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  • Ravens Q&A: Dennis Pitta

    Ravens Q&A: Dennis Pitta
    Each week, we bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player, coach or team executive to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is tight end Dennis Pitta. How would you assess your growth with the Ravens? Good. I'm comfortable in the offense,...
  • Olympic dream comes true for three locals

    Olympic dream comes true for three locals
    Imagine if not one, but three, athletes from the same community were selected to the U.S. Olympic team. Now imagine if all three were together in the same sport under the Team USA umbrella. That's exactly what Alan Knipe, David McKienzie and Russell...
  • 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...
  • Stephen R. Covey dies at 79; wrote influential self-help bestseller

    Stephen R. Covey dies at 79; wrote influential self-help bestseller
    Stephen R. Covey, a former Brigham Young University business professor who blended personal self-help and management theory in a massive bestseller, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," died Monday at a hospital in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He was 79....
  • 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...
  • Women's basketball: USC prepares for WNIT semifinal against Illinois State

     
    The NCAA tournament is the desired reward, the NIT and WNIT the consolation prizes for Division I college basketball teams. After passing up a WNIT invitation last year, USC women’s Coach Michael Cooper accepted this time around. It turned out......
  • Women's basketball: USC preparing to play Toledo for WNIT title

     
    USC’s women’s basketball team will play Toledo on Saturday in the WNIT championship game at Savage Arena in Toledo, Ohio. USC (24-12) will attempt to win its fifth consecutive road game. The Trojans, who opened the tournament at home against.....
  • UCLA basketball: Malcolm Lee to forgo senior season, enter NBA draft

     
    There was no stopping UCLA's best defender Tuesday, when Malcolm Lee announced he would forgo his final year of college eligibility to enter the NBA draft. After learning last week that the junior guard was leaning toward leaving, Bruins Coach......
  • Five games to watch in the Big 12 this college season

     
    Five games to watch in the Big 12 this college season The Big 12 will have a slightly different feel than in the past, thanks in part to the absence of traditional power Nebraska and Colorado....