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Nothing could signal the triumph of football as the national sport more than the appearance of "Draft Day" so close to the opening of baseball season.
Northwestern's Trevor Siemian said Wednesday it was wrong for former quarterback Kain Colter and other players to explore unionization without first taking their concerns to their coach and administrators.
To say that Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez has been around would be an understatement.
The English Football Association moved closer Wednesday to ban anyone involved in soccer from betting on any match in the world.
Entry signs on roads approaching the town center are adorned with the word "Believe." Paving stones in the town's busy high streets have been painted blue in the team's colors and decorated with messages of support.
Known as the "Engineer" in his native Portugal for his university education and careful planning, Fernando Santos has lived up to that reputation in Greece since taking over as coach of the national football team.
Bobby Denton, who worked as Neyland Stadium's public address announcer for nearly half a century, has died. He was 73.
Although Volker Finke's appointment as national team coach was surrounded by controversy in football-loving Cameroon, the "Finke Method" has already started to pay off.
Like sunshine and happiness or Lennon and McCartney, football and Brazil go together, each making the other better. So the first World Cup in Brazil in 64 years is bound to be special.