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Monday afternoon, a missing persons report was filed with the Missouri State Highway Patrol that indicated Bourbon had not been heard from since 7:30 p.m. on April 2.
"The game of football has gotten, the last few years, so open-field, and so tackling has become such a critical component to that," Bowen explains. "So that’s obviously one of our biggest emphases of the spring, is to learn how to tackle in different situations and be great tacklers."
"My feet haven’t quite touched the ground yet," Slater joked. "But things are starting to settle down a bit. I’m really excited about working for him, just knowing him as a person and what type of guy he is."
DE Ben Goodman tried to show his versatility and keep his options open at pro day, working out at end as well as linebacker and tight end. He measured 6-foot-3 and 256 pounds and ran a 5.01 in the 40.
That long-term approach was taken from top to bottom throughout the program. In fact, the Jayhawks scrapped the idea of having a scout team solely devoted to preparing the starters for each game, instead running two teams on two different fields to maximize the practice reps and development of the young players on the roster.
Already enshrined in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame as a "Contributor" in 1978, McLendon will now be enshrined as a coach. McClendon is being recognized as the first African-American coach in a professional league. The Class of 2016 will be inducted at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Sept 9.
- College Sports -
Kris Jenkins knocks down what may go down as the greatest shot in NCAA Tournament history, a buzzer-beater to beat UNC and win the 2016 National Championship.
Jenkins' shot came just after an unbelievable tying 3 by North Carolina's Marcus Paige in an unbelievable finale.
The shot before "The Shot" was, for a fleeting moment, one of the most important -- and best -- shots in college basketball history.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams got choked up speaking with Tracy Wolfson after the Tar Heels' last-second loss to Villanova in the national championship game.
I'm not a lip-reader but I'm pretty confident that, after saying something to his buddy, Ahmad Rashad, and nodding his head, Jordan said, "good shot."
Relive the entire 2016 NCAA Tournament with 'One Shining Moment' as broadcast after Monday's title game.
The confetti has barely been cleared from Villanova's celebration, but it's already time to look ahead. A frightening infusion of incoming talent has Duke primed for big things in 2016-17.
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Safe at first based on the original call, but the double play winds up happening since Nick Markakis came off the bag on his slide. Nats second baseman Daniel Murphy -- former teammate of Ruben Tejada (in some ways the partial inspiration for the new rule) -- knew it right away.