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Sexual-assault review shakes Baylor; Briles out

Subscriber onlyAUSTIN, Texas -- Ken Starr was stripped of his job as president of Baylor University on Thursday after a review found that under his leadership the school did little to respond to accusations of sexual assault involving members of its football program. Continue reading...

Down 8, ASU gets new life

Subscriber onlyArkansas State's 2016 baseball season will have at least one more game. Continue reading...

Weary Gators hold off Tide

Subscriber onlyFlorida had just over 11 hours to rest for Wednesday's elimination game against Alabama after losing to LSU 5-3 in a game that went 14 innings and ended at 1:48 a.m. Central. Continue reading...

Briles' on-field results no help now

Subscriber onlyBaylor University trustees had little choice but to fire head football Coach Art Briles in the end. Continue reading...

Former teammate's good word helps land offer

Subscriber onlyJunior college cornerback Henri Murphy was hoping to receive a scholarship offer from Arkansas while at Dollarway. On Tuesday, he got what he wanted. Continue reading...

Razorbacks very much aware of course’s renown

Subscriber onlyThe No. 21 Arkansas men's golf team tees off this morning at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore., fully aware it's facing a West Coast disadvantage. Continue reading...

Baylor demotes Starr, fires coach amid sex assaults scandal

WACO, Texas — Baylor University's board of regents says it will fire football coach Art Briles and reassign university President Kenneth Starr in response to questions about its handling of sexual assault complaints against players. Continue reading...

'Lost' Van Horn eyes '17 rebound

Subscriber onlyThe last time Arkansas Coach Dave Van Horn didn't take his baseball team to the NCAA Tournament his youngest daughter, Mariel, was a baby. Continue reading...

UALR yields 13, faces elimination

Subscriber onlyThe UALR baseball team entered the Sun Belt Conference tournament as a No. 3 seed, its highest in 25 seasons in the league. Continue reading...

Magazine disregards definition of SEC tough

Subscriber onlyAthlon Sports already has named its top 25 toughest schedules for the upcoming college football season, declaring Southern Cal's as the most difficult partly because it faces defending champion Alabama and closes with rival Notre Dame. Continue reading...

Jorn bids farewell as praise flows

Subscriber onlyThe phone calls, texts and accolades have poured in for Dave Jorn since he announced Monday he was stepping down as the team's pitching coach. Continue reading...

No. 5 UA men bring numbers

Subscriber onlyArkansas' men's track and field team will have more competitors at the NCAA West Regional than the Razorbacks did in winning at the SEC Championships two weeks ago. Continue reading...

Harter: Razorbacks carrying a good mix

Subscriber onlyBefore Arkansas' women's track and field team left campus to travel for Lawrence, Kan., for the NCAA West Regional, Razorbacks Coach Lance Harter filmed a cooking video to be shown to UA athletes. Continue reading...

Canada awaits Hog golfer after unfinished business

Subscriber onlyArkansas golfer Taylor Moore is stoked about starting his career on Canada's PGA Mackenzie Tour next week. Continue reading...

Huskies win NCAA women’s golf title

Subscriber onlyWashington freshman Julianne Alvarez atoned for a three-putt bogey on the 18th hole with two par saves to win the decisive match in 20 holes Wednesday and deliver the Huskies their first NCAA women’s golf title. Continue reading...

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