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Finally, Dunkin Donuts has invented a donut that will actually taste better stale.
North Carolina spent Thursday showcasing student-athletes who maximized their educations, writes the Charlotte Observer. Still, it was this paper written by a former athlete that generated all the buzz.
Is baseball a better fit than football in the long term for Jameis Winston? The Big Lead thinks it might be.
Jimbo Fisher believes Florida State has the talent to repeat as national champs.
FSU’s Kermit Whitfield talks about his big kickoff return for a score against Auburn in the national championship game.
Yoga was a key for Syracuse’s Donnie Simmons to get over his knee injury, writes The Post-Standard.
Former Wisconsin quarterback Jon Budmayr is helping oversee the QB competition at Pitt this spring as Paul Cryst’s graduate assistant, writes the Tribune-Review.
Former Georgia Tech guard Omoregie Uzzi is hoping to get a second look from NFL scouts after a knee injury cost him last year, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Virginia Tech is adding some diversity to its spring playbook on offense, writes The Roanoke Times.