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Orange Prattle: Putting Stillwater wrestling’s state victory into context
Pioneer wrestlers made history with team title.
Orange Prattle: Forte key to Cowboys’ postseason success
OSU closes out regular season
Holt Report: SHS Pioneers dropped in regionals
Hoops makes early exit
Good luck throwing the flag on racial slurs, profanity in football
The vernacular of football assaults the ears. And while the NFL should clean it up - especially intimidation, harassment and racial slurs - rules on language will be hard to enforce.
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- Orange Prattle: Coaches need to be held accountable for in-game escapades
- The Holt Report: Redfearn playing strong for Cajuns
Limiting college football's offense creates clear winners and losers
The rules of college football could soon change to limit teams from snapping the ball until 29 seconds or less remain on the play clock. The rule would handicap quick offenses and benefit teams with deep defenses. What does it mean for fans? That depends on what kind of football you like to watch.
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