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  • Q&A with BYU QB Jake Heaps

     
    Q&A with BYU QB Jake Heaps...
  • SEC releases early kickoff times and TV schedule

     
    SEC releases early TV schedule...
  • POLL: Where should FSU have been ranked in the USA Today poll?

     
    The guessing fest that is college football preseason polling and prediction time has begun. One of the major polls, the USA Today Coaches' Poll, has just released its first set of rankings of the season. Sometime in late August, the Associated Press Top...
  • Wheaton College named least LGBT-friendly school in the nation… Again

     
    Wheaton College, the religious-based school in the western Chicago suburbs, has been ranked as the least LGBT-friendly college in the country according to the latest annual report by the Princeton Review. The publication bases the rankings on...
  • Football: Turning loose the linebackers

     
    Linebackers are the key to a successful defense. If they are quick and aggressive, they can become disruptors. It's a good year for linebackers in Southern California. Butch Pauu of Anaheim Servite is committed to Brigham Young. Aaron Porter of......
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Students camp out for tickets to SDSU-BYU rematch

    Students camp out for tickets to  SDSU-BYU rematch
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego State University students began lining up Wednesday to get their hands on the 2,500 general admission student tickets available for Saturday's men's basketball showdown with Brigham Young University. The tickets won't be handed out...
  • City rallies around the Aztecs

    City rallies around the Aztecs
    SAN DIEGO - More than 100 people, many of them wearing San Diego State's red and black colors, rallied downtown Friday morning to spur the Aztecs men's basketball team to victory in their showdown with Brigham Young University. The Aztecs, 27-1, are...