2016 Summer Olympics in Rio
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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 […]

Penn State’s Barkley ‘Trying to Dominate This Combine’

By Jon Sauber | @JonSauber

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS – Saquon Barkley is no stranger to turning around a football team. At Penn State, he was the face of the team that brought the Nittany Lions back into national relevance in the past two seasons.

Of course, if you ask Barkley, he’ll deny that […]

Weekly Roundup: February 20 – February 26

Pat Forde and Pete Thamel (@YahooForde, @PeteThamel) of Yahoo Sports expose several potential NCAA violations that include several big name college basketball players.

Mark Kiszla (@MarkKiszla) of The Denver Post writes about Tim Fletcher and how he’s enjoying the Olympics with his sons as he battles ALS.

Mark Schlabach (@Mark_Schlabach) of ESPN details how an […]

No. 10 Minnesota advances to quarterfinal

By Cynthia Maldonado Perez | @CDMP427

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS – The tenth-seeded Minnesota Golden Gophers (15-15) advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament for the first time since 2015 after defeating No. 7 Penn State, 70-64, on Thursday night. They will go on to face No. 2 Maryland on Friday at […]

Weekly Roundup: February 7-February 13

Tim Layden reminisces about an old coach (who cut him) who also happened to teach Gregg Popovich.

News came out on Monday that one of Jerry Sandusky’s sons was accused of child sexual abuse and maligned Baltimore Ravens broadcaster Gerry Sandusky was once again inundated with misdirected social media posts.

Charles Oakley was removed from […]