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Arizona Daily Star

Rays rough up former teammate Cobb in 8-4 win over Orioles

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Alex Cobb throws to the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, April 25, 2018, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Arizona Daily Star

La ofensiva de los Rays estalla contra Cobb y los Orioles

El abridor de los Orioles de Baltimore, Alex Cobb, trabaja en la primera entrada del juego ante los Rays de Tampa Bay el miércoles 25 de abril de 2018 en Baltimore. (AP Foto/Patrick Semansky)

Arizona Daily Star

After 3 Tommy John surgeries, Jonny Venters back in majors

Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Jonny Venters throws to the Baltimore Orioles during the sixth inning of a baseball game, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Block U

Utes in the NBA: Delon Wright and Jakob Poeltl help Raptors big in Game 5 of NBA Playoffs

I’m sure like many Utah fans, we all have a bit of a soft spot in our heart for the Toronto Raptors, since they drafted Delon Wright and Jakob Poeltl in back-to-back NBA Drafts, both in the first round. As is normal for most rookies, both Wright and Poeltl took a bit of time to adjust to the NBA and earn time in the rotation. Wright has also been slowed by injuries a little throughout his young career. Now in their 3rd (Wright) and 2nd (Poeltl) seasons with the Raptors, both are contributors in the NBA Playoffs, and both had a big impact on Game 5 of their first round series against the...

VU Hoops

Villanova Basketball 2018 Season Recap: Collin Gillespie

A look at “Arch 2.0,” Gillespie was once highly coveted at the Division II level. Now, he’s a national champion.   The Breakdown For a while, it seemed like Collin Gillespie was surely going to be a Division II-level basketball player. An ankle injury left him sidelined for most of the crucial pre-senior year July recruiting period. However, he finished his high school senior season strong with PIAA Class 5A Player of the Year honors, an eye-popping 42-point performance against future teammate Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree and Neumann-Goretti, and a Philadelphia Catholic League title and...

A Sea Of Blue

John Calipari has minor surgery

Coach Cal is sidelined after undergoing a minor procedure. John Calipari has been a busy man on the trail recently, but it looks like he’ll be sidelined for the upcoming weekend of recruiting. On Wednesday, Calipari tweeted out that he just underwent a minor surgery that will probably keep him away from the various AAU events this week. He also said he’s not yet looked at what the NCAA commission’s recommendation on fixing the sport. “I really haven’t had time to look at the commission’s recommendations yet,” said Calipari. “I had a minor surgery yesterday that’s going...

Plain Dealer

Doctor clears Billy Price to be ready for training camp after pectoral injury

Price suffered a partially torn pectoral muscle on March 1 and had surgery on March 6.

Canes Warning

Where is Miami Hurricanes RB Mark Walton Projected in NFL Draft?

Miami Hurricanes Running Back Mark Walton was headed towards a second straight All-ACC season when a lingering ankle injury required season-ending surgery in October. We will find out how the injury impacts his status in the NFL Draft this weekend. Walton enters the NFL Draft a year early after playing in just four games as […] Where is Miami Hurricanes RB Mark Walton Projected in NFL Draft? - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog

Arizona Daily Star

Pinal County woman on trail in partner's killing claims self-defense at trial

Kimberly Shelton was found outside the couple's home in Red Rock, about 30 miles northwest of Tucson. She died at a hospital.

Arizona Daily Star

Parents of sick British toddler to return to court

Tom Evans speaks to members of the media, outside Liverpool's Alder Hey Children's Hospital where his 23-month-old son, Alfie, has been at the centre of a life-support treatment fight, in Liverpool, England, Tuesday April 24, 2018. The European Court of…

The Champaign Room

Michael Finke transferring to Grand Canyon

The Illini forward announced his intent to transfer in March. Former Illinois forward Michael Finke announced his intent to transfer to Grand Canyon on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon. Excited to announce that after going through the recruiting process again, I will be attending… https://t.co/YaTSuQpJSU— Michael Finke (@Finke_Michael) April 25, 2018 Finke will be eligible immediately as a graduate transfer. Finke, 21, was limited to 28 games due to a concussion this past season. He averaged a career-high 9.8 points per game, but shot a career-low from three-point range (30.7...

Diehards

Oklahoma State won’t split into teams for spring game

Oklahoma State’s spring game won’t be much of a game, coach Mike Gundy says. Gundy met with the media on Wednesday. The coach said Oklahoma State’s injury situation won’t allow the Cowboys to split their roster into teams, per The Oklahoman’s Nathan Ruiz. Oklahoma State quarterback Keondre Wudtee is out with an injury. So, the […] The post Oklahoma State won’t split into teams for spring game appeared first on Diehards.

University of Memphis

Behind a first-team attitude, B.J. Ross is making progress

Former Tiger defensive back continues his rehab from 2016 shoulder injury.

The Salt Lake Tribune

Former Ute Kylie Fitts has intriguing NFL upside if he can shake injury bug

Utes fans may throw around the word “if” in a longing manner when talking about dynamic edge rusher Kylie Fitts. As in if he’d been able to stay on the field more, he’d been even more of a menace to opposing teams.

Diehards

Sports Illustrated: Will Grier helped his cause in spring practice

To be clear, nobody is challenging Will Grier for the starting quarterback job at West Virginia. The transfer quarterback was extremely productive in his first season at the helm of the Mountaineers. He threw for 3.490 yards and 38 touchdowns in 2017. A thumb injury cost him his final two games, and backup Chris Chugunov […] The post Sports Illustrated: Will Grier helped his cause in spring practice appeared first on Diehards.

