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COLUMBUS, Ohio — On Tuesday, Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley turned 34, celebrating briefly in his office, where he had lunch with his 4-year-old daughter, Sloan, and she drew him a picture. Four days later, the real party began, and a different picture became clear: Oklahoma, with the youngest head coach in the FBS, is to
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — After shaking hands and giving interviews at midfield, Baker Mayfield belted out, “My turn now,” before sprinting to the corner of “The Shoe,” where hundreds of jubilant Oklahoma fans awaited. Seconds later, he returned to midfield. Mayfield found the Sooners’ oversized crimson flag, unraveled it and began waving it around. Then, he
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The sequel to Lamar Jackson‘s Heisman Trophy campaign might be even better than the original. The defending Heisman winner turned in another record-breaking performance in the Louisville Cardinals‘ 47-35 win over the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday, throwing for 393 yards and rushing for 132 more. Jackson became just the
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Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno allegedly told former assistant Mike McQueary in 2001 that it wasn’t the first time he had heard that Jerry Sandusky had sexually abused children, according to a 2011 Pennsylvania State Police report obtained by CNN. According to the police report, McQueary, who went to Paterno after witnessing an alleged
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Former USC Trojans kicker Matt Boermeester‘s request to stay his expulsion from the university was granted in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, but he is still banned from campus and cannot re-enroll in classes this semester, according to the Southern California News Group. A trial on his petition to overturn the expulsion, filed last
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