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  • Douglas gymnast among bevy of college signees

    Douglas gymnast among bevy of college signees
    Douglas senior Shynelle Agaran is used to twisting and turning in her sport, but when it came to selecting a college she vaulted at the chance to attend Maryland. Agaran is the only South Florida gymnast to sign a Division I college scholarship on early...
  • Clerk's office awards scholarships to local students

    Recently four students, including three from the western communities, earned $1,000 college scholarships, from the Clerk & Comptroller's office employees. James Bukowski of Loxahatchee, Ashley Pascual of Royal Palm Beach, Jefferson Wang of Wellington and...
  • Mailbag: What if baseball were more like college football?

    Mailbag: What if baseball were more like college football?
    Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at chris.dufresne@latimes.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes. Unbuckling the...
  • Nigerian immigrant Olanrewaju thriving for U.Va. football

     Nigerian immigrant Olanrewaju thriving for U.Va. football
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — From his polygamous grandfather to his accomplished parents to his accidental path to prep school, Virginia left tackle Sadiq Olanrewaju weaves quite the personal story, one that could go viral if he joins the short list of...
  • College Football Playoff: Somehow, Ole Miss wins for losing

    College Football Playoff: Somehow, Ole Miss wins for losing
    Until this week there was no question about the greatest defeat in the history of Mississippi football. It is etched in Rebels lore: Oct. 4, 1969. That was the night Ole Miss quarterback Archie Manning was magnificent in a 33-32 loss to Alabama at...
  • Turrell has career game for Villanova

    Doug Turrell started his college career as an offensive lineman at Villanova. In fact, he played guard or tackle since his flag football days as a fourth grader. After being converted last season to tight end, the Parkland grad still had lineman stats...
  • O'Brien repeating Penn State success with Texans

    — Bill O'Brien has been a head coach for less than three of his 45 years, but already he's demonstrated a remarkable ability to rebuild at the major college and professional levels. O'Brien saved Penn State's football program from ruin by stepping...
  • ACC intrigue in lower half of College Football Playoff rankings

    The College Football Playoff selection committee's consensus is either Mensa-caliber genius or more troubling than fourth-and-40. Since both of the panel's rankings have virtually mirrored my ballot for the Football Writers Association of America...
  • Maryland newcomer Richaud Pack knows how to aim high

    Maryland newcomer Richaud Pack knows how to aim high
    There were two lines of defense between Richaud Pack and the baskets on the court his parents built behind their home in suburban Detroit. The first consisted of his father, Charles Edwards, and older brother Raynard. The second was a telephone wire...
  • Teel Time: U.Va.'s goal of 70 ACC and 12 national titles in a decade beyond ambitious

    Teel Time: U.Va.'s goal of 70 ACC and 12 national titles in a decade beyond ambitious
    Virginia athletic director Craig Littlepage last month restated the Cavaliers’ 10-year goal of winning 70 ACC and 12 national championships. At first blush, the numbers are clearly ambitious. The conference record book reveals just how ambitious....
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech AD Babcock comments on basketball staff pay, roster turnover

    Teel Time: Virginia Tech AD Babcock comments on basketball staff pay, roster turnover
    The dollar figures popped off the page last winter when Virginia Tech hired Buzz Williams to lead the Hokies’ basketball team. Few, if any, schools with such a modest tradition in a sport would commit not only $18.2 million over seven years to the...