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SI.com - NCAA Football 

O'Bannon v. NCAA: Do Division I schools make or lose money on sports?

Do schools make money on sports? That question kicked off the last week of O'Bannon v. NCAA.

Sports 

ESPN Delves Into Michael Sam's Showering Routine

Everyone who thought that Tony Dungy's statements about Michael Sam would be the last we'd have to hear about the NFL linebacker's private life can thank ESPN for reopening that door. Josina Anderson reported yesterday on how the NFL's first openly gay player was getting along with his new teammates...

Yahoo! Sports - NBA News 

Clippers sign Doc Rivers to 5-year extension (Yahoo Sports)

Doc Rivers is staying with the Los Angeles Clippers for another five years. In Steve Ballmer's first big move since taking over as the new owner, he gave Rivers a contract extension through the 2018-19 season. Rivers was a stabilizing force for the franchise during the upheaval created by former owner Donald Sterling's racist remarks that led to his ouster after 33 years of ownership. ''Not only

Kentucky.com - Equestrian News 

Lexington loses bid to Canada to host 2018 World Equestrian Games

The 2018 World Equestrian Games won't be held in Lexington, which hosted the 2010 edition of the event. Kentucky lost its bid for the Games, which are to be held…Click to Continue »

Smumustangs - Equestrian News 

King Wins Adult Section At CPHA Blenheim Summer Classic

Over the weekend, SMU sophomore-to-be Leina King was awarded the medal for the adult section of the California Professional Horsemen's Association (CPHA) Blenheim EquiSports at the Blenheim Summer Classic.

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