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  • NCAA rules Arkansas State must forfeit wins

    The NCAA threw out more than 30 Arkansas State victories in football and basketball from the 2005-07 seasons Friday, saying the school used ineligible players.

  • Gillispie silent on Texas Tech job

    Former Kentucky basketball coach Billy Gillispie isn't talking about his name being linked to the job at Texas Tech.

  • Rangers CEO Greenberg leaving organization

    It didn't take long for Chuck Greenberg to become a very visible figure for the Texas Rangers, buying the team in a dramatic bankruptcy court showdown and then taking on the role of CEO and managing partner before the team's first-ever World Series.

  • Providence fires Keno Davis

    An 11-2 start, consecutive wins against ranked teams and the nation's second highest scorer couldn't save Keno Davis' job as men's basketball coach at Providence College.

  • J.I. Burton claims first girls hoops title

    Jazz Hill scored 18 points and Jessica Henley had 17 and 11 rebounds Friday, leading J.I. Burton to a 65-54 victory against Sussex Central and its first Virginia High School League Group A, Division 1 girls state basketball championship.

  • NFL releases details of its proposal

    After 16 days of mediated talks, the NFL and the players' union could not reach agreement on a new labor deal. The NFL released what it described as a summary of its proposal to the union:

  • Suspended NFL agent Gary Wichard dies at 60

    Gary Wichard, the longtime NFL player agent who was suspended last year for his role in a recruiting scandal at North Carolina, died Friday. He was 60.

  • Union asks for more data to get CBA extension

    The head of the players' union says it would agree to a third extension of the collective bargaining agreement if the NFL provides 10 years of audited financial data.

  • Suspended agent Gary Wichard dies at 60

    Longtime NFL player agent Gary Wichard has died at 60.

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