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Zach Hoffpauir, an outstanding Stanford football and baseball player, dies at the age of 26

Zach Hoffpauir, a Stanford two-sport athlete recognized as collateral for the Pac 12 and drafted by Arizona Diamondbacks during his college career, died on Thursday at the age of 26. Hoffpauir’s father Doug confirmed his son’s death to the Republic of Arizona, but gave no reason. The medical examiner database from Maricopa County, Arizona contained Hoffpauir, but a report was …

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Pac-12, Mountain West, in danger of being left behind when college football plays again in 2020

Wicker called on Tuesday afternoon. What the board of trustees of California State Universities had just announced was getting him ready. The chancellor of the CSU system announced that his 23 universities would go online almost exclusively in the fall. Almost no students in classrooms. These 23 schools include the state of San Diego, where Wicker has been sports director …

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Pac-12 football coaches start in uniform at the beginning of the season

When Pac-12 soccer coaches launched the NCAA-prescribed uniform start to the season, some of California’s recent plans to fight coronavirus confused the way college teams would play in the West again. Washington coach Jimmy Lake said in a video conference with reporters Tuesday that he would prefer all large college teams to be prepared for the season for six weeks …

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Quarterback Haarberg praises Nebraska’s recruitment style and chooses Huskers from football through Boston College

He ultimately chose Nebraska over the Boston College finalist. “The new Boston College coaching team recruited me very hard,” said Haarberg of Jeff Hafley’s crew. “They have some really good things ahead of them and I think they will build a great program. But I just can’t see myself in Boston.” Heinrich Haarberg, the son of Nebraska’s former full-back, Rod …

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Who benefits from Jim Harbaugh’s proposal? Michigan football

SHUT DOWN Michigan Wolverines football coach Jim Harbaugh speaks to the media after losing to Alabama at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando on January 1, 2020. Detroit Free Press The last pictures of the 2019 season in Michigan were gruesome. Snapshots of JK Dobbins racing through holes when he scored four touchdowns to lead the state of Ohio to a …

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What happened to these former Liverpool Football Manager prodigies? From Kristian Nemeth to Samed Yesil

When it comes to Football Manager Wonderkids, Liverpool has been blessed with some of these extremely talented youngsters over the years, and this has continued in the latest edition. In Football Manager 2020, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Rhian Brewster, Ki-Jana Hoever and Curtis Jones are among the club’s most talented young players, all of whom have the potential to be world class. …

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NFL wants college football to continue (but if not, the games would likely be postponed to Saturdays)

Getty Images The NFL does indeed discuss the possibility of playing games on Saturdays if college football doesn’t continue from September to December. However, according to a source with direct knowledge of the PFT discussions, it is the league’s strong preference that college football take place as planned. No college football season or late season (a February to May scenario …

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KU, Mizzou Football announces renewed Border Showdown series

KU, Mizzou Football announces renewed Border Showdown series Updated: 1:49 p.m. CDT May 2, 2020 One of the oldest college football rivalries is renewed as Kansas and Missouri have agreed to a four-game series from 2025. The rivalry between Border Showdown is currently the fourth longest in the FBS and dates back to 1891. “This agreement renews a We believe …

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Women’s football thrown claim to unequal pay, travel can argue

A federal judge dismissed the inequality of wages for players in the U.S. women’s national soccer team, but left the allegation of discriminatory travel accommodations and medical support services in court. Players led by Alex Morgan claim that they were not paid the same amount as the men’s national team under their employment contract, and claimed compensation under the Equal …

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