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Three Michigan Coaches Make $1M Salary

The Wolverines have become the first football program to have three assistant coaches making $1 million per year, according to MLive and other outlets. Three Michigan football assistants are making $1 million per year Via www.pennlive.com It’s

NCAA Passes ‘Harbaugh Rule’

The rule passed by a 58-22 margin Friday morning at the Power Five conferences’ third annual autonomy session at the NCAA convention restricting vacation practice trips. The Big Ten voted 11-3 for the change. Power Five passes

MLB Hall of Fame Announced

Congratulations to Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez and Tim Raines, the newest members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Both selections were long overdue. Who won and lost on Hall of Fame election night? Via www.espn.com Cooperstown

Raiders File For Vegas Move

“Today, the Oakland Raiders submitted an application to relocate their franchise to Las Vegas, as is provided for under the NFL Policy and Procedures for Proposed Franchise Relocations,” the NFL said in a statement. Raiders file paperwork

Blue Jays Re-Sign Jose Bautista

Outfielder Jose Bautista is returning to the Toronto Blue Jays on a one-year guaranteed contract with two mutual option years, pending a physical. Jose Bautista to re-sign with Blue Jays with one-year deal Via www.usatoday.com Outfielder Jose Bautista is returning to

Royals Sign LHP for $65M/5 Years

The team announced a $65 million, five-year contract with Danny Duffy on Monday, ensuring he will remain with the Royals through the 2021 season.  Royals, Duffy agree to $65M, 5-year contract Via www.espn.com Perhaps the Royals and

Moving Companies Will Not Help Chargers

Ryan Charles, head of sales and marketing for www.HireAHelper.com, reached out to companies in his network urging them to turn down any potential opportunity to help a Chargers move.  Almost all agreed to not help the team move. San

Packers Beat Cowboys to Advance

The NFL’s hottest quarterback put the Green Bay Packers in position to advance to the NFC Championship and kicker Mason Crosby did the rest, booting a 51-yard field goal to beat the Dallas Cowboys 34-31 Sunday afternoon

Reports: Chargers Move to LA

The news broke Thursday that Chargers owner Dean Spanos has informed NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell he is moving the team to Los Angeles, which is pretty much dreadful news for Los Angeles. Chargers shouldn’t look for a

Dallas Cowboy Star in Car Accident

Ezekiel Elliott was driving a “huge black GMC truck” which rear-ended a black BMW. Police and Dallas Cowboys team security responded to the scene according to the report. Report says Zeke was involved in a ‘minor car

Jim Furyk Ryder Cup Captain

Jim Furyk was appointed Wednesday as the U.S. captain for the 2018 Ryder Cup in France, where his team will try to win on European soil for the first time in 25 years Ryder Cup committee gets

Giants to Odell: Grow Up!

Beckham had nearly as many drops as he had receptions as the Giants lost at  Green Bay Sunday. He reportedly punched a hole in a wall near the postgame interview room after the game.   Jerry Reese:

Clemson Last Minute TD Wins Title

Alabama had its streak snapped of 97 wins without a loss under coach  Nick Saban was leading by 10 points entering the fourth quarter. Saban lost in a championship game for the first time, falling to 5-1.

Steelers Look Super Over Miami

Armed with two of the best  players in football, a champion quarterback and coach and a ton of confidence, the Steelers are one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl. 3 reasons the Pittsburgh Steelers will

Packers Sink Giants

Aaron Rodgers finished 25-of-40 passing for 362 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions or turnovers. Cobb caught three TDs, tying Sterling Sharpe for the Packers club record. Mike McCarthy set tone for Green Bay Packers' turnaround Via

USC Gets Thrilling Win at Rose Bowl

After saving USC’s season, Sam Darnold delivers indelible Rose Bowl rally Via www.espn.com Penn State and USC provided enough thrilling moments to fill an entire season, but it was the Trojans who in the end reveled in