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Wright Thompson talks about the ghosts left behind from when James Meredith was integrated during the 1962 Ole Miss football season. ESPN Films 30 for 30 Ghosts of Ole Miss airs Tuesday October 30th, 8PM ET on ESPN.
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Texas coach Mack Brown says his situation has not changed and that he plans to meet with new athletic director Steve Patterson and university president Bill Powers about his future as the Longhorns' coach.
ESPNDallas.com's Richard Durrett discusses the Texas Rangers' selection of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson in the Rule 5 draft.
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Alabama QB AJ McCarron says he doesn't think coach Nick Saban will leave Alabama for another program.
Antonio Pierce explains why Denver QB Peyton Manning is having such a good season, and makes a prediction for the Broncos' Thursday night showdown with San Diego.
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel talks to Scott Van Pelt about being a Heisman Trophy finalist, his future in the NFL and getting advice from LeBron James.
Trevor Matich discusses why Longhorns coach Mack Brown is reportedly on the way out.
Mel Kiper Jr. projects the NFL draft for the draft-eligible Heisman Trophy finalists.
Stephen A. Smith says that despite the Knicks' win over the Bulls on Wednesday, New York coach Mike Woodson remains on the hot seat.
Joe Lindsey discusses why Lance Armstrong believes he was singled out concerning the severity of the punishment he received for doping.
15 Hours ago
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Clippers beat the Celtics 96-88 to give coach Doc Rivers a win in his return to Boston.
Adam Caplan discusses why he doesn't believe Buccaneers S Dashon Goldson has been unfairly targeted for questionable hits.
20 Hours ago
Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan discuss the decision to bench the quarterback for the rest of the season.
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