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Updated 2 hours ago
Meyer, James share Ohio pride
CHICAGO — Urban Meyer thought he had found the next great Notre Dame receiver.

Updated 9 hours ago
UT’s Larimer Center gets a facelift
Looking at the University of Toledo’s Larimer Athletic Complex, home to the Rockets’ football program, the exterior of the rectangular-shaped building hasn’t changed much since it was built in 1990.

Updated 18 hours ago
UT upgrades Larimer Athletic Complex
The $5 million renovation of the University of Toledo’s Larimer Athletic Complex is near completion.

Updated 20 hours ago
QB, coordinator unity crucial for Michigan
CHICAGO — At the Manning Passing Academy earlier this month, Devin Gardner barked orders to the budding quarterbacks who surrounded him. The pace of his speech got faster, and he expected the campers he worked with to know exactly what he was saying.

Updated 22 hours ago
New members adjust to Big Ten
CHICAGO — The Big Ten Conference got a little bigger over the summer, with the addition of Rutgers and Maryland. But it wasn’t just the Big Ten that had to do some rearranging. Maryland coach Randy Edsall and Rutgers coach Kyle Flood each have to do some housekeeping of their own when it comes to making the move to a

Updated 22 hours ago
Buckeyes motivated by last year’s end
CHICAGO — It was a smudge on the Mona Lisa, a patch of weeds on the White House lawn, a losing streak after a school-record stretch of wins.

7/29/2014 12:00 AM
Big 10 Media Days continue
■ Buckeyes motivated by last year’s end It was a smudge on the Mona Lisa, a patch of weeds on the White House lawn, a losing streak after a school-record stretch of wins.

7/29/2014 12:00 AM
UM trying to shield Peppers from scrutiny
CHICAGO — The most mentioned Michigan football player at the Big Ten media day wasn’t in the building. He probably wasn’t even in the state of Illinois.

7/29/2014 9:13 AM
NCAA settles head injury lawsuit
CHICAGO — The NCAA agreed today to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.

7/29/2014 12:00 AM
Big Ten supports greater autonomy for power leagues
CHICAGO — A week after Big 12 Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby sent out a warning call regarding cheating in Division I college sports, Bowlsby’s Big Ten counterpart also addressed the topic Monday.