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Court reinstates late Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction

The Supreme Judicial Court unanimously found that the legal rule that erased Hernandez’s conviction is “outdated and no longer consonant with the circumstances of contemporary life.” Read More

Jaguars officially agree to terms with QB Nick Foles

After repeatedly failing to find a franchise quarterback in the NFL draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars turned to free agency. The Jaguars officially agreed to terms with Nick Foles on the first day of free agency, two days after the sides settled on contract terms. Read More

Giants send Odell Beckham Jr. to Browns in rare blockbuster move

In a stunning, audacious move, the New York Giants today traded wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., the team’s most popular and talented player, to the Cleveland Browns for safety Jabrill Peppers and the Browns’ first- and third-round choices in next month’s college draft. Read More

Lower-profile sports at center of admissions cheating scandal

They are sports that bring in little in the way of money or notoriety or attention compared with the behemoths, football and basketball. Read More

Bribery scandal exposes sports side door to admissions

The latest scandal to taint college athletics hit sports far from the spotlight and exposed a seamy side door into some of the nation’s elite universities: coaches taking bribes to recruit non-athletes and help them ease past tough admissions policies. Read More

UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton remains in running for prestigious Sullivan Award

As his rehabilitation continues, the UCF quarterback’s name has been associated with arguably the most prestigious award given in the United States to an amateur athlete. Read More
 

George Foreman’s daughter died by suicide, autopsy finds

A Texas medical examiner confirms that Freeda George Foreman, the daughter of former heavyweight champion George Foreman, died by suicide. Read More
 

Michelle Wie announces engagement on Instagram

The post pictured West, the son of NBA Hall of Famer Jerry West, on one knee presumably proposing to her on what were identified as the Lyon Street Steps in San Francisco. Read More

University of Hawaii’s Jack Purchase named Big West 2nd team

Jack Purchase, who became the most prolific 3-point shooter in University of Hawaii men’s basketball history, was named to the All-Big West second team today. Read More

Kyle Busch nears milestone 200th NASCAR victory

With Kyle Busch one win away from his 200th NASCAR win following his weekend sweep of the Xfinity and Cup series races at ISM Raceway, his 78-year-old owner is ready to group him with the elites. Read More
 

Hawaii basketball’s Tia Kanoa named to women’s All-Big West 2nd team

Point guard Tia Kanoa of the Hawaii women’s basketball team was named to the All-Big West second team today. Read More

U.S. Olympic cyclist Kelly Catlin, 23, found dead at home

Olympic track cyclist Kelly Catlin, who helped the U.S. women’s pursuit team win the silver medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, died Friday at her home in California. She was 23. Read More

Oregon baseball rallies past Hawaii in ninth

The Oregon baseball team rallied for three runs in the ninth to overtake Hawaii 8-7 today at Les Murakami Stadium. Read More

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