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Published 4 hours ago
Legendary football coach Spurrier resigns
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Steve Spurrier knew it was time. South Carolina was struggling and the gregarious and once innovative coach was a big reason why. Always one to do things his way, Spurrier believed he needed to step aside, and no one was going to change his mind.

Updated 7 hours ago
Maryland coach’s slide started by BG
BOWLING GREEN — Maryland fired football coach Randy Edsall on Sunday, and Maryland athletics director Kevin Anderson said the Bowling Green State University football team played a role in Edsall’s dismissal.

Updated 7 hours ago
Report released in ex-UM player's felony case
ANN ARBOR — Logan Tuley-Tillman, a former offensive lineman on the Michigan football team, allegedly videotaped himself having sexual intercourse with a student and distributed it through his cellular phone, according to an Ann Arbor Police Department report obtained today by The Blade through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Updated 10 hours ago
Rockets wary of improved Eastern Michigan
The University of Toledo and Eastern Michigan are in the same conference but different worlds.

Updated 13 hours ago
McCown quieting calls for Manziel
CLEVELAND — Those booming shouts for Johnny Manziel have quieted to a murmur.

Updated 13 hours ago
Buckeyes find balance
COLUMBUS — A two-quarterback system with a setup man and a closer. 

Updated 13 hours ago
Harbaugh not hyping UM-MSU rivalry’s significance
ANN ARBOR — If Jim Harbaugh is placing any additional weight onto the importance of the Michigan football team’s rivalry with Michigan State, he’s not letting onto it.

Published 20 hours ago
Lake Erie’s perch more than a fall phenomenon
PORT CLINTON — It was a breezy and sunny fall day on Lake Erie recently, which served up a light chop for the hundreds of boats that speckled the water from just beyond the shoreline to the edges of the horizon.

Published 20 hours ago
Wolverines’ revival now on fast track
ANN ARBOR — Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was listening to a question about how all the experts are suggesting that the Wolverines’ football renaissance is ahead of schedule.

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