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The Black 14 take a stand at Wyoming.

Nearly 50 years ago, 14 black Wyoming football players wanted to take a stand against what they believed was racial discrimination by an opponent - and it cost them. Watch their story Sunday at 8 a.m. ET on SportsCenter.

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Vols AD Fulmer likes what he sees in Pruitt.

Tennessee athletic director Phillip Fulmer joins The Paul Finebaum Show to share his thoughts on head football coach Jeremy Pruitt and the state of the program.

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McFarland: Mayfield is a 'bad dude.'

Booger McFarland says Baker Mayfield's talent will keep him in the league, but he doesn't think Mayfield has the right character to carry a franchise.

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Kiper drops Rosen from top 10 in mock draft.

Mel Kiper Jr. explains how the interviews at the combine will be critical for Josh Rosen in determining where he ends up in the draft on April 26.

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Kiper expects Barkley goes No. 2 in latest mock.

Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. agree that Saquon Barley is one of the most impactful running backs and believe he would be a smart pick for the Giants.

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Oklahoma State

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Melrose, Gundy talk hair.

Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy joins Barry Melrose on SportsCenter to discuss all things long hair, how Gundy uses his epic rant in recruiting and taking his shirt off during midnight madness.

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Griffin used to proving doubters wrong.

Shaquem Griffin's next stop after an inspirational career at UCF despite having only one hand is the NFL combine.

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Michigan State

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Dantonio's extension approved with little discussion.

ESPN Big Ten reporter Dan Murphy explains why there wasn't much pushback with Mark Dantonio's contract extension.

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