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Rice, who has been front and center during this tumultuous week for the NFL has been spotted out and about for the first time since he was suspended by the NFL and released by the Baltimore Ravens.
On Saturday, Rice, his wife Janay and their daughter, attended a high school football game at New Rochelle High School in NY. where Ray played ball back in the day.
According to sources…they were laughing and in good spirits as they cheered on the sideline as if they didn’t have a “care in the world.”
Ray and his family left before the game was over and sources say that he didn’t speak to the media.
She attended Towson University where Janay Rice earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communications.
She married her NFL beau in a private ceremony in March, 2014 a month after part of the elevator attack video emerged.
Chris Brown Gives Ray Rice Advice
Michael Sam “Dallas Cowboys”
Defensive end, Michael Sam, who became the first openly gay player in the NFL, when he was picked up by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL, has found a new home in the league.
Sam was the 249th of 256 players selected!
Sam, who played collegiate ball at Missouri was dropped by the Rams in their final roster cut last over the weekend.
According to the latest sports news reports, Sam will join the Cowboys practice squad. Coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that the league’s first openly gay player will be added to the practice roster.
NOTE: Members of the practice squad are paid a minimum of $6,300 per week, a fraction of the minimum $420,000 rookie salary.
“We just want to give him a chance to come in and help our football team,” Garrett said. “That’s where our attention is [football]. What people say outside the organization is up to them.”
Ohio State Football: Survives a Suddenly Feisty Michigan to Keep Its Record Intact…No. 3 Ohio State holds on to beat Michigan 42-41
Michigan’s season had not gone according to plan, but with a victory against Ohio State, much would be forgiven. Now, having just scored, with 32 seconds left, needing only an extra point to tie the game, Michigan Coach Brady Hoke decided to go for the 2-point conversion, to try to salvage the season by dashing Ohio State’s dreams of an undefeated season and a national championship.
But quarterback Devin Gardner threw an interception, sealing No. 3 Ohio State’s 42-41 win, the Buckeyes’ ninth in the last 10 years in the rivalry.
Braxton Miller, Ohio State’s quarterback, accounted for five touchdowns. Carlos Hyde ran for 226 yards. And Coach Urban Meyer improved to 24-0 in two seasons at Ohio State (12-0, 8-0 Big Ten).
If not for the tattoo-parlor scandal, in which players received cash and tattoos in exchange for memorabilia, and the subsequent bowl ban issued by the N.C.A.A., Ohio State might have played in last year’s national championship game. To make it this year, the Buckeyes will have to beat Michigan State next week in the Big Ten Championship game and hope for stumbles by either No. 1 Alabama, which played rival Auburn in a later game Saturday, or No. 2 Florida State, which plays in next week’s Atlantic Coast Conference championship game. Michigan (7-5, 3-5) was supposed to be the least of Ohio State’s worries. Read full story here
Three players were ejected after a fight during the second quarter of the annual rivalry game between Ohio State and Michigan Saturday.
Ohio State’s Dontre Wilson and Marcus Hall were ejected, as was Michigan’s Royce Jenkins-Stone.
Hall is a starting offensive lineman for the Buckeyes, and after his ejection was announced, he slammed his helmet on the sidelines, kicked a bench and gave the crowd at the Big House the double-middle-finger salute as he headed to the locker room.
College Football Coaches Net Worth:
Football player, coach, and TV analyst Urban Meyer has a net worth of $18 million.
College Football 2013 NCAA Division I-A Football Schedule – Week 1 [Network Listings]
6:00 p.m. [ESPN] North Carolina at South Carolina
7:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Tulsa at Bowling Green
7:00 p.m. [BTN] Indiana State at Indiana
7:00 p.m. [BTN] UNLV at Minnesota
8:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] Utah State at Utah
9:15 p.m. [ESPN] Mississippi at Vanderbilt
10:30 p.m. [ESPNU] Rutgers at Fresno State
11:00 p.m. [CBS SPORTS] Southern California vs Hawaii
7:00 p.m. [CBS SPORTS] Morgan State at Army
8:00 p.m. [BTN] Western Michigan vs Michigan State
8:00 p.m. [ESPN] Texas Tech at Southern Methodist
8:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Florida Atlantic at Miami (Fla.)
8:30 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] North Dakota State at Kansas State
10:00 p.m. [PAC 12] Northern Arizona vs Arizona
12:00 p.m. [BTN] Massachusetts at Wisconsin
12:00 p.m. [BTN] Southern Illinois at Illinois
12:00 p.m. [ESPN2] Buffalo at Ohio State
12:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Purdue at Cincinnati
12:00 p.m. [ESPNews] Villanova at Boston College
12:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] William and Mary at West Virginia
1:00 p.m. [ESPN] Rice at Texas AM
3:30 p.m. [ABC] Mississippi State vs Oklahoma State in Houston, TX
3:30 p.m. [ABC] Syracuse vs Penn State in East Rutherford, NJ
3:30 p.m. [BTN] Central Michigan at Michigan
3:30 p.m. [BTN] Northern Illinois at Iowa
3:30 p.m. [NBC] Temple at Notre Dame
3:30 p.m. [ESPNU] Brigham Young at Virginia
4:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] Nicholls State at Oregon
5:30 p.m. [ESPN] Alabama vs Virginia Tech in Atlanta, GA
6:00 p.m. [PAC 12] Eastern Washington at Oregon State
7:00 p.m. [CBS SPORTS] Miami (Ohio) at Marshall
7:00 p.m. [ESPNU] Washington State at Auburn
7:00 p.m. [ESPNews] Kentucky vs Western Kentucky in Nashville, TN
7:30 p.m. [FSN] Wofford at Baylor
8:00 p.m. [ABC] Georgia at Clemson
8:00 p.m. [BTN] Wyoming at Nebraska
8:00 p.m. [LONGHORN] New Mexico State at Texas
9:00 p.m. [ESPN] LSU vs TCU in Arlington, TX
10:00 p.m. [FOX SPORTS] Boise State at Washington
10:00 p.m. [PAC 12] Nevada at UCLA
10:30 p.m. [ESPN2] Northwestern at California