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6hAdam Rittenberg

Louisville TE coach Klenakis on leave after DUI

Louisville put tight ends coach Chris Klenakis on administrative leave after his arrest Sunday in Kentucky on DUI and other charges. Klenakis had a blood-alcohol content of .165, twice the legal limit in the state.

Behind the scenes of Marvel's Louisville-Alabama cover (2:24)
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6dAndrea Adelson and David M. Hale

Ultimate guide to the ACC this season

Preseason all-ACC team, players to watch, words from the ACC commissioner and everything you need to know for the start of the season.

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17dDavid Hale

Louisville WR has appendectomy, out indefinitely

Jaylen Smith, a preseason All-ACC receiver who was Louisville's top target last season, will be out indefinitely after having an emergency appendectomy.

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Petrino coaching patriarch dies at 81 in Montana

Longtime Carroll College football coach Bob Petrino Sr., the father of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino and Idaho coach Paul Petrino, has died at his home in Montana. He was 81.

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38dAndrea Adelson

UL drops Papa John's name from stadium

Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said the school has stripped Papa John's name from its football stadium. The move comes after founder John Schnatter admitted earlier this week he used the N-word during an internal conference call.

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39dAndrea Adelson

Louisville evaluating Papa John's stadium name

Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said the school is evaluating the naming rights to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium as fallout continues over John Schnatter's use of the N-word during an internal conference call.

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40dDarren Rovell

'Papa' John out as chairman, Louisville trustee

Papa John's founder and Louisville booster John Schnatter resigned from the school's board of trustees after it was reported that he used a racial slur during a conference call.

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42dPhil Steele

Which teams will have the best WRs in 2018?

The best group of wide receivers in 2018 can be found at Ole Miss, where A.J. Brown isn't the Rebels' only option. Find out which programs fill out our elite group.

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Bama-L'ville to kick off Saturday Night Football

National champion Alabama will face Louisville in ABC's first Saturday Night Football game, and Miami will play LSU on Sunday night of the season-opening weekend.

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116dJamison Hensley

Ravens draft QB Jackson; Flacco still starter

The Ravens traded back into the first round for Lamar Jackson, selecting the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback with the 32nd overall pick.

Prospect Profile: James Hearns (0:37)
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124dMatt Bowen

Ranking best NFL fits for Lamar Jackson

The 2016 Heisman Trophy winner has rare athleticism. Which team could get the most out of the quarterback's skill set? Here are five great options.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

I asked Jameis Winston if he agreed with Lamar Jackson's decision not to run the 40 and him being adamant about not moving to receiver, and he said, "I can't really talk about that. He is who he is. I'm just excited for him as a player and as a quarterback. ... I love my position and I love playing quarterback and he's been playing quarterback too so I know he loves his position too."

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston on Lamar Jackson: "I hope he gets a shot. I believe he's an outstanding player. Any guy that puts up numbers like that in any conference should get some looks. I know he's a baller and he wants to be a quarterback. From what I've seen, he's a great quarterback."

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

I'm told that University of Louisville cornerback Jaire Alexander is visiting the Bucs today. He visited with the Raiders on Tuesday. The Bucs also met with Alexander in Louisville last month. After bolstering their pass rush during free agency, secondary is a priority for the Bucs in the draft.

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Jackson throws under center but skips 40 again

Lamar Jackson again declined to run the 40-yard dash at Louisville's pro day but made 59 throws from under center as he tried to impress NFL scouts Thursday.

Jackson: 'I can throw any pass from under center' (1:03)

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Lamar Jackson tells Andre Ware he can compete with anybody.

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Coach Mike Tomlin watches as Lamar Jackson gets measured at Pro Day.

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Lamar Jackson getting ready for his Pro Day.

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

QB Lamar Jackson will be throwing from here tomorrow during his Pro Day at Louisville.

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