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Notre Dame couldn’t repeat as NCAA champs, but its seniors leave an amazing legacy anyway

Aidan Wilkins | @AidanJWilkins

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Editor’s note: Sports Capital Journalism Program student Aidan Wilkins, writing for NCAA.com, discusses how despite falling short in a second-straight National Championship game, Notre Dame’s seniors left a dominant legacy during their four years in South Bend.

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In Baylor’s first Final Four appearance since 2012, Lauren Cox could be the defensive threat to stop Oregon

By Brendan Rourke | @B_RourkeSports

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Editor’s note: Sports Capital Journalism Program student Brendan Rourke, writing for NCAA.com, describes how Baylor’s Lauren Cox’s defensive presence in the paint could be the key to stopping Oregon.

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Investigative Reporter Lavigne Discusses Sexual Assault Scandals

By Jon Sauber

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“You see people in positions of power who think this isn’t a big deal because there are people who think you’re only hurt if you’re pulled off the street and violently raped in the bushes,” ESPN investigative reporter Paula Lavigne said to Pam Laucella’s graduate class at IUPUI […]

A dream temporarily deferred: Managing injuries at the combine

By Jack Carney | @jackwcarney

Michigan tight end Jake Butt speaks with reporters on Friday at the NFL scouting combine.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Injuries often keep college football players off the field, but they can’t stop some hopefuls from making the trip to the National Football League scouting combine.

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Weekly Roundup: January 24-January 30

President Trump’s executive order, issued Friday, sparked a lot of controversy, spilling over into the sports world. Here are reactions to the new immigration policy. Scroll down for other stories from this week:

While the White House has clarified that he will be allowed into the United States, Somali-born British Mo Farah was critical of […]