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How Youngstown saved Maurice Clarett
The former Ohio State legend is now giving back and helping in the communities he always hoped to impact.[read more]

Flag gone wrong? A look at the most controversial calls in college football history
Miami has won the 2003 Fiesta Bowl! Or not. Just as the Hurricanes were celebrating another national championship, a controversial flag changed the course of history -- forever.[read more]

Texas to allow 25% fans at outdoor pro events
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said the state will allow outdoor stadiums to host fans up to 25% of their normal capacity. Leagues will have to apply to state health officials to be allowed to have fans.[read more]

Premier League to return on June 17
The Premier League is set to resume after the clubs gave "Project Restart" the green light.[read more]

Serie A gets green light to return on June 20
Serie A will return on June 20 after an agreement was reached Thursday between league bosses and the country's government.[read more]

Vote to determine the greatest all-time college softball team
ESPN is taking a position-by-position fan vote for the greatest college lineup. Next up is second base.[read more]

How Oklahoma City, home of the WCWS, became the center of the softball universe
For college softball players, girls who dream of becoming college players and thousands of fans, Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City is the ultimate destination.[read more]

Sources: MLBPA to seek more games, no pay cut
The Major League Baseball Players Association expects to counter MLB's economic proposal by the end of this week.[read more]

Boston Marathon canceled for first time
Organizers canceled the Boston Marathon on Thursday for the first time in its history.[read more]

Minshew taking control of Jags' starting QB job
Gardner Minshew has impressed new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.[read more]