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Gene Sapakoff column: The hypocrisy on display at college football media events this week was not limited to name, image and likeness chatter. It also included talk about the impact of sports gambling on the mental health of athletes and support for a third full-time assistant baseball coach.

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AVELLINO, ITALY — Clemson's John Newman III scored a game-high 20 points with a team-high seven rebounds as the Tigers basketball team, representing the United States, defeated Ukraine 85-63 to win the gold medal in the World University Games at Palasport Del Mauro on Thursday.

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A new survey conducted by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s (NATA) Intercollegiate Council for Sports Medicine found that college team athletic trainers and physicians often lack autonomy in making medical decisions about the athletes.

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Phil Kornblut recruiting column: The football recruiting period dead period, which commenced last Monday, brought a little peace and quiet to all involved. But there will be some news this week for South Carolina Gamecock fans.

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Clemson's Kyle Wilkie had a career-high four hits with three RBIs and Davis Sharpe pitched six strong innings to lead Clemson to an 8-4 victory over Illinois in the opening game of the Oxford Regional at Swayze Field on Friday afternoon.

South Carolina coach Will Muschamp set out this recruiting season to upgrade his team’s running back talent, and he got that done on Monday when MarShawn Lloyd released a video on Twitter announcing a commitment to the Gamecocks.

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Braden Galloway and Zach Giella, two of three Clemson football players banned from College Football Playoff games last season after testing positive for the performance-enhancing drug ostarine, lost a drawn-out NCAA appeal.

South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp makes North Carolina a recruiting priority, and he struck again last week in the Tar Heel state with a commitment from highly regarded linebacker Mohamed Kaba of Clinton.