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  • Victory over Wake Forest huge for Virginia Tech

    Victory over Wake Forest huge for Virginia Tech
    The most challenging week of Virginia Tech's basketball season began with an improbable comeback against the first ranked opponent the Hokies had faced in a month. Overcoming rampant foul issues, slothful defense and a future NBA lottery pick, Tech...
  • Aug. 13, 2000: Operation Heisman begins for Michael Vick at Virginia Tech

    Last year Michael Vick became only the third freshman to finish among the top three in Heisman Trophy voting. This season he attempts to become the first sophomore to win it. Presented annually since 1935 to college football's most outstanding player,...
  • Another incumbent bites the dust

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown One of the nation's most conservative congressmen apparently wasn't conservative enough for Utah's Third Congressional District. In a trend that may indicate the depth of voter dissatisfaction with Washington, six-term Rep. Chris...
  • Football: A weekend to remember for Bill Redell?

     
    It could be a weekend of milestones for Bill Redell. The Oaks Christian coach is scheduled to emcee the 50th reunion of the San Marino High Class of 1959 on Saturday at Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach. An even......
  • Football: Fua recovering from concussion

     
    Brigham Young-bound Alani Fua of Oaks Christian said Monday he hopes to play in Friday's Northwest Division championship game against Gardena Serra even though he suffered a concussion on Saturday against L.A. Cathedral. He's going to have to receive...
  • Football: Embarrassment of riches for Oaks Christian

     
    The loudest murmur among the players and coaches assembled today at the CIF football championship luncheon at the Grand in Long Beach came when Oaks Christian Bill Redell introduced the players he had brought with him from Westlake Village. When......
  • 'The Sing Off' capitalizes on 'Glee' popularity

     
    When I saw the commercials for The Sing Off on NBC, I immediately thought that it was the reality TV version of Glee. It might be, but it's still pretty fun. Eight groups from around the country (including one from......
  • Football: La Habra running back picks BYU

     
    La Habra running back Josh Quezada has committed to Brigham Young. -- Eric SOndheimer...
  • FAU sitting while five 2009 opponents are bowling

     
    While FAU is sitting home after two straight bowl games, bowl season is well underway. A game FAU fans might be interested is today, when Oregon State plays Brigham Young in the some weird named bowl in Las Vegas.......
  • Have a kid and lower your blood pressure, researchers say

     
    The next time your little one dumps a cup of coffee into your laptop keyboard, keep this in mind: A new study finds that having children may be linked to having lower blood pressure. Researchers from Brigham Young University, the......
  • Doctors' hours and couples' language -- no connection whatsoever

     
    The only connection might be that they caught my eye this week and I'm sharing. What can I say? I'm a giver. -- Doctors apparently work less when the risk of liability increases. This conclusion is based on data, survey......