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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 […]

Weekly Roundup: May 2 – May 8

Dave Sheinin (@DaveSheinin) of The Washington Post details how Hall of Fame pitcher Palmer dove into his family history to see if he was a Kennedy.

Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) of The San Francisco Chronicle details how Stephen Piscotty helped his mother cope with her ALS before she passed.

Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated explains how […]

Weekly Roundup: March 27 – April 9

Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) explains how two former colleagues came together again at the 2018 Men’s Final Four.

Greg Cote (@GregCote) of the Miami Herald details Dave Shula’s journey back back to the sidelines after 21 years away from them.

Tim Layden (@SITimLayden) of Sports Illustrated explains why Tiger Woods wasn’t ready to win the Masters […]

After His Detour, Redfield Still Working Toward His NFL Career

By Max Moorman | @22Moorman

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS – The redemption of Max Redfield continued here at the National Football League Scouting Combine. A path to an impressive spot in the NFL draft was once expected for Redfield before a series of legal issues and his dismissal from Notre Dame raised serious questions […]

Washington’s Vita Vea Hopes to Break Barriers With His…Speed?

By Max Moorman | @22Moorman

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS — When you think of a nose tackle, you don’t usually think of a sub-five-second 40-yard dash. But Vita Vea of the University of Washington, the Pacific-12 Conference Defensive Player of the Year, might just be the one to do it. Vea, at 6 feet, […]