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BY BROOKE PRYOR Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgNORMAN — The brightest spot in Rickey Dixon's summer came in early June when he learned he was on the 2017 College Football Hall of Fame ballot.
For the former Oklahoma cornerback diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in July 2013, it was a humbling moment.
With 75 former FBS players vying for 12 spots in the induction class, everyone's odds are slim to make the final cut.
Dixon's wife Lorraine has no idea if her husband will make this year's class, but she knows that because his time is growing short, being inducted this year would be incredible.
“I just think it would be a moment,” Lorraine said.
By Jenni Carlson Columnist email@example.comFootball has long been central to life for Ty Darlington, who grew up with a dad who coached the game and a dream to one day play it at the highest level.
But the former Oklahoma center didn't make it to the NFL.
Since failing to make a roster earlier this spring, he has been in a time of transition.
With his team's grip on the second AL wild-card spot slipping, Baltimore manager Buck Showalter hoped Dylan Bundy could pitch well and give the suddenly struggling bullpen a break.
In his ninth major league start, Bundy wasn't able to help the Orioles with either task.
Bundy was tagged for five runs in just four innings as the New York Yankees routed the Orioles 13-5 on Saturday.
Chris Davis homered twice and Mark Trumbo hit his big league-leading 39th home run for Baltimore, which lost its third in row.