Daily Buzz: Jameis Winston, VCU Player Arrested, Concussions, and the White Sox

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VCU Basketball player Mo Alie-Cox has been charged with battery, reports WTVR in Richmond.

VCU Rams basketball player Mo Alie-Cox was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery after an incident involving a woman at a Richmond nightspot, according to Richmond court documents

Jameis Winston reportedly snubbed ESPN on Draft Day, via Awful Announcing. 

UCLA has begun a $30 million research study into concussions in football players. The study will use specialized helmets with sensors which measure hits and impact,  via Bruins Nation.

SBNation looks at What’s Wrong with the White Sox?

The Chicago AL team spent sizable money on free agents like Melky Cabrera but have the worst record in the AL and the lowest runs output in the majors.

Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley hopes to make his return to action in Game 2 vs the Warriors.

Former UK hoopseter and probable lottery pick Willie Cauley Stein has legally changed his named to  Willie Trill Cauley-Stein, reports the Lexington Herald Leader. 

DraftExpress.com has Cauley-Stein as the sixth player selected in its current mock draft.

Meanwhile Cauley-Stein’s also hyphenated former teammate Karl-Anthony Towns plans to complete his degree online while in the NBA according to Yahoo Sports and NJ.com