- N. Dakota St. claims Summit title, NCAA bid
- No. 23 DePaul takes Big East over St. John’s
- Zags hold off BYU comeback, win WCC title
- No. 18 Gonzaga shuts down BYU for WCC title
- Mount St. Mary’s (16-16) clinches NCAA bid
- Milwaukee wins Horizon title to reach tourney
- Loyola Marymount parts ways with coach Good
- Penn ends Princeton’s Ivy League title run
- FIU’s Coley surpasses 3,000-point career mark
- South Dakota tops Denver for 1st NCAA berth
The Eagles Stick with Vick
- Updated: February 11, 2013
The Philadelphia Eagles and new head coach Chip Kelly have decided to give QB Michael Vick another crack at making the Eagles into a playoff team and have re-signed him for the 2013 season, per ESPN’s Adam Shefter:
Biggest off-season QB domino already has fallen: Eagles have re-signed Michael Vick to a one-year deal for 2013 season.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 11, 2013
Michael Vick received a restructured 3-year deal, but it is essentially a 1-year deal. Last two years will be voided on March 15.
— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) February 11, 2013
Prior to Monday, Vick was scheduled to make $15.5 million in base salary in 2013 under the six –year, $100 million extension he signed with the Eagles in 2011. Last season Vick passed for 2,362 yards, 12 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 10 games last season.