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They're battling in courtrooms, and could one day meet over a bargaining table. About the only things the two sides in the debate over big-time college athletics agree on is that things are changing.
Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter testified Tuesday that he was essentially paid to play via his scholarship as the National Labor Relations Board opened a closely watched hearing on a bid to form what would be the first union for college athletes in U.S. history.
John Groce liked a lot of what No. 23 Illinois did on Sunday. They just didn't do enough of it on offense.
Taylor Thornton scored twice, including the game-winning goal with 16:19 remaining, and second-seeded Northwestern advanced to the NCAA women's lacrosse championship game with a 9-7 victory over No. 3 Maryland on Friday night.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Maryland women's lacrosse team left College Park bound for Stony Brook, N.Y., and LaValle Stadium - a trek that has become quite familiar for the Terrapins.
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots spent the majority of the 2012 NFL draft focused on improving 2011's league-worst defense.
It turns out you can recycle just about anything these days _ even kidneys and other organs donated for transplants.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo has never seen anything like this.
When a game starts to slip away from the home team, the visitors can hear it. Illinois offensive lineman Jeff Allen can tell.