September 17, 2011 - OSU @ Miami (FL)

August 9, 2011 - CORAL GABLES, FL. --  Former OSU recruiting candidate Seantrel
Henderson had back surgery Monday.  Results were “very positive,” according to
coach Al Golden. Yet what that means long-term is still tenuous.  Henderson will be
released from the hospital August 16, but a timetable for his return to action has  not
been determined.  Henderson, who is 6-8 and 345 pounds, started nine games at
right tackle last season and was named a freshman All-American. He moved to left
tackle in the spring, when he injured his back.

May 4, 2011 - CORAL GABLES, Fla. --  According to the report by the Associated Press, Miami defensive tackle Jeffrey Brown was arrested Wednesday and accused of forcing sex on an intoxicated female in her dorm room.

Police say the alleged incident took place in the early morning hours of April 30.  Brown surrendered to police Wednesday afternoon and was charged with one count of sexual battery about an hour later.

He has been suspended indefinitely from the Hurricanes football program.  In a statement, the university said it "has become aware of the serious charges made against a student-athlete," without referring to Brown by name.

The university declined further comment. Brown's name was not listed on Miami's football roster or the team's depth chart for training camp, which opens in August.

Attorney Thomas Durkin is representing Brown and said in a statement that the player "did not engage in any criminal conduct whatsoever on the evening in question, nor did he violate any rules of the University of Miami or its football program." He said Brown looks forward to his day in court to "clear his good name."

According to the arrest affidavit filed by the Coral Gables Police Department, the 6-foot-3, 297-pound Brown was an acquaintance of the alleged victim. Police say Brown took her back to her room after she became ill and passed out in his bathroom before helping her into her bed, doing so "under pretense that he was concerned for her well being," according to the affidavit.

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October 29, 2011 - OSU vs. Wisconsin

June 28, 2011 - Former North Carolina State quarterback Russell Wilson is headed
to Wisconsin, potentially solving one of the biggest hurdles standing between the
Badgers and a Big Ten title.

Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema said Wilson will compete for the Badgers' starting
job in the fall. The two-sport star most recently played in the Colorado Rockies'
minor league system but apparently is ready to hang up his baseball spikes.

"This is an unusual situation, especially for a program that prides itself on developing players throughout their careers, as we do here at Wisconsin," Bielema said in a statement released by the school. "However, this is a special situation and Russell is the type of player and person that fits very well with our team."

Wilson has one year of eligibility remaining and can play right away. He will attend graduate school at Wisconsin.

Wilson's arrival could fill a glaring need for the Badgers, who must replace Scott Tolzien after their run to the Rose Bowl. Wilson could make the Badgers a favorite in the conference.

Wisconsin's offense failed to score a touchdown in the spring game in April as prospective starters Jon Budmayr and Joe Brennan both struggled under center. Joel Stave appeared to be the sharpest quarterback of the bunch in the spring game, but he is a true freshman.

In his three seasons with the Wolfpack, Wilson threw for 8,545 yards and 76 touchdowns with 26 interceptions.  In 13 games last season, Wilson completed 58.4 percent of his passes for 3,563 yards with 28 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Wilson also rushed for 435 yards and nine touchdowns last season.

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