Former NFL wide receiver Mark Ingram Sr. could be sent back to federal prison after a parole-violation hearing on May 22. Original link
Former NFL wide receiver Mark Ingram Sr. could be sent back to federal prison after a parole-violation hearing on May 22. Original link
Kerryon Johnson, Calvin Ridley and Ito Smith are scheduled to attend the 24th annual NFLPA Rookie Premiere this week in Los Angeles. Original link
A new number, less rigid dress rules and a wider range of positions are some of the things that greeted former Alabama standout Calvin Ridley at his first NFL practice. Original link
By Walter Villa | May 17, 2018 Special to espnW Courtesy the Gusters family With a knack for finding the bottom of the basket, Hannah Gusters will try out for the USA Basketball U17 team later this month. The guards were guarded. Deja Kelly , a University of Texas recruit, wasn't open. Sarah Andrews , the No. 4 prospect in the espnW Terrific 25 for
Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images The college football world has been abuzz since Jalen Hurts was benched in the national title game, sat in favor of true freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who looked like the superior passer in that game by far. The future of Hurts at Alabama not surprisingly as a result has become uncertain. As it stands, there has not
Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports Someday Nick Saban will no longer be the coach at Alabama, and many have already talked about Clemson’s Dabo Swinney succeeding him in Tuscaloosa. Swinney knows the talk is out there, but he’s not particularly eager to entertain it. In fact, the one-time Crimson Tide assistant did not sound like a guy eager to leave a suc
By Rhiannon Potkey | May 16, 2018 Special to espnW Alison P. McNabb/Tennessee Athletics Tennessee sophomore Chelsea Seggern, pictured batting, has combined with senior Meghan Gregg for 129 RBIs this season. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- They had attended several combines to scout potential players. But riding in a combine? That was a completely new recruitin
Frost, the reigning Coach of the Year, would like to see the playoff field expand. Butch Dill-USA TODAY Sports Scott Frost knows firsthand just how tough the College Football Playoff can be to teams outside the Power 5 conferences. Last season he was the head coach at UCF, which got left out of the playoff despite being unbeaten. They proved how go
McElroy, to no surprise, thinks highly of his alma mater versus the upstarts. Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy threw more cold water on the UCF party. The SEC Network analyst was on ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM on Monday and talked about UCF, which is still celebrating their “national championship” for going 13-0 desp