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The hoaxster's lawyer said, "It was a person with a troubled existence trying to reach out and communicate and have a relationship."
After last night's Louisville-Rutgers "muddled" matchup, it's time for the Big East to get out of football and return to its roots: basketball.
Rutgers would officially be a part of the conference in 2014.
One person Tweeted, "The NCAA should fine themselves because they just raped about 200,000 people #PSU"
Scholarships are also restricted and the school will be on five-year probation.
"This whole idea of a student-athlete to me is something of a joke," Bissinger tells us in this wide-ranging interview.
"It's one of the greatest sports venues that there is, and to get a chance to play a football game in it will be a lifetime's worth of memories for our football team."
Eric LeGrand's inspiring return to the football field was an overwhelming favorite moment.
"We’re not blaming anybody," the mother of the woman killed in a tailgating tragedy at this weekend's annual Yale-Harvard game says.
Police confirmed today that the driver of the U-Haul, Yale student Brandon J. Ross, passed a standard Field Sobriety Test at the scene.
According to police, a 30-year-old Massachusetts woman was killed in the accident just after 10 a.m. this morning in a parking lot at Yale. Update: Watch video of the aftermath of the accident below.
Last night, Notre Dame and Army renewed their historic college football rivalry
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