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Jack Pugh — ranked a four-star recruit by 247Sports and ESPN and a three-star prospect by Rivals — is considered among the top 12 of tight ends in his class.
Growing up, Aaron Witt was never seen as the one destined to play Division I college football. He was bound to do anything to change that.
The former NU assistant underwent a heart transplant last year. The last few days, he's thought a lot about his donor and the donor's family.
Zac Alley added plenty of responsibility when he was named co-special teams coordinator this spring. But there’s one unit he won’t be touching.
Former Penn State football player Connor McGovern missed the entire 2019 NFL season with the Cowboys after an injury. Now, he's eager to return to action.
In three seasons at Wisconsin, Josh Seltzner has accomplished every goal he's set for himself — all that’s left is to not only become a starter, but stay a starter.
Instead of wrapping up their season together inside the MU’s new esports training facility, players competed individually, away from their usual surroundings.
Packers coaches are optimistic they will be able to advance the offense in a meaningful way despite the circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
NU athletic director Bill Moos knows he and his staff will be judged on how they handle their business during the pandemic. So far, so good.
Teddy Prochazka and Henry Lutovsky are NU's two longest-tenured 2021 commits, and they've found their own unique ways of competing this spring.
A new policy enables owners of Wildcat football and basketball season plans to skip the upcoming campaigns but keep their spots; capacity at Arizona Stadium and McKale Center is expected to be limited anyway.
Packers' defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said the team's run defense must rebound and learn from what went wrong without experiencing a hangover from it.
Our Wisconsin State Journal team offers a closer look at the athletes that have committed to playing football at the University of Wisconsin beginning in the 2021 season.
Our Wisconsin State Journal team offers a closer look at the athletes that have committed to playing football at the University of Wisconsin beginning in the 2020 season.
After bouncing back from a down year with a 10-4 campaign and a Rose Bowl appearance, the University of Wisconsin football team finds itself in an interesting position on offense.
Replacing talented players is one thing, but the University of Wisconsin football team’s defense has to replace leadership and elite production from two departing seniors next season.
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team officially announced its 2020 recruiting class Wednesday during its win over McNeese State at the Kohl Center.
The latest in Nebraska football recruiting includes a look at the Huskers' virtual presentation through the eyes of a California lineman.
Moos said Nebraska's plan for bringing student-athletes back to campus is detailed and thorough enough that the Big Ten requested that it be shared with other schools in the conference.
School officials confirmed to the Journal Star on Friday that construction on the massive facility, which is set to rise on the current Ed Weir Track, will not begin in June as scheduled.
AUBURN — Cam Newton is still looking for a new home in the NFL, but his younger brother, Caylin Newton, has found his in college.
The University of Alabama athletics department now knows which direction it is headed in terms of a return of sports competition in the fall, but several specifics remain to be answered along the journey.
COVID-19 has impacted athletic departments and their budgets nationwide, with some even slashing certain sports. Could things get that dire for Missouri's flagship university?
Sterk told the Missourian Thursday that the impacts of the moratorium lift include positive steps for moving forward with the return of athletes to campus.
The SEC voted to allow workouts supervised by strength and conditioning personnel starting June 8 after the NCAA lifted a moratorium for football and basketball on Wednesday.
On his monthly radio show Wednesday, Barry Alvarez said the Badgers football team can be flexible in preparations for a 2020 season loaded with uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among the drawbacks of the Packers' virtual offseason: Aaron Rodgers and LaFleur haven't been able to make adjustments to the team's offensive language.
BOISE — There won’t be a mad dash to the Boise State football facility on June 1, the day the NCAA ruled earlier this week that teams can begin voluntary workouts.
The 17-time national champions will host Arizona at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa on Sept. 4, 2032. Arizona will host the Crimson Tide in Tucson on Sept. 3, 2033.
LINCOLN — In mid-March, as nationwide lockdowns went into effect to stop the spread of the coronavirus, recruiting analysts knew what was coming: Lots and lots of commitments, even from prospects who hadn’t seen the schools they were about to embrace.
Nebraska received a transfer on Wednesday when South Dakota receiver Levi Falck announced on Twitter he will continue his career at NU. He’ll presumably be a walk-on for the Huskers.
Released by the Packers on the eve of training camp last year, Mike Daniels was limited by injuries last season with the Lions.
The vote allows college football players and other student athletes to return to voluntary on-campus workouts as soon as June 1.
The Division I Council voted Wednesday to allow the workouts starting June 1, ending a moratorium on athletic activities in those sports.
For the second time in as many weeks, Nebraska is adding a graduate transfer as a walk-on. South Dakota wide receiver Levi Falck is coming to Lincoln.
Celebrate the podcast's sesquicentennial with reactions to the NCAA's vote, a forecast of how June could look and "The Last Dance" thoughts.
AUBURN — Legendary Auburn football coach Pat Dye recently tested positive for COVID-19 and has since been hospitalized due to ongoing kidney problems, according to an email sent to members of the Toccoa United Methodist Church in Toccoa, Ga.
Work on the ongoing Bryant-Denny Stadium construction project at the University of Alabama was briefly suspended last weekend after an undisclosed number of workers had positive tests for COVID-19. Work resumed Monday, according to the project’s chief contractor, the Montgomery-based Caddell Construction Company.
AUBURN — Redshirt freshman Auburn football player Jashawn Sheffield has been suspended indefinitely following a pair of arrests in Georgia, a team spokesman confirmed to the Montgomery Advertiser.