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  • Longing for a rosy result

    Texas may or may not end up in the Pacific-12 Conference. Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott tried to lure the Longhorns last year before his dream for a 16-team super league was squashed — or maybe deferred. Texas once held a big stack of expansion...
  • Top football stars highlight this summer's Peninsula sports camps

    When it comes to summer camps on the Peninsula, football still reigns as the No. 1 attraction. And for good reason. The camps are usually loaded with some of the biggest names in the game. For this summer's camps, those names don't get any bigger than...
  • Pirate act heads to Pullman

    SEATTLE — Mike Leach had just gotten the Texas Tech coaching job in 1999 when he and an assistant coach flew from Lubbock down to Odessa to recruit a decorated receiver named Roy Williams. "Amazing-looking kid," said Manny Matsakis, the former...
  • Kauppila, Cardinal can't complete big comeback at Chapel Hill

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Lonnie Kauppila (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) Stanford baseball, freshman: After having their rally extinguished by the rain on Saturday, Kauppila and the Cardinal...
  • 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...
  • Kauppila, Cardinal fall to Tar Heels

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Lonnie Kauppila (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) Stanford baseball, freshman: Kauppila, a former two-time All-Area Baseball Player of the Year, recently helped Stanford...
  • 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...
  • Who is in line to follow Schnellenberger as coach at FAU?

    Who is in line to follow Schnellenberger as coach at FAU?
    With FAU coach Howard Schnellenberger announcing that this will be his final season, speculation has already begun about who will replace the legendary coach who created the program and has been its only coach. Athletic Director Craig Angelos will make...
  • Teel Time: Myths, facts about ACC football as Florida State, Clemson ponder future

    Teel Time: Myths, facts about ACC football as Florida State, Clemson ponder future
    The ACC soon could be under siege. If Big 12 officials meeting this week decide to expand, Florida State and Clemson are potential targets, and if the Seminoles and Tigers exit, others could follow. Their motivation? Money, of course, real or imagined,...
  • The best place for business and careers? Not California, says Forbes

    The best place for business and careers? Not California, says Forbes
    Another strike against California when it comes to hosting businesses and boosting careers: A list ranking the country's 200 largest metropolitan areas on those scores doesn't have a lot of good news for the Golden State. Half of the bottom 10 cities are...
  • A divine look at teen angst playing out in the afterlife

    Many hands have wrung over the dark and dystopian literature teens are devouring in droves, from the "Twilight" series and "Thirteen Reasons Why" to the "Hunger Games" trilogy. "Devine Intervention" is not that kind of book. It is funny and wry and...