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  • Connections: UF softball team relies on South Sumter grad

    Connections: UF softball team relies on South Sumter grad
    Kirsti Merritt launched UF's softball team into the Women's College World Series with a home run in the decisive game of a super regional against Washington last year. Her three-run home run helped the Gators oust Alabama and clinch their first national...
  • Eagles hire Ryan Day as quarterbacks coach

    Eagles hire Ryan Day as quarterbacks coach
    If Nick Foles returns, as expected, to be the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback next season, he will be working with his fourth position coach in as many years. The Eagles on Thursday hired Boston College offensive coordinator Ryan Day to take...
  • After ups and downs at Penn State, Owings Mills' Donovan Smith tries for NFL

    Penn State junior offensive tackle Donovan Smith kept staring down an important life choice as if it were a charging defensive end, then reacted decisively in late December with an aggressive move of his own. Instead of playing it safe and returning...
  • Prosecutor: Ex-pro basketball player was seen as romantic rival, killed

    Prosecutor: Ex-pro basketball player was seen as romantic rival, killed
    A Hinsdale businessman who believed that a former professional basketball player was a romantic rival has been charged with stalking the man and shooting him to death last month, DuPage County authorities said Friday. After hearing alleged details of...
  • Cost of attendance is a good start, but questions remain for future of NCAA

    Cost of attendance is a good start, but questions remain for future of NCAA
    Historic votes are nothing new for a city like Washington, D.C. The capital of our country's political system has hosted its fair share of monumental moments. And while the news out of the NCAA's annual convention Saturday wasn't anywhere as critical as...
  • Quake Expert: Plainfield's Rumblings Still A Mystery

     Quake Expert: Plainfield's Rumblings Still A Mystery
    PLAINFIELD — Hundreds of curious residents packed the high school auditorium Friday night hoping to learn why about a dozen small earthquakes have rumbled this eastern Connecticut town over the past two weeks. But they left without a clear answer....
  • UF: No offer has been made to new Gators coach

    UF: No offer has been made to new Gators coach
    Less than 48 hours after Will Muschamp had coached his final game, the University of Florida found itself denying it already had found his replacement. The University Athletic Association said Monday morning it had not made a job offer to a new...
  • Virginia Tech backup QB Mark Leal decides to leave the program to pursue "professional opportunity"

    In one of the most surprising developments of Virginia Tech's disappointing football season, senior quarterback Mark Leal has decided to leave the program to pursue “a professional opportunity,” according to a statement from Tech's athletic...
  • UConn's Cavanaugh Will Face His Mentor As York Brings BC To XL

    UConn's Cavanaugh Will Face His Mentor As York Brings BC To XL
    Mike Cavanaugh taught bowling at Bowling Green to get to a night like this one. He taught billiards on Bowling Green's green velvet tables. He taught volleyball for the opportunity to coach under Jerry York, an opportunity that would grow into nearly...
  • Hearty Meal For Hockey Starved State

    Hearty Meal For Hockey Starved State
    A Boston College man, the governor of our state, made this night happen. A former Boston College coach defeated his mentor, a man he called the John Wooden and Bear Bryant of his sport, in a night that jumped for hockey like it hadn't in a long, long time...
  • UConn Must Look Ahead, Not Back, After Win Over BC

    UConn Must Look Ahead, Not Back, After Win Over BC
    Late Wednesday and early Thursday, UConn hockey coach Mike Cavanaugh spent time going through the fun and funny text messages, voice mails and emails that tend to arrive in the wake of something like Wednesday's 1-0 victory over No. 3 Boston College at...