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  • NFL: Patricia's past not subject to personal conduct policy

    NFL: Patricia's past not subject to personal conduct policy

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    (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File). FILE - In this May 10, 2018, file photo, Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia addresses the media at the team's football training facility in Allen Park, Mich. The NFL says sexual assault allegations against Patricia f...(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File). FILE - In this May 10, 2018, file photo, Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia addresses the media at the team's football training facility in Allen Park, Mich. The NFL says sexual assault allegations against Patricia f...
    The NFL says sexual assault allegations against Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia from 1996 are not subject to its personal conduct policy.
    The NFL says sexual assault allegations against Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia from 1996 are not subject to its personal conduct policy.
  • Olympian sues USA Swimming, saying it failed to protect her

    Olympian sues USA Swimming, saying it failed to protect her

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    Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith has sued USA Swimming. (Source: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith has sued USA Swimming. (Source: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
    Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith has sued USA Swimming. (Source: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith has sued USA Swimming. (Source: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith has sued USA Swimming, alleging the sport's national governing body knew her former coach sexually abused her as a minor and covered it up.

    Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith has sued USA Swimming, alleging the sport's national governing body knew her former coach sexually abused her as a minor and covered it up.

  • USOC hires FBI executive as its athlete safety director

    USOC hires FBI executive as its athlete safety director

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    USOC hires FBI executive as senior director of athlete safety, putting Wendy Guthrie in charge of strengthening sex-abuse policies being rewritten in wake of cases involving Olympic athletes.
    USOC hires FBI executive as senior director of athlete safety, putting Wendy Guthrie in charge of strengthening sex-abuse policies being rewritten in wake of cases involving Olympic athletes.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The recruiting train keeps on jugging for Arizona Basketball.

The Wildcats beat up on rival Arizona State Sunday night in front of Class of 2015 top-five talent Ivan Rabb.

The five-star point-forward from Oakland's Bishop O'Dowd made an official visit to Tucson as he tries to decide where to play his college basketball next year.

Rabb opted not to ink during the early-signing period this past fall. He is considering the Wildcats, Kentucky, Kansas, UCLA and California.

The Cats also have an interest in a younger teammate of current signee Allonzo Trier. Findlay Prep junior Derryck Thornton, Jr. is scheduled to make a campus visit to Tucson in February, according to the recruiting website Zagsblog.com.

Trier too was in attendance Sunday night at McKale Center.

Thornton is originally from Simi Valley, California. He played at Findlay Prep last year as a sophomore.

In the Pilots two games in Scottsdale at HoopHall West, Thornton scored 20 points and dished out six assists in victory over Our Savior New American (NY) and had 16 points and five assists in a 72-48 win over Phoenix Pinnacle.

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