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Provo bar had biggest day ever financially with Wisconsin fans in town

When Wisconsin fans took a trip to Provo, Utah, over the weekend to see their Badgers take on BYU, they didn’t have many options to choose from for their pregame festivities. The large majority of Provo’s population are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and do not drink.

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Meet the walk-on kicker who saved USCs season

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Pac-12. Joined ESPN in 2014. Attended Washington State University. Follow on Twitter LOS ANGELES -- When USC freshman kicker Chase McGrath trotted onto the field hoping to send Saturday’s game against Texas into overtime, he did so as the owner of zero made field goals in his short college career. McGrath insists his nerves didn’t come into play as he calmly nailed the 31-yard kick. Not then, and not when he won the game -- and potentially saved the season -- for USC a short time later with a 43-yard field goal in the second overtime. “They were both the same kick to me,” he said. “I treat every kick the same.” That sounds good, in theory, but

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Mike McCray Likes To Shut The Crowd Up During Road Games

Fifth-year senior linebacker Mike McCray was named a team captain — along with senior left tackle Mason Cole — before the season started. Michigan received sad news on Monday when Jim Harbaugh announced that freshman receiver Tarik Black would need surgery on his foot and potentially miss the rest of the season. Fifth-year senior linebacker Mike McCray has been in a similar position, as the first three years of his Michigan career were marred by injuries.

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‘Highly questionable’ Florida CB Duke Dawson plays vs Kentucky

Duke Dawson suffered a head injury in Florida’s wild win over Tennessee in Week 3.  On his personal Twitter account, the Gators’ most veteran cornerback indicated that he will play in Week 4 against Kentucky despite the injury. Dawson’s head coach, though, tapped the brakes on that notion. Jim McElwain has, at least for now, labeled the fifth-year senior as “highly questionable” for the matchup against the unbeaten Wildcats in Lexington. The door, though, is not completely closed. “We’ll see where that is as we go throughout the week,” the head coach said. Dawson started seven of the 12 games in which he played last season. He returned an interception for a touchdown in the season-opening loss

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