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  • Hyperthermia is likely cause in Kent State athlete's death, coroner says

    Hyperthermia is likely cause in Kent State athlete's death, coroner says

    An Ohio county coroner says hyperthermia is the likely cause of death of a Kent State University football player who died following a morning workout. The Portage County coroner says an autopsy indicates hyperthermia is the preliminary reason Tyler Heintz died Tuesday morning. Hyperthermia occurs...

  • Kent State football player dies after a team workout

    Kent State football player dies after a team workout

    Kent State freshman offensive lineman Tyler Heintz died Tuesday following a team conditioning drill, the school said in a statement. The cause of death has yet to be determined. “Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with Tyler’s family and friends, as well as Coach [Paul] Haynes and the team,...

  • Oklahoma's Bob Stoops steps down after 18 seasons as head football coach

    Oklahoma's Bob Stoops steps down after 18 seasons as head football coach

    Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops will retire Wednesday after 18 seasons, according to a report in the Oklahoman newspaper. Stoops will be replaced by offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley. Stoops went 190–48 at Oklahoma, winning the national title once and the Big 12 championship 10 times. Stoops,...

  • College notes: Michigan State players charged

    College notes: Michigan State players charged

    Three Michigan State football players were charged with criminal sexual conduct after a woman said she was raped and forced to perform oral sex in the bathroom of an on-campus apartment during a party in January. Josh King, 19, was charged with first- and third-degree criminal sexual conduct and...

  • Statue of Jackie Robinson will be installed at the Rose Bowl this fall

    Statue of Jackie Robinson will be installed at the Rose Bowl this fall

    Jackie Robinson will have a permanent home at the Rose Bowl. A commemorative statue honoring the trailblazing sports icon will be installed this fall outside the main gate of the historic venue, according to Legacy Connections, the private nonprofit fundraising arm of the Rose Bowl Stadium. The...

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  • Jack McBean scores twice, Galaxy beat Rapids, 3-1

    Jack McBean scores twice, Galaxy beat Rapids, 3-1

    Jack McBean scored two goals to double his career total and the LA Galaxy beat the Colorado Rapids 3-1 on Wednesday night. McBean gave the Galaxy (6-5-4) a 2-1 lead in the 63rd minute, streaking down the center of the box, taking a centering pass from Joao Pedro and hammering a shot past goalkeeper...

  • Curt Onalfo may have saved Galaxy's season — and his job — with one substitution

    Curt Onalfo may have saved Galaxy's season — and his job — with one substitution

    Curt Onalfo wasn’t even nine games into his stint as the Galaxy’s new coach, yet it looked as if he was already headed toward the exit. His team hadn’t won in a month. Two weeks earlier a pair of players had refused to shake his hand after being subbed off. And now, with the Galaxy down by two...

  • Galaxy pull off tie with Houston with little to spare

    Galaxy pull off tie with Houston with little to spare

    The stoppable object met the movable force Saturday at the StubHub Center. So it was fitting the Galaxy and Houston Dynamo played to a 2-2 tie. Mauro Manolas and Alberth Elis scored for Houston while the Galaxy got scores from Emanuel Boateng and Romain Alessandrini, the second coming four minutes...

  • A.J. DeLaGarza's homecoming gives ex-Galaxy star a chance for closure

    A.J. DeLaGarza's homecoming gives ex-Galaxy star a chance for closure

    A.J. DeLaGarza insists he doesn’t hold any grudges. But you would understand if he did. After eight seasons and 204 games played with the Galaxy, the team reneged on assurances not to trade DeLaGarza in January, abruptly selling him to the Houston Dynamo for allocation money just a week before...

  • Russia provides a poor setting for a celebration of sport

    Russia provides a poor setting for a celebration of sport

    The Confederations Cup, the quadrennial dress rehearsal for soccer’s World Cup, opened Saturday in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s hometown of St. Petersburg. It’s not a milestone many find worth celebrating. The start of the two-week, eight-nation tournament is FIFA’s final blessing of the...

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