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Report: Boise’s Heather Cox leaving ESPN for NBC

Sideline reporter Heather Cox will join NBC as part of its Thursday night football coverage, USA Today’s The Big Lead reported. The Boise resident had worked for ESPN for 22 years, covering college football, NBA, WNBA and men’s and women’s college basketball. In addition to the NFL, NBC also owns the rights to the Olympics, Notre Dame football, the British Open and the Triple Crown.

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Bryce Molder birdied six of his last nine holes for a 6-under 64 and a one-stroke lead Thursday after the first round of the Dean & Deluca Invitational at Colonial.

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Timberline girls doubles - state champions 01:06

Timberline girls doubles - state champions

Idaho 5A state tennis singles champions 02:36

Idaho 5A state tennis singles champions

Thrill of victory: Idaho 5A and 4A state track meet finish line 02:44

Thrill of victory: Idaho 5A and 4A state track meet finish line

Meridian baseball finishes second at state 00:51

Meridian baseball finishes second at state

Dibben's infield hit lifts Meridian into 5A state baseball championship 01:52

Dibben's infield hit lifts Meridian into 5A state baseball championship

Downpour delays the Idaho state track and field meet on Friday 00:55

Downpour delays the Idaho state track and field meet on Friday

McFadden's shutout carries Meridian baseball to 5A state semifinals 00:43

McFadden's shutout carries Meridian baseball to 5A state semifinals

District 100-meter finals in slow motion 00:39

District 100-meter finals in slow motion

Former champion boxer Kenny Keene and protege Reilly Erskine on their unique partnership 02:53

Former champion boxer Kenny Keene and protege Reilly Erskine on their unique partnership

Eagle baseball celebrates 5A District Three championship 00:57

Eagle baseball celebrates 5A District Three championship

Eagle High softball hits five homers in district title game 01:14

Eagle High softball hits five homers in district title game

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Boise State coaches talk about Hendrix, Roddie and Jackson in 2015

On National Signing Day 2015, current Boise State defensive coordinator Andy Avalos and former defensive backs coach Julius Brown spoke about recruits Marquis Hendrix, Donzale Roddie and Darreon Jackson. All three have been the focus of a Title IX sexual misconduct investigation launched by Boise State last fall, after a female student told Title IX Director of Compliance Annie Kerrick she was sexually assaulted by Boise State football players.
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Boise State coaches talk about Hendrix, Roddie and Jackson in 2015 00:55

Boise State coaches talk about Hendrix, Roddie and Jackson in 2015

Timberline girls doubles - state champions 01:06

Timberline girls doubles - state champions

Idaho 5A state tennis singles champions 02:36

Idaho 5A state tennis singles champions

Thrill of victory: Idaho 5A and 4A state track meet finish line 02:44

Thrill of victory: Idaho 5A and 4A state track meet finish line