Addicted To Quack

Quack Fix 4-25-18: Golf Fix

Oregon women’s golf finished in a tie for 8th at the Pac 12 tournament. The Ducks improved their team score each day of the tournament, finishing with their best round in the final round. Oregon men’s golf fell to 11th in the Pac 12 tournament after three rounds. The Ducks were 8th after two rounds but shot an 11 over third round to fall to 11th place. Steve Mims has a profile piece on senior former walk on linebacker Kaulana Apelu. The piece details his story from walk on to scholarship starter to season ending injury to return for the coming season.

Arizona Daily Star

Lluvia obliga a posponer el juego Rays-Orioles

BALTIMORE (AP) — El juego del martes, entre los Rays de Tampa Bay y los Orioles de Baltimore, fue pospuesto debido a que se pronosticaba lluvia intensa.

Journal & Courier

Purdue basketball 2019 target Mason Gillis of New Castle having surgery Friday

Purdue Boilermakers basketball 2019 target Mason Gillis said he will have surgery Friday to repair a small meniscus tear.         

And The Valley Shook

GAMETHREAD: LSU vs. Lamar, 6:30pm, SECN+

It’s not actually possible to have a week worse than getting swept by Tulane and a conference opponent. Hitting, pitching (both starting and relief), and defense all turned in sub-par performances last week that led to LSU being unranked in any poll for the first time since 2011. The only remotely good news over the past weekend was that, thanks to the mad house that is the SEC West, LSU is still, somehow, only 1 game back of the division lead. But that news feels more ominous than optimistic, as LSU enters the final month facing 4 formidable West division opponents. Between injuries and...

Bruins Nation

UCLA Football: NFL Draft Profile - Scott Quessenberry

After moving all over the line and battling back after surgery on both shoulders, the UCLA center is ready to move on. They say the center is the smartest guy on the football team. You have to have a really high football I.Q. in order to recognize defensive schemes, contribute to play calling, snap the ball, and then get your head up quick enough to protect your number one man from oncoming traffic. UCLA’s smartest man is now going to test his I.Q. at the next level. Scott Quessenberry finished his UCLA Bruins career with 44 starts at guard, tackle, and center. As a sophomore, he was...

Diehards

Texas Tech grad transfer Justin Murphy lands at UCLA

Justin Murphy retired from playing football with Texas Tech in 2016, but it appears the lineman has decided to give it another go with UCLA. Citing a series of knee injuries, Murphy announced that he was stepping away from the sport in 2016. He had started 13 games with the Red Raiders. However, he’s posted […] The post Texas Tech grad transfer Justin Murphy lands at UCLA appeared first on Diehards.

A Sea Of Blue

2018 Catspy Award Winners

Stephen Johnson was among those honored at the 2018 Catspy Awards. The 16th annual Catspy Awards were held Monday in Memorial Coliseum to recognize athletic and academic performances during the 2017-18 year in Kentucky Wildcats sports. 37 individuals were recognized, including former quarterback Stephen Johnson, who played through multiple injuries over the past two seasons while leading his team to consecutive bowl berths. Among the team award winners this year were the national championship UK rifle team, who won its second title under head coach Harry Mullins. Here is a recap of all...

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How UCLA’s Josh Rosen stacks up in the NFL draft QB class

Among the top quarterbacks in this draft, UCLA's Josh Rosen is celebrated for his pure arm talent, but may slide down draft boards due to injury concerns.

Diehards

Kansas State quarterback battle ‘dead even’ after spring camp

Kansas State used three quarterbacks over the course of last season due to injury. With two back, the starting competition is fierce. Sophomore Skylar Thompson and junior Alex Delton both fit the prototypical mold of a Kansas State quarterback. Both can run and pass the ball at a high level to keep defenses on their […] The post Kansas State quarterback battle ‘dead even’ after spring camp appeared first on Diehards.

Diehards

Dana Holgorsen: Offseason focus on developing new faces on offense

With Will Grier back in the fold, West Virginia has a veteran stability on offense few Big 12 teams can match. But this offseason, Dana Holgorsen’s focus is on developing new faces behind and around the star quarterback. Holgorsen saw his season go down in flames after an injury to Grier last season, and he […] The post Dana Holgorsen: Offseason focus on developing new faces on offense appeared first on Diehards.

SEC Country

Auburn football ‘expecting full recovery’ from Jordyn Peters, Jeremiah Dinson

MOBILE, Ala. — Following Auburn’s A-Day, Gus Malzahn was unsure of the severity of injuries suffered by a couple of the Tigers defensive backs. Since the spring scrimmage in Jordan-Hare Stadium, however, Jeremiah Dinson (shoulder) and Jordyn Peters (ankle) have jumped on the fast track to recovery, according to Kevin Steele, who spoke at an […] The post Auburn football ‘expecting full recovery’ from Jordyn Peters, Jeremiah Dinson appeared first on SEC Country.

Bruins Nation

UCLA Football: NFL Draft Profile - OT Kolton Miller

Could UCLA have two offensive players selected in the first round of the draft? Some analysts say, yes. Offensive lineman Kolton Miller moved from right to left tackle in his senior season, after missing most of his junior year with a foot injury. He played two years on the right, and moving to the left meant that it was up to him to protect UCLA’s bread and butter, Josh Rosen. 2017 was a good year for him, bringing him back to the form that earned him four stars coming out of high school, and his performance was also enough to get him second-team All-Pac-12 recognition. If you’re into...

Lear Family Tour

We were honored to host Navy hospital corpsman third class Kevin Lear and his wife Sarah. He recently re-enlisted, and she surprised him with a trip to Georgia Tech before he started a new tour of duty.

2016 Florida Gators vs LSU Football Highlights [HD]

Nobody gave the Gators a chance in this game. All the odds were against us: 11 starters out with injuries, no home field advantage, and the pressure of making it to Atlanta two years in a row. It all came down to a goal line stand for the ages with three