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I’m getting stronger, going with Hudy (Andrea, strength coach) every day, every morning just getting my body ready. I’ve put on six, seven pounds of muscle so far,” Bragg said. “I’m building more. I’ll probably put on another 10 hopefully. It’s about eating right, getting challenged each and every day.”
“It was really hard leaving Kansas,” Embiid told VICE Sports. “I knew for sure I was gonna go to Cleveland, and be the number one pick, and then, just like that, the injury happened a week before the draft. So I’m like, ‘God!’”
Coming off sad seasons, the Eagles and Jayhawks have reason for hope.
The 2016 slate includes a host of tough tests from some of the top conferences in the country and includes six teams that competed in the NCAA Tournament last season.
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Those alumni include Jim Turner, the former chairman of Dr. Pepper Bottling Co.; Drayton McLane, the former owner of the Houston Astros baseball team; Bob Simpson, an oil-and-gas executive who is a co-owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team; and trial lawyer John Eddie Williams, according to people familiar with the matter.
This mentality is the worst of all college fan behaviors. Most of the people who dwell in this dark place simply want their program to keep winning more than they want anything else – more than they want accountability, and more than they want class and integrity. And they care about that more than anything else - including, in the case of Baylor, women who were not just assaulted by the players but also victimized all over again by their university.
One simple change would improve just about everything.
The school said Tuesday that it would be canceling classes on the day of its season-opening game. Tennessee's game vs. Appalachian State was moved to Thursday.
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Oakmont is widely regarded as the hardest course in America. It also has one of the country's most major roads running right through its exclusive grounds.