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Notre Dame QB Golson to start vs. Rice

Posted On August 13, 2014

South Bend, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly is still days away from knowing what his first-team offense might look like when the Irish open their season on Aug. 30, but he has made at least one decision. "Everett Golson will be our starter against Rice," Kelly said after practice on Wednesday.Golson returns…

Suns Reject Pacers’ Trade Offer

Posted On August 12, 2014

(Phoenix, AZ) -- The Phoenix Suns rejected a trade that would have sent point guard Goran Dragic to the Indiana Pacers. The Suns would have received center Roy Hibbert, forward Chris Copeland and cash considerations in exchange for the reigning Most Improved Player of the Year. Dragic scored a career-high 20.3 points and dished out 5.9…

James Wants To Help Richardson

Posted On August 11, 2014

(Anderson, IN) -- Former Colts running back Edgerrin James was in attendance in Anderson on Saturday. He plans to help mentor fellow back Trent Richardson. Richardson struggled with the Colts last season after coming over from the Browns via trade. The former first round pick played 14 games for Indy, rushing for 458 yards and…

No Charges Pending After Tony Stewart Hits, Kills Dirt-Track Driver

Posted On August 10, 2014

(Canandaigua, NY) -- Authorities in New York say there's no evidence of criminal intent following last night's fatal accident at a New York race track involving NASCAR champion Tony Stewart. Fellow driver Kevin Ward Junior was struck and killed by Stewart's car as he walked on the dirt track. Ward had just crashed and was…

NCAA President Plans To Appeal Student Pay

Posted On August 10, 2014

(Undated) -- The NCAA plans to appeal sections of a federal judge's ruling to allow student athletes to be paid. The sweeping college sports ruling is raising debates about anti-trust violations. Speaking on ABC's "This Week," NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert says there is a lot in the decision he disagrees with, but the NCAA's…