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BHS graduate Oliver named VP of athletics at Georgetown College

GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Blanchester High School graduate Chris Oliver has been named the vice president of athletics for Georgetown College.

Say hello (again) to EA Sports College Football: Beloved video-game behemoth is back

In a Michigan basement decked out in maize and blue, a father sat with his son.

Astros youth football camp brings 60 youth to ECHS

The East Clinton High School football program held its annual youth camp last week with a total of 60 campers attending the three-day event hosted by the East Clinton Athletic Boosters.

Pac-12 posts impressive haul in NFL draft before conference breaks up

The final season of the Pac-12 turned out to be as big a hit in the NFL draft as it was on the field.

Elliss, Jenkins, McCaffrey join Harrison and Alt in following their fathers into the NFL

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Marvin Harrison Jr., Joe Alt, Kris Jenkins, Jonah Ellis and Luke McCaffrey have turned the NFL draft into a family affair.

Browns’ draft picks from Michigan, Ohio State connected by horrific injury in last year’s...

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — The Cleveland Browns selected two players in the NFL draft forever connected by a horrific injury.

Bill, Chargers take WR; Bengals pick Wolverine defensive linemen

The Buffalo Bills got their wide receiver on Friday night.

Bevy of defensive playmakers available in Round 2 after historic offensive run

The unprecedented run on quarterbacks, wide receivers and pass protectors in the NFL draft ‘s opening round pushed plenty of studly defenders down the board and allowed some of the top teams to select players who normally wouldn’t fall to them.

Bengals take OT Mims as Cincinnati seeks better protection for Joe Burrow

CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals, seeking an offensive tackle who can play in front of franchise quarterback Joe Burrow for years to come, chose huge Georgia tackle Amarius Mims in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night.

Bush reinstated as 2005 Heisman Trophy winner, with organizers citing NIL rule changes

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Reggie Bush has his Heisman back.