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  • Council's two-minute drill leads Morgan State to 30-27 win over Hampton

    Council's two-minute drill leads Morgan State to 30-27 win over Hampton
    After watching a 16-point halftime lead be replaced by a 27-23 fourth quarter deficit against Hampton on Saturday, Morgan State quarterback Robert Council didn't panic when met with a fourth-and-13 from his own 37-yard line. Instead, with less than...
  • Hampton University

    COACH: Ed Joyner Jr. (5th season, all at Hampton, 64-65). OPENER: Nov. 8 vs. William and Mary. 5 GAMES TO WATCH: Nov. 17 vs. Delaware. The Pirates have knocked off a CAA school each of the last three years. Dec. 21 vs. James Madison. Governor's...
  • College Roundup: Pirates claim XC conference titles

    MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY Orange Empire Conference Championships ORANGE — Orange Coast College runners placed first through fifth to create a perfect score for the victorious Pirates at Irvine Regional Park. Luis Morales, who completed the four-mile...
  • Colonial League tackles leaders, Week 9 picks

     
    No change at the top of Colonial League tackles leaders. Notre Dame-GP’s Chris DeGaetano had 21 in last week’s loss to Palisades to up his league-leading total to 117. Catasauqua’s Jared Nosal remains in second with 105. Teammate...
  • Faulkner: Pirates, Newsom put together a gem

    Faulkner: Pirates, Newsom put together a gem
    Since posting a 7-4 season that ended in a bowl game in 2006, the Orange Coast College football program has longed for mediocrity. With a 26-42 record (a winning percentage of 35.3), and a 9-27 mark against conference opponents (winning just 25% of...
  • On the Town: This party gives no quarter to landlubbers

    On the Town: This party gives no quarter to landlubbers
    While we still have a day to pass before the doorstep arrival of candy-coveting ghosts and goblins (which, in reality, will be more of an arrival of superheroes and princesses), the Saturday before Halloween has become the de facto night for ghoulish get-...
  • Jerry Bruckheimer to Receive Monte Carlo Honor

    Producer Jerry Bruckheimer, already slated to accept an American Cinematheque award in December, will be feted again with the Honorary Golden Nymph Award at the 54th annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival. Fest CEO Laurent Puons made the announcement...
  • Sony's Mosko Vows To Step Up Anti-Piracy Efforts

    Sony Pictures Television prexy Steve Mosko had dismissed the threat of piracy to U.S.-based programs until a trip to foreign shores revealed how serious the problem really is. After traveling to Europe this summer, he said, he could not help but notice...
  • Hampton bounces Norfolk State 27-17 in Battle of the Bay

    Hampton bounces Norfolk State 27-17 in Battle of the Bay
    NORFOLK — Even at the lowest point, with his team losing weekly and him contemplating major changes, Hampton University head coach Donovan Rose knew he had more than he witnessed on Saturdays. A sea change on offense coupled with defensive...
  • JC Football: Pirates can't keep up

    SANTA ANA — The last time Cameron Biedgoly faced Santa Ana College, the quarterback made his first start for Orange Coast College. He went on to set single-game school records for passing yards and touchdowns. That was last year. A lot has changed...
  • IsoHunt Creator Disables Site Early After $110 Million Piracy Settlement

    The founder of isoHunt pulled down the website's directory of links to thousands of illegal file downloads early Monday -- two days ahead of the deadline mandated in a settlement with Hollywood studios -- but he doesn't sound sorry about having run the...