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Court documents show EA Sports wanted to use players’ names and likenesses in its video games.
Ohio State strength coach Mickey Marotti lays out his priorities for the Buckeyes in the offseason. Meanwhile, Urban Meyer’s wife, Shelly, offers a tour of their Ohio home, which includes a Key West room, and she talks about Urban’s long-term future.
Penn State coach James Franklin and his staff have a history of success in developing defensive backs.
Jake Ryan’s position switch has him reunited with Greg Mattison, and it feels so good. More news and notes from Brady Hoke, including an explanation on the position changes, as Michigan opens spring practice.
Rutgers is getting all techy in how it communicates with football prospects.
Nebraska is stuck in neutral as a football program and must re-examine its standard for success, writes Sports On Earth. And former running back Cory Ross has fond memories of his time ex-Nebraska coach Bill Callahan.
Jerry Kill’s new contract shines light on his aw-shucks persona.
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