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Texas defensive tackle Paul Boyette got advice from his wife – WNBA first-round draft pick and former UT player Imani  – on how to be a better leader.

Outstanding work here by Andrew Carter of the Raleigh News & Observer about how the ACC and ESPN were able to make the ACC Network a reality.

What role, if any, will the ACC Network play in Notre Dame giving up its independent status and joining the ACC in football?

Auburn icon and Heisman Trophy winner Pat Sullivan is showing a relentlessly positive attitude as he battles health problems.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is edgy and uncomfortable – and that should bode well for the Yellow Jackets.

Ohio State offensive coordinator Tim Beck goes into his second season in Columbus excited about the Buckeyes’ chances.

Bob Shoop, who left Penn State to move to Tennessee as its defensive coordinator, says the Volunteers are built for long-term success.

Jake Trotter of ESPN.com asks and answers some of the biggest questions facing the Big 12 and expansion.

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher says he thinks the program has its off-field problems under control.

The July recruiting period in college basketball is closed and the organizers of some of the events made some big bucks selling rosters.

Former Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk is looking to start over at Eastern Kentucky.

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