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The death of a Rutgers University freshman stirred outrage and remorse on campus from classmates who wished they could have stopped the teen from jumping off a bridge last week after a recording of him having a sexual encounter with a man was broadcast online.
Rutgers University, the flagship university in a state known for ruthless mob bosses, petulant reality show stars and cutthroat drivers, is launching a two-year project to get people — at least those on campus — to behave better.
Going home is easier the second time around. Just ask Kenny Britt and Jason McCourty.
North Carolina coach Butch Davis said Thursday his program needs to do more to monitor what players are doing and who they're associating with following an NCAA investigation into improper benefits and academic misconduct.
The NCAA suspended North Carolina defensive back Kendric Burney six games and safety Deunta Williams four games on Wednesday for receiving improper benefits.
The audacity of the final score was staggering: UCLA 66, Texas 3.
Eid ul-Fitr, the Muslim holiday marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, is supposed to be a joyous occasion. But in the U.S.-allied Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain, where the Sunni-dominated government has arrested scores of Shi'ite opposition activists in recent weeks, many celebrated in fear.
Ray Rice was hardly even bruised during the preseason as the Baltimore Ravens preserved their all-purpose running back for the regular season.
Tony Steward grew up rooting for Florida State and idolizing linebacker Ernie Sims, two reasons he has the Seminoles at the top of his short list of college choices.