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Michigan State eliminates Northwestern, 68-52, to advance in Big Ten Tournament

By DeSherion McBroom | @dvo_maximus

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS — Michigan State used a 16-0 run, with six players contributing, to advance to a quarterfinal of the Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament with a 68-52 victory over Northwestern on Thursday afternoon.

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Defensive line candidates include Outland Trophy Winners

By Kris Norton | @CKrisNorton

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS — If a National Football League team’s primary concern is having a premier quarterback, its secondary need is chasing down the opponent’s signal caller. With average NFL scoring at an all-time high, defensive talent is needed now more than ever.

Of the 32 players that […]

Weekly Roundup: May 9 – May 21

Matt Fortuna (@Matt_Fortuna) of The Athletic takes a deep dive into Penn State starting quarterback Trace McSorley and how he reached this point in his career.

Tony Barnhart (@MrCFB) of TMG College Sports remembers former SEC Commissioner Mike Slive and his impact in the SEC and away from it.

Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) of The Athletic […]

Investigative Reporter Lavigne Discusses Sexual Assault Scandals

By Jon Sauber

Sports Capital Journalism Program

“You see people in positions of power who think this isn’t a big deal because there are people who think you’re only hurt if you’re pulled off the street and violently raped in the bushes,” ESPN investigative reporter Paula Lavigne said to Pam Laucella’s graduate class at IUPUI […]

Weekly Roundup: January 23 – January 29

Lee Jenkins (@SI_LeeJenkins) of Sports Illustrated details how Chris Paul is trying to make his time in Houston similar to his time in New Orleans.

Kent Babb (@KentBabb) of the Washington Post explains how Bill Belichick’s downfall in Cleveland led to the birth of the Patriots’ dynasty.

Paula Lavigne and Nicole Noren (@pinepaula and @Nicole_Noren) of ESPN […]