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Recent articles by Paul:

WWE suspends production after wrestler tests positive for coronavirus

An unnamed talent at WWE's training center tested positive for COVID-19, the WWE said, leading to a temporary pause in television production. → Read More

As Sosa-McGwire battle gets reheated, Ken Griffey Jr. too cool to be forgotten

Ken Griffey Jr. was one of the iconic sports figures of the 1990s, and his efforts might have been overshadowed in ESPN show on McGwire and Sosa. → Read More

Yankees, Cowboys among 1990s teams worthy of 'The Last Dance' treatment

New York Yankees, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Lakers and Duke men's basketball could all be compelling 1990s subjects for an in-depth documentary. → Read More

NCAA President Mark Emmert: 2020 college football season could look dramatically different

In call with Congressional leaders, NCAA President Mark Emmert said 2020 college football season may be shorter, and could feature less teams. → Read More

Basketball Hall of Famer Wes Unseld dies at 74

Hall of Fame center Wes Unseld, who overcame a lack of size with a bruising style of play and court vision to earn five All-Star bids, died at 74. → Read More

Notre Dame-Navy opener moved from Dublin to Navy's home stadium in Maryland due to COVID-19

The season opener between Notre Dame and Navy will be moved from Dublin to Navy's home, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, for first time. → Read More

Raiders' top draft pick, Henry Ruggs III, injures thigh during move

Las Vegas Raiders rookie Henry Ruggs III, one of the team's first-round picks, recently cut his thigh while moving items into a trailer, his dad said. → Read More

Former Colin Kaepernick teammate: 'I hope people are ready for the message'

NFL linebacker Brandon Marshall is a friend and former college teammate of Colin Kaepernick's who joined in kneeling before games during 2016 season. → Read More

Report: U.S. Open, Western & Southern Open tennis tournaments could come together as NYC doubleheader

USTA considers plan for tennis doubleheader in NYC later this summer that would include U.S. Open, Western & Southern Open, per The New York Times. → Read More

College football recruiting commitments have exploded despite atypical approaches amid coronavirus

College football has seen a historic flurry of recruiting activity despite COVID-19 closing universities and eliminating any in-person contact. → Read More

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback spends part of NFL offseason working at NASA

For nearly three weeks in February, Jaguars QB Joshua Dobbs put his aerospace engineering degree from Tennessee into practice working at NASA. → Read More

Working Out From Home: How to use body weight to mimic a prison-style workout

ConBody translates tricks Coss Marte learned during a seven-year prison stint into a workout that can be performed at home with body weight only. → Read More

College football coaching staffs starting to trend younger; LSU's the oldest surveyed

As ADs show increasing willingness to hire young coaches and younger assistants, age and experience are defining traits of the most successful staffs. → Read More

Day 36 without sports 😭: Oddsmakers drop win totals for 2020 college football season ... if there is one

Las Vegas oddsmakers have posted over-under win totals for the 2020 college football season ... that is, if there is a season this fall. → Read More

Wisconsin's Barry Alvarez says seniors in spring sports won't return in 2021

Athletics director Barry Alvarez says Wisconsin Badgers have been told to graduate and move on because of financial constraints the university faces. → Read More

Coronavirus impact has college football coaches worried about schedules

Coaches say early July, and preferably June, is the latest teams could return to normalcy and still meet the start of the upcoming season. → Read More

Online push-up parties, virtual tours: College football coaches get creative in spring coronavirus shutdown

With spring practice shut down due to coronavirus, college football coaches find new ways to connect with players, including virtual tours of campus. → Read More

What we know about college football today as coronavirus creates uncertainty

The coronavirus pandemic has ground college football to a halt as most teams stopped spring practices and disrupted the normal flow of the offseason. → Read More

Bryce Young on Alabama quarterback competition and turning down Southern California

Alabama true freshman Bryce Young discussed the Crimson Tide's quarterback competition and backing off his verbal commitment to Southern California. → Read More

College football programs trying to make sense of what's next while dealing with coronavirus

COVID-19 has impacted spring football across the Bowl Subdivision, with programs opting to close scrimmages, postpone practice or cancel drills. → Read More