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  • Mississippi State 2016 commit Jonathan Pollock earns UNC offer

    Mississippi State 2016  commit Jonathan Pollock earns UNC offer
    Dr. Phillips sophomore Jonathan Pollock committed to Mississippi State’s 2016 recruiting class during the summer break, but that doesn’t mean the recruiters are going to stop calling on the 6-foot, 205-pounder. His first offer came from...
  • Florida Gators offer scholarship to Apopka 2015 ATH Chandler Cox

    Florida Gators offer scholarship to Apopka 2015 ATH Chandler Cox
    Chandler Cox was pretty excited when he talked to Florida's Will Muschamp on Thursday morning and the Gators' head coach offered the Apopka athlete a scholarship. "I didn't even know what to say to him. He told me he'd like to offer me a full-ride...
  • Paul J. Sally, mathematics professor at U. of C., 1933-2013

     Paul J. Sally, mathematics professor at U. of C., 1933-2013
    To some students, University of Chicago professor Paul J. Sally Jr. was "mathematics, personified," said Shmuel Weinberger, chairman of the school's mathematics department. Known for his contributions to the field of harmonic analysis, Mr. Sally had...
  • West Orange DE Brandon Wilson gets first 2 offers Mississippi St., Charlotte

    West Orange DE Brandon Wilson gets first 2 offers Mississippi St., Charlotte
    West Orange defensive end Brandon Wilson finally received his first college football scholarship offers this week from Mississippi State and Charlotte, both coming on Super Bowl Sunday. Mississippi State came first for the 6-foot-3, 240-pound rush end,...
  • Teel Time: Babcock's first big decision at Virginia Tech could be basketball coach's future

    The conference season is less than half complete, but Virginia Tech’s place in the lower-tier of the ACC basketball standings is all but certain. A third consecutive last-place finish would not surprise, and the NCAA tournament seems light years...
  • It's not USC representatives who contact Tony Dungy, Denver Broncos

     It's not USC representatives who contact Tony Dungy, Denver Broncos
    It did not take long for unpredictable plot twists to appear in USC's coaching search. During a Monday morning appearance on "The Dan Patrick Show," former NFL coach Tony Dungy said he had been contacted regarding the USC job but that he had no...
  • Does your company have a paltry 401(k) match? This could be why

    Does your company have a paltry 401(k) match? This could be why
    Is your company making a paltry contribution to your 401(k) retirement account? If so, this may be why. Companies that automatically place employees in 401(k) plans contribute less money to workers’ retirement accounts than companies that don't...
  • USC's Javorius Allen makes the most of his chance

    Ed Orgeron removed his sideline headset during the final seconds of USC's victory at California last week and grasped hands with tailback Javorius Allen. "It's been a loooong time coming," Orgeron sang heartily in his Cajun drawl. "Change gonna come,"...
  • USC hit with more injuries against Notre Dame

    USC hit with more injuries against Notre Dame
    USC lost more than a game against Notre Dame. Tight ends Xavier Grimble and Randall Telfer and running back Justin Davis suffered injuries that will sideline them for the Trojans' next game against Utah, interim Coach Ed Orgeron said Sunday. USC...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech, ACC excel in latest NCAA graduation survey

    Most ACC schools, including Virginia Tech and Virginia, continue to outpace their Division I and power-conference peers in graduating athletes. Among the four Division I institutions in Hampton Roads, only William and Mary trumps national averages for...
  • Donor-advised funds a bright spot in charitable giving

    Donor-advised funds a bright spot in charitable giving
    On a wet Saturday near Griffith Park, a dozen teenage girls shovel manure, trudge through mud and try to stay warm. But soon everyone perks up because another horse-riding lesson is about to begin. The lessons are provided by Taking the Reins, a...