Month: January 2019

9:38 AM ET When USC athletic director Lynn Swann announced that Clay Helton would remain the Trojans’ head coach on Nov. 25, his statement of support contained a glaring, almost baffling, admission. “We acknowledge and understand our deficiencies in areas that include culture, discipline, schemes, personnel and staff,” Swann said. Again: Culture. Discipline. Schemes. Personnel.
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4:06 PM ET Emily KaplanESPN Kendall Coyne Schofield wants young girls to take one message away from her past week: never doubt the belief you’ve built in yourself. Last Friday, Coyne Schofield, the U.S. national team player and forward for the NWHL Minnesota Whitecaps, became the first woman to participate in NHL All-Star Weekend, competing
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3:28 PM ET Associated Press ST. LOUIS — The Blues have placed winger David Perron on injured reserve with an upper-body injury. St. Louis general manager Doug Armstrong announced the roster move Thursday. Perron has missed the past three games. Before the injury, Perron had six goals and 10 assists during a career-best 13-game point
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12:00 AM ET Signing day is next Wednesday, and there are 41 ESPN 300 prospects still unsigned. Some are committed to schools, but for whatever reason did not sign in the December signing period. Others are unsigned and uncommitted. Here is a look at a few of the unsigned prospects, and where they might end
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1:52 PM GMT Sam Johnson will make his international debut for Scotland in the Six Nations opening match against Italy in Edinburgh on Saturday. The Glasgow Warriors centre is one of the three uncapped players named in the Scotland squad with Jake Kerr and Gary Graham on the substitutes bench. Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend
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