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Penn State Offers 2023 Four-Star Combo Guard Marvel Allen

Last month, the Penn State Nittany Lions put out a key offer in the 2023 recruiting cycle. New Head Coach Micah Shrewsberry and his new staff decided to offer 2023 prospect Marvel Allen. Allen comes out of West Palm Beach, Florida and is currently rated as a four-star prospect and...
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Texans Camp: Rookie QB Davis Mills Moves Up - Glimpse of Future?

With the Deshaun Watson situation still up in the air, the Houston Texans drafted former Stanford quarterback Davis Mills with its first (third-round) pick in April. And today at training camp? The kid who the Texans coaching staff believes is a “prototype NFL quarterback” could be an NFL depth chart riser.
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Stanford University's first new school in seven decades takes shape

Stanford University is honing in on climate and sustainability issues at its new school that is dedicated to the environmental sciences and is set to open next year. This week, Stanford leaders previewed the academic departments that will be housed in the new school, which will be the university's first in 70 years.

Robinhood: How It Disrupted The Brokerage Industry

This week, Robinhood came public and raised $2.1 billion. Yet the shares fell nearly 8% on the debut. Part of this was due to the confusion of its distribution of shares to retail investors. There were also concerns about the legal liabilities and regulatory issues. But despite all this, Robinhood...

Top five position battles to follow in Falcons training camp

The Falcons starting lineup is not set. Far from it, in fact. It won't be for some time, with openings unfilled during AT&T Atlanta Falcons Training Camp. We'll see frontrunners emerge the farther into the summer we go, with some uncertain spots locking up over time. We've seen some movement...
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The No Huddle Preview: Notre Dame AT Stanford

We have finally reached that point in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish football offseason where we can talk about this year’s opponents without thinking about it all as an event still months away. The conference media days are underway (lol conference things) and camp is just right around the corner. So, we’re dedicating each day (other than Chick-fil-A Day) to Notre Dame’s 2021 opponents and starting off those days with a quick look preview. Join the conversation in the preview and the editorial in their respective comment sections and/or use the FanPost/FanShot feature to share something more in-depth.
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Titans reunite with veteran TE Luke Stocker

Luke Stocker is heading back to Tennessee. The Titans have signed the veteran tight end, reports Jim Wyatt of the team’s website. The team also waived defensive back Quenton Meeks and placed offensive lineman Brandon Kemp on injured reserve. This is a bit of a homecoming for Stocker; the tight...
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Still standing: Falcons’ Ryan embraces elder statesman role

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — Matt Ryan feels like the last man standing with the Atlanta Falcons, not that it’s a bad thing. Ryan has nobody left from his rookie year of 2008 still with the team. And he’s one of just four starters — Jake Matthews, Deion Jones and Grady Jarrett are the others — left from the Super Bowl team of 2016.

Why 2021 Katie Ledecky, despite fewer golds, is the best Katie Ledecky yet

TOKYO — There was a time when Katie Ledecky set her sights on her former self. Toward the beginning of her third Olympic quad, with world records in her back pocket and gold medals around her neck, Ledecky, a prolific goal-setter, wanted to go faster. Wanted to outswim her Rio 2016 excellence. Wanted to chase down personal bests.

“Luminous Echoes” –First Detection of Light from the Far Side of a Black Hole (Weekend Feature)

“The galaxy in which this supermassive black hole resides, called “I Zwicky 1”, is what’s known as a Seyfert galaxy. It is a spiral-shaped galaxy with what’s known as an “active galactic nucleus” or “AGN” –where the supermassive black hole in the center of the galaxy is swallowing gas at a high rate, and as the gas falls into the supermassive black hole, enormous amounts of energy are released that power a bright light source in the center of a galaxy that is out-shining all of the stars in the galaxy,” wrote astrophysicist Dan Wilkins, a research scientist at the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology at Stanford and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in an email to The Daily Galaxy.