Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach has apologized on social media for posting a tweet that drew criticism from Bulldogs players and an assistant professor at the school before it was deleted. Leach’s tweet had more than 4,000 likes on Thursday morning, the newspaper said. Mississippi State assistant sociology professor and author Margaret A. Hagerman chastised Leach and wrote that lynching jokes are incredibly offensive anywhere and “especially in Mississippi.”
Mississippi State coach Mike Leach apologizes for tweet
Fan vote will determine which two teams advance in the NFL "Best Team Ever" bracket.
Who is the best college football team of all-time?
Here's the scouting report on our No. 31 overall prospect in the 2020 NFL draft.
The Rams, with no one to succeed the 38-year-old left tackle at one of football's most important positions, needed the sage Andrew Whitworth to return.
Liz Loza and Matt Harmon preview our expert consensus fantasy football draft rankings for 2020 on the latest podcast.
The former Saints cornerback is the fourth player to have a deal fall apart as the NFL tries to work through the coronavirus pandemic.
Kevin Demoff, Rams chief operating officer, said he's optimistic SoFi Stadium will be finished on schedule but was not ready to absolutely commit to a date when it will be ready
If NFL teams are unable to hold offseason workouts amid the coronavirus pandemic, Andrew Whitworth and Austin Blythe believe continuity will be a valuable commodity this fall. Whitworth and Blythe are both returning to their starting jobs on the line after re-signing with the Rams as free agents. Whitworth has been Los Angeles' starting left tackle for each of coach Sean McVay's three seasons, while Blythe has started at all three interior spots on the line over the past two years.
Cox announced he will make a grad transfer to LSU on social media Thursday. Cox was a key member of NDSU's three straight FCS championship squads. LSU dethroned Clemson as the FBS champion in January.
The 2018 NFC Divisional Round matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings included a finish for the ages.
New Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay welcomes the opportunity to cover the opponent’s best receiver. “I love the challenge,” Slay said in a conference call Thursday. The Eagles traded a third-round pick (No. 85 overall) and a fifth-round pick (No. 166) to the Lions to get Slay two weeks ago.
New Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay welcomes the opportunity to cover the opponent’s best receiver
LA Rams' offensive line counting on boost from continuity