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Defensive line candidates include Outland Trophy Winners

By Kris Norton | @CKrisNorton

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS — If a National Football League team’s primary concern is having a premier quarterback, its secondary need is chasing down the opponent’s signal caller. With average NFL scoring at an all-time high, defensive talent is needed now more than ever.

Of the 32 players that […]

Weekly Roundup: April 17 – April 23

Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) of The Toronto Star details the atmosphere around game six following the attack in Toronto that left 10 people dead and 15 more injured.

Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) of The Athletic explains how Toronto Blue Jays center fielder has moved on and learned after calling another player a homophobic slur last May.

Jon […]

Alabama’s Fitzpatrick Presents Options in Secondary

By Jon Sauber | @JonSauber

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS – Versatility has grown in importance in the National Football League, especially in the defensive secondary. Defensive backs are asked to roll down into the box and defend the run, play deep as a centerfielder and play man coverage on the outside and in the […]

Edge Rusher Arden Key of LSU Hopes to Make An Impact

By Jon Sauber | @JonSauber

Sports Capital Journalism Program

INDIANAPOLIS – Arden Key has made all types of headlines in his time at Louisiana State. From leaving the team in February 2017 to his performance when facing the Alabama Crimson Tide, Key has seemingly done it all.

Key, an edge rusher who is regarded as […]

Weekly Roundup: April 18-24

In light of Dale Earnhardt’s recent announcement that he will retire at the end of the 2017 season, here’s a look back at Tommy Tomlinson’s feature on NASCAR’s most popular driver.

Outside the Lines of ESPN published troubling news from Indiana University on its treatment of injured athletes.

With the NFL Draft coming up, Rob […]