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Todd Graham praises ASU students camping out for tickets
An update regarding the investigation of FSU quarterback Jameis Winston for sexual assault.
Tom Pelissero, of USA Today Sports, discusses the biggest stories iheading into Week 14 of the NFL.
Florida State star quarterback Jameis Winston will learn Thursday whether he will be charged with sexual battery in the alleged rape of a fellow student.
They have faced family disapproval and a lack of resources, but a group of Lebanese women have created the country's first female league for futsal, the faster, five-a-side variety of football.
Lindsey Vonn hits the slops for the first time since her injury. Whether she will race this weekend or not is up in the air.
It will be Tiger vs. Tiger on Saturday at the Georgia Dome. Mizzou versus Auburn for the SEC title. And what a difference a year makes. In 2012, Mizzou went 2-6 in conference play, while Auburn finished 0-8.
The work week is underway for the Rams. They started their preps Wednesday for the Arizona Cardinals. One of the things to work on, this week in practice is holding onto the football.