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  • 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....
  • BYU secures bowl tie-in for 2011 season

     
    BYU secures bowl tie-in for 2011 season Brigham Young University has announced that it has reached a bowl tie-in with the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl starting in 2011 if the Cougars become bowl-eligible and are not in the running for a BCS bowl...
  • George Wahlen dies at 84; Navy corpsman treated the wounded on Iwo Jima

    George Wahlen, who as a Navy pharmacist's mate during World War II tended to more than a dozen casualties on Iwo Jima while seriously wounded himself and who received the Medal of Honor for his actions, died Friday in Salt Lake City at the Veterans...
  • John Wooden's championship years at UCLA

    John Wooden's championship years at UCLA
    1963-64 (30-0) Championship game: UCLA 98, Duke 83, at Kansas City, Mo. The team: Steve Brucker, Fred Slaughter, Doug McIntosh, Vaughn Hoffman, Keith Erickson, Kim Stewart, Kenny Washington, Gail Goodrich, Jack Hirsch, Rich Levin, Walt Hazzard, Kent...
  • 'Fugue State' by Brian Evenson

    Fugue State Stories Brian Evenson Coffee House Press: 208 pp., $14.95 paper Brian Evenson is the Donald Barthelme of psychological horror. Over a career of four novels and five story collections, he has birthed a distinctive, postmodern style for...
  • Virginia Tech No. 7 in preseason coaches' poll

    Virginia Tech is ranked seventh in the preseason USA Today coaches poll. The Hokies finishes last season ranked 14th. Florida is the overwhelming choice for No. 1. The Gators received 53 of 59 first-place votes and are ahead of Texas, Oklahoma,...
  • Virginia's quarterbacks can run, too

    As offensive coordinator Gregg Brandon mentioned in the preseason, one of the primary ingredients he prefers to incorporate to make his spread offense go is a mobile quarterback. Vic Hall and Jameel Sewell displayed that Saturday in U.Va.'s 26-14 loss to...
  • Seminoles rally for 19-9 win over Jacksonville State

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida State needed two scores in the final 35 seconds Saturday night to avoid arguably one of the most embarrassing upsets in school history. Ty Jones' 1-yard touchdown run on fourth down with 35 seconds left put the...