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Arkansas star RB Williams carted off

(AP Photo/Chris Brashers, File)

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) A year and a half after he broke his neck in a game, Arkansas running back Rawleigh Williams suffered another injury scare when he was taken away in an ambulance from a Razorbacks practice on Saturday.

Williams was injured prior to an Arkansas scrimmage, falling to the ground after a light hit and remaining there afterward. He was able to move his fingers before being loaded onto a stretcher and cart, and the university announced his injury as a "stinger."

Following the completion of the scrimmage, Razorbacks coach Bret Bielema said the early indications about Williams' injury were "very, very positive."


Wolverines wrap up practice in Italy

ROME (AP) Jim Harbaugh stood with a megaphone, his team at his back, in front of more than a thousand spectators, some sporting maize and blue.

He thanked the Italians in attendance for their hospitality, enthusiasm and for helping Michigan's football program experience a trip of a lifetime.


Trump to host Air Force football team

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) The Air Force football team will visit to the White House this week to be honored as winners of the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.

The Gazette ( ) reports that the Falcons are scheduled to fly to Washington, D.C., on Monday and meet President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday.


Herbert, Carrington shine in Ducks' game

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Justin Herbert threw for 327 yards and found Darren Carrington for three touchdowns in Oregon's first Spring Game under new coach Willie Taggart on Saturday.

The vibe around the annual event was totally different than in past years: Instead of building on previous successes, the Ducks are - almost - starting fresh.


With 53 picks, SEC leads nation again

It started with Texas A&M's Myles Garrett going No. 1 overall and ended with Mississippi's Chad Kelly going last as "Mr. Irrelevant."

For the 11th straight year, the SEC led all conferences in number of NFL draft picks.


Star WR undrafted after Air Force ruling

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Wide receiver Jalen Robinette, who led the nation at 27.4 yards per catch, went undrafted after the Air Force told him just this week that he'd have to serve two years in the military before being allowed to play in the NFL.

Robinette, who is set to graduate from the Academy in less than a month, had prepared for the draft believing he'd be allowed to play in the NFL right away because of a U.S. Department of Defense ruling last summer .


3 Washington DBs taken early in round 2

The second round of the NFL draft became a showcase for the talent Chris Petersen is building at Washington.

Three defensive backs from the Huskies were taken in the first 11 picks in the second round of the draft on Friday night. Cornerback Kevin King was taken by Green Bay with the first pick of the second round and No. 33 overall; safety Budda Baker was nabbed by Arizona with the No. 36 overall selection; and injured cornerback Sidney Jones was taken at No. 43 overall by Philadelphia.

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