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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Longtime collegiate athletic trainer Dr. Rod Walters, a sports medicine consultant, will conduct the external review into the death of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, according to a university spokesman. The review will begin by the end of this week. Also, football players have been told that regularly scheduled practices are voluntary until further notice.

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

New CFB wagering in Vegas with @Westgate posting odds to REACH CFP: Bama 4/11 Clem 5/4 Ohio St. 5/4 Georgia 3/2 Mich 3/1 Wash 3/1 Auburn 4/1 Wisc 5/1 PSU 6/1 Okl 6/1 Tex 7/1 Miami 7/1 Sparty 7/1 And many others

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Clemson quarterback Hunter Johnson has chosen Northwestern as his new landing spot according to a source. Announcement should come shortly.

Alisha Miller 

NC State football coach Dave Doeren is an honorary race official for Sunday's NASCAR Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Doeren admitted his racing knowledge is quite limited, but he's excited to be taking it all in. He also talked some Wolfpack football, noting that Ryan Finley is returning to the program and "Ryan wants to be the best QB in college football and feels like another year will help him do that. "

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida and USF have agreed to play a three-game football series beginning in 2022. The Bulls will travel to Gainesville in 2022 and will host the Gators in Tampa for the first time ever on Sept. 9, 2023. The Bulls will return to Gainesville on Sept. 6, 2025. These two have met only one other time, with Florida winning 38-14 in Gainesville in 2010.

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100 days until the first Thursday of College Football season! Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney earned his 100th career win last season in just his 129th career game. Only Urban Meyer and Chris Petersen reached 100 wins faster among active FBS coaches.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Baffert is watching the race with his family on a TV in the paddock. He asked his 13-year old son Bode if he was "feeling it."

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Bob Baffert prepares Justify in the paddock ...

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

As the horses make their way to the track, everyone has a job ...

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Justify is out of the barn and making his way to the track.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

A sneak peek at the Derby winner here ... Justify awaits the "middle jewel" of the Triple Crown. He should be making the walk to the track around 6:18 p.m. ET. Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has brought a Derby winner here four times and has left four times with a chance at the Triple Crown.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

The Preakness has been held here at Pimlico every year since 1909. It's a dilapidated venue but overflowing with history. I'm told there are no scratches or jockey changes today. Eight horses, including Derby winner Justify, who is undefeated and today's favorite. Place your bets ...

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

There are tractors driving on the other side of the track but it's so foggy here they are hard to see. This is the view from the press box balcony.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

I stole my son's ruler to give you an idea of the mud on the track here at Pimlico. No matter which way you measure it, it's a mess, but it's only a slight drizzle here right now. Don't need an umbrella — yet.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Greetings from Pimlico and the 143rd Preakness Stakes, where Steve Buttleman is making his first appearance. He is the official bugler of Churchill Downs, where he has performed for the past 23 Derbys. He says he's a little nervous ... but secretly is ready to rock.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Southeastern Conference commissioner Michael Slive, who led the league to unprecedented success both on and off the field and managed its growth from a regional conference to national giant during his 13-year tenure, died on Wednesday after a length

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia's Kirby Smart will receive a new seven-year, $49 million contract, according to sources familiar with the negotiations. The new deal, which will extend Smart through the 2024 season, is pending approval of the executive committee of the UGA Athletic Association on Thursday. The new contract ties Smart for fifth in average annual compensation among FBS coaches.

Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

The Wolverines will visit Normandy Beach today