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Former Purdue student Tyler Trent, who has a rare form of bone cancer, became such a national sensation during the Boilermakers victory over Ohio State last month that there was a significant rise in donations supporting cancer research. Now, the 20-year-old Trent will have his own bobblehead, with a portion of the proceeds from each one sold going to cancer research. Im so humbled by this opportunity, Trent told ESPN by text. I hope people continue to donate and give to cancer research. The Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee has struck a deal with Trent and Purdue University to make a bobblehead that will go on sale Thursday morning on its website for $30. The Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment at Purdue will receive $2 from the proceeds of each bobblehead, while The V Foundation for Cancer Research will get $3 for each sold. Tylers bobblehead is somewhat new territory, but its very similar to many of our...
Baseball owners have extended the contract of Commissioner Rob Manfred through the 2024 regular season and signed off a new television deal with Fox that runs through 2028
Draymond Green isnt apologizing for his part in a dustup with Kevin Durant, says he and his Warriors teammate have spoken and are moving forward
Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets has easily won the National League Cy Young Award, and Blake Snell of the Tampa Bay Rays has edged out two past winners for the American League prize
High-stakes college football returns to Yankee Stadium with Notre Dame vs Syracuse
Rondo injured his hand in Wednesdays win over the Portland Trail Blazers
SportsLines advanced computer model simulated Thursdays Tulane vs. Houston game 10,000 times
Not many had Williamson pegged No. 1 in the NBA Draft, but that has changed in month
Micah Roberts pioneered wagering on NASCAR races and just locked in his Ford EcoBoost 400 picks
The Marlins new ownership group continues to put its own stamp on the franchise
See the evolution of Englands record goal scorer, all the way from teenage tyro to grizzled veteran, in one GIF as he wins a final cap at Wembley.
Draymond Green, saying I am never going to change who I am in regard to his emotions, believes his spat with Kevin Durant will only strengthen the Warriors.
Under a new deal, MLB players may now wear shoes with black, white, any colors on the teams uniform and additional colors approved by the team.
Former LSU coach Les Miles left $5 million on the table, instead reaching a $1.5 million lump-sum buyout agreement with the university so both parties can move forward.
Lakers guard Rajon Rondo will undergo surgery to repair the fractured third metacarpal in his right hand, the team announced Thursday.
After poor field conditions forced the NFL to scuttle a much-anticipated game set for Mexico City next week, two major airlines said they would waive change fees for football fans who must now travel to Los Angeles to see the contest.
A small Division III school in Massachusetts made headlines Wednesday and suddenly became the talk of the college basketball world -- all for the wrong reason.
A Fitchburg State University basketball player was captured in a viral video elbowing opponent in a game Tuesday night.
An MMA fighter won his bout Friday night at a Legacy Fighting Alliance event via unanimous decision -- despite suffering a gruesome injury.
Liberalism and being a snowflake are behind the trend of young athletes transferring schools, according to exasperated Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy, who ranted about every millennial young person during a testy news conference Monday.
Dukes Zion Williamson is dominating college basketball three games into the season, averaging a double-double and shooting 82 from the floor.
A possible Super Bowl preview highlights a series of games which produced divided opinions among USA TODAY Sports panel of NFL experts.
Golden State Warriors stars Draymond Green and Kevin Durant talked, and Green said he wants to put their issue in the past.
Jeff Rohrer, a former Dallas Cowboys linebacker, said he would have been cut immediately, if he had told the team in the 1980s that he was gay.
Free agent outfielder Bryce Harper, seeking a deal in excess of $300 million for more than 10 years, has been with the Nationals since they signed him in 2010.
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