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  • BYU beats San Diego State again

    BYU beats San Diego State again
    San Diego State University's men's basketball team lost Saturday's showdown with Brigham Young University, 80-67. The team's only other loss this season was Jan. 26 to the seventh-ranked Cougars, 71-58, in Provo, Utah. Despite the loss, fans of the...
  • Mormon Tabernacle Choir makes its first visit to Hampton Roads as part of the Virginia Arts Festival

    Mormon Tabernacle Choir makes its first visit to Hampton Roads as part of the Virginia Arts Festival
    In many ways, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is like any other church choir. It's an all-volunteer organization that rehearses and performs each Sunday morning. But in many other ways, the choir stands apart from the musical herd. It's one of the biggest...
  • Teel Time: Greenberg changes Hokies' scheduling approach for the better

    Teel Time: Greenberg changes Hokies' scheduling approach for the better
    Seth Greenberg has changed Virginia Tech basketball’s scheduling philosophy for the better. Preparing for his ninth season as the Hokies’ coach, Greenberg has constructed an ambitious non-conference road for Tech in 2011-12 that includes at...
  • SDSU's Fisher named 'Co-Coach of the Year'

    SDSU's Fisher named 'Co-Coach of the Year'
    SAN DIEGO – San Diego State University's men’s basketball head coach Steve Fisher was named Mountain West Conference co-coach of the year along with rival Dave Rose of Brigham Young University, the league announced Monday afternoon. It is the...
  • Keeping it under control during March Madness

    Talk to any sports fan, and he'll tell you the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament -- aka March Madness -- is one of the most grueling spectacles in all of sports. Sixty-seven games over three weeks of single elimination basketball, played out on...
  • Aaron Eckhart battles for Los Angeles

    Aaron Eckhart battles for Los Angeles
    SANTA MONICA, Calif. Aaron Eckhart fulfills a longtime dream in his latest film, "Battle: Los Angeles." He's always wanted to wear a uniform and fire an M-16. "This is the little boy dream," Eckhart said during an exclusive interview with RedEye....
  • Nelson wins 3,000-meter race

    Keeping up with area athletes competing in college: Western Nelson (Burroughs High) freshman, Cal State San Marcos men's cross-country: The former Leader Male Athlete of the Year had a fine performance last weekend in the San Diego Collegiate Challenge,...
  • Teel Time: Despite season's first two-game losing streak, no reason for Virginia to panic

    Teel Time: Despite season's first two-game losing streak, no reason for Virginia to panic
    No cause for widespread panic, Virginia faithful. Back-to-back losses happen, especially on the road, especially in conference and especially when one of the opponents starts an NBA front line. Not to suggest blissful optimism, either. The Cavaliers&...
  • Elizabeth Smart ties the knot in Hawaii

    Elizabeth Smart ties the knot in Hawaii
    Elizabeth Smart, the Utah woman abducted as a teenager and held captive for months, tied the knot at a private ceremony in Hawaii over the weekend. "Yes, Elizabeth did get married today and we are all thrilled," said Smart's father, Ed, on Saturday....
  • Teel Time: Virginia's opponent was St. Mary's instead of Florida on preliminary NCAA bracket

    Selection Sunday used to be fascinating but maddening. Fascinating when the NCAA revealed the bracket for its basketball tournament. Maddening when the selection committee refused to detail its deliberations. “If I told you, I’d have to...
  • Navy defensive coordinator brings intensity back to spring practice

    Navy defensive coordinator brings intensity back to spring practice
    Something was missing for the Navy football team as it prepared last spring for the 2011 season. The practices were quieter, and for those on defense, a little too easy. What was missing — in retrospect, who was missing — was longtime...