still has some growing up to do before he becomes a professional athlete. “He’s ready to be an NFL player…Read More

Jim Harbaugh proudly shows Michigan ‘American Sniper’ despite protest

Jim Harbaugh stood up defiantly against a group of Michigan students by expressing his support for the movie “American Sniper.” The acclaimed Clint Eastwood film was scheduled to be shown on Friday as part of the school’s Center for Campus Involvement “UMix Late Night.” The screening was cancelled after about 300 students protested it because…Read More

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