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Iowa wide receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos has hired one of the state's most high-profile criminal defense attorneys to represent him against drug charges.
Miami (Ohio) coach Michael Haywood, known for his fiery speeches and CEO-like leadership skills, has been chosen by Pitt to succeed Dave Wannstedt as coach.
Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand has been named the winner of the 2010 Discover Orange Bowl Courage Award.
Kansas reserve Mario Little has been arrested on charges of battery, criminal damage and criminal trespassing.
New Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill has decided to keep two members of the previous staff.
Teenage pitching sensation, World War II hero, outspoken Hall of Famer and local sports treasure. Bob Feller was all of them.
On Thursday morning, about the time the Washington Redskins were supposed to be filing out the back door of the team headquarters for the short walk to the practice field, they instead were headed out the front door and into the parking lot.
Russell Martin wanted the Los Angeles Dodgers to show him some love. When he didn't get it, he was willing to move on.
Bloomsburg's Franklyn Quiteh went from short-yardage specialist in the preseason to starting tailback on opening day to All-American when his redshirt freshman season was finished.