Highlights from Penn State Nittany Lions football practice

STATE COLLEGE, PA | Penn State coach James Franklin wrapped up Week 1 of training camp by hosting the program’s annual football media day at Beaver Stadium. Before starting practice for about 20 minutes, Franklin and his staff previewed the 2022 season, which begins Sept. 1 at Purdue. How did things go? Here are some … Read more

Mass. Club will host one of the fastest growing sports in the world

THEY STARTED PLAYING. MARIA: JOSH BROGADIER EXPLAINS. JOSH: THAT SOUND. IT SEEMS EVERYONE IS PLAYING PICKLE BALLS THESE DAYS — PICKLEBALL THESE DAYS. FROM THOSE FRIENDLY GAMES IN THE PARK DOWN THE STREET TO THE INTENSE COMPETITION OF THESE BOSTON PICKLEBALL CLASSIC GAMES. >> THAT’S NICE TO SEE. THERE IS ONE LACK OF TOURNAMENTS AROUND … Read more

The KSHSAA proposal could pit private schools against public school sports

The Kansas State Board of Education will consider a proposal this week that would affect how private schools such as Topeka’s Hayden High School and Cair Paravel Latin School report their enrollment for sports and activity competitions. The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) will present at the board of education meeting Tuesday and … Read more

WATCH: Chip Kelly gives update on UCLA staff, NIL status

UCLA football coach Chip Kelly spoke to the media before the Bruins’ fall camp session on Saturday. Kelly talks about the benefits of having a veteran roster, how the team was created to help players with mental health issues, and his thoughts on the current situation with the NIL. The Rise of Dorian? I think … Read more

Jonathan Gannon explains why the Eagles aren’t catching on

Gannon Explains Why Eagles Are Underperforming in Practice originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia Since the summer of 1933, when the first Eagles team spent the summer practicing at Bader Field in Atlantic City, possession has been a big part of training camp. Linemen tackle running backs. Linebackers handle tight ends. Defensive backs tackle wide … Read more

The trio of Oklahoma Sooners freshmen made “dramatic improvements” this summer

Kanak years, Kobe McKinsey and Kip Lewis arrived in Norman this spring with much fanfare. The trio of rookie linebackers arrived in Oklahoma with a diverse skill set, exciting fans for the potential of the unit growing under the head coach Brent Venables and defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Ted Roof. Kanak, a 6-foot-2, 219-pound … Read more