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Deaths in 2015 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pat Harrington, Jr., 86, American actor (One Day at a Time, The Inspector, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels), complications from a fall and Alzheimer’s disease.
Hamdy Ahmed, 82, Egyptian actor. (death announced on this date)
Ida Gaskin, 96, Welsh-born New Zealand teacher and quiz show contestant.
German Moreno, 82, Philippine television host (That’s Entertainment, Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman) and actor, cardiac arrest.
Bill Foster, 85, American college basketball coach (Duke Blue Devils).
János György Szilágyi, 97, Hungarian historian.
Kitty Kallen, 94, American singer (“Little Things Mean a Lot“).
Ashraf Pahlavi, 96, Persian princess.
Sol Polansky, 89, American diplomat, Ambassador to Bulgaria (1987–1990). (death announced on this date)
Anna Synodinou, 88, Greek politician and actress (The 300 Spartans).
Leonard White, 99, British television producer and actor. (death announced on this date)
Alfredo “Chocolate” Armenteros, 87, Cuban trumpeter, prostate cancer.
Texas State DE Trevillion dies
The Official Website of the Indianapolis Colts
Colts Sign Rob Chudzinski As Offensive Coordinator
Tony Dungy, Marvin Harrison, Edgerrin James 2016 Pro Football Hall Of Fame Finalists
Colts Hire New Defensive Coordinator Ted Monachino
Favre leads Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists
LeBron’s marketing crew cuts ties with Manziel
Report: Beyonce to play Super Bowl 50 halftime
With Smith gone, Bucs’ culture shifts to Winston
Peyton Manning to start for Broncos in playoffs
Bucs fire head coach Smith after two seasons
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Notre Dame Routs Boston College 82-54
No. 20 Purdue ends Michigan’s 6-game run
IUPUI defeats S. Dakota St. 74-67 for first time in 12 tries
Late Alford 3 gets UCLA by No. 7 Arizona
No. 15 SMU rallies by Cincy to go 14-0
No. 5 Spartans cruise past Illini 79-54
No. 16 Louisville holds off NC State
ODU ends La. Tech’s 39-game home streak
BYU’s Collinsworth has 9th triple-double
Boeheim’s 9-game suspension over
NCAA Women’s Basketball (click on men’s links for women’s news)
Turner Leads #3 Irish to 74-46 Win over Virginia
Purdue women upset No. 16 Northwestern 85-71
Mitchell, Cooper lead No. 5 Ohio St women over Indiana
Gary Earns Second Straight Double-Double in IPFW Loss
Vivians, No. 7 Mississippi Stare women top Auburn 60-45
No. 2 South Carolina women beat Vanderbilt 71-61
Without their coach, Gators upset No. 12 Lady Vols 74-66
Cosper, Jackson lead Arkansas past No. 13 Texas A&M, 67-61
No. 10 Kentucky women beat Alabama 73-48
No. 8 Maryland women rout Nebraska 89-50