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Five players and three fans were ejected from Thursday night’s game

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North Carolina State University (NCSU) play-by-play announcer Gary Hahn has been suspended indefinitely for racist comments he made while calling the Duke’s Mayo Bowl.

Hahn has called men’s basketball and football games for the university since 1991.

“And amongst all the illegal aliens down in El Paso,” Hahn said. “It’s UCLA, 14, and Pittsburgh, six. That’s with 11:15 to go in the second quarter. Let’s go to the sidelines, Tony Haynes.”

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BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony indoor track team returned to Union College for its second meet of the season on Saturday. Freshman Ella Palisano had another impressive day.

Palisano once again won the high jump, finishing with a mark of 5 feet, adding 2 inches from her score last week. She also placed fifth in the 50 meter hurdles, crossing the finish line in 9.42 seconds, and fourth in the 45 meter dash at 6.35

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Esteemed Bottom 25 readers, it is that time of year again. The time when the worst of the worst gather around the most torn-up, unsuitable-for-play football fields in the country to participate in a playoff and determine the one true champion in college football: The Bottom 25 champion.

Twelve teams comprise this year’s playoff field, but only one can emerge from the bottom of the scrum with the crown. Who will it be? We’ll get

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Ohio State is building a strong case to be ranked as the best team in the country. After a dominant win against Wisconsin in Week 4, the Buckeyes have now jumped ahead of Alabama for No. 2 in the CBS Sports 131, our comprehensive ranking of every FBS college football team. 

We’ve released just five editions of the CBS Sports 131 this season, and this latest update marks the fourth different combination for the top

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North Carolina chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and athletic director Bubba Cunningham stand for the National Anthem prior to the Tar Heels’ game against Western Carolina on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C.

North Carolina chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and athletic director Bubba Cunningham stand for the National Anthem prior to the Tar Heels’ game against Western Carolina on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C.

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The text message conversation began on the afternoon of June 30 the way countless others around the country did, with two people with an interest in college athletics commiserating about the news of the day. They

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Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (hope sold separately in Boulder, and currently unavailable due to supply-chain issues):

First Quarter

The Temptation of the Winning Scammer

Fox Sports’s Big Noon Kickoff show played to the Nebraska crowd Saturday, and the crowd played to the show. Host Rob Stone asked the red horde of fans the leading question, “Anybody out there want Urban Meyer (1) to be their head coach?” They

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Week 3 of the 2022 college football season is well underway, and there are more than a few compelling matchups remaining on Saturday that headline what could be another wild week of action. On CBS, No. 22 Penn State will become the first Big Ten team to play Auburn in Jordan-Hare Stadium when the two tee it up on Saturday afternoon. This Big Ten vs. SEC showdown sees the Tigers looking for revenge at home

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The schedule in Week 2 almost always looks less exciting going in than the results we see on the field, and this year was no different as three top-10 teams all lost on the same day and the presumed best team in the country was taken to the wire on the road as a 20-point favorite. But now that all the dust has settled, the picture at the top looks clearer than ever — and

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RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Eight individuals will be elected to the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022, and two outstanding teams have been selected for special recognition. The 43rd annual induction ceremony and dinner will take place on Saturday, Nov. 12.
 
This year’s honorees are: 

  • Jeanine Hanratty ’95 (volleyball) 
  • John Kennelly ’78 (tennis) 
  • Malin Marmbrandt (Otterling) ’10 (women’s track and field) 
  • Dan Mecca (head coach, men’s and women’s
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