Regional Digest: UConn TE Griffin On Mackey Award Watch List University of Connecticut senior tight end Ryan Griffin (Londonderry, N.H.) was named to the 2012 John Mackey Award Watch List. The Mackey Award goes to the most outstanding collegiate tight end. Griffin was second team All-Big East last season when he ... 07/9/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
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Two of the surprise teams from the last two African Cup tournaments still have a chance to advance to this year's quarterfinals despite being winless so far.
Zambia won its only African Cup of Nations title in 2012, but has just one point from two Group B matches this time.
Former Tigers take part in Senior BowlWYFF GreenvilleFormer Clemson linebacker Stephone Anthony and defensive tackle Grady Jarrett wrapped up Senior Bowl week with the annual game on Saturday. Playing for the South team, Anthony recorded three tackles, while Jarrett had one, in the South's 34-13 loss and more »
SI.comFormer Panthers GM on Patriots: Is there a culture of cheating? SI.comNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady addressed the deflated footballs from Sunday's AFC Championship Game in a press conference Thursday. by SI Wire · Email. Posted: Fri Jan. 23, 2015. Former Carolina Panthers general manager Marty Hurney and more »