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  • Extras, leftovers from NCAA legislation story

    Extras, leftovers from NCAA legislation story
    There was plenty that I didn’t include in Sunday’s story about recent NCAA legislation and its possible effects on local schools and conferences outside the Power 5, largely for space limitations in print and to prevent readers’ eyes...
  • Barry Jacobs: Why Duke-UNC rivalry starts so late this year

    So this is what it's come to. The first Duke-North Carolina meeting of the year will occur Wednesday in Durham, N.C., with the ACC regular season nearly two-thirds complete. The return match will come in Chapel Hill, N.C., on March 7. At this rate, if...
  • Zach Auguste's return has Notre Dame thinking big again

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — It was a strange feeling for Zach Auguste. Like guard Jerian Grant a season ago, Auguste was stuck watching Notre Dame on television because of an academic matter when he could have been playing Jan. 14 at Georgia Tech. "It...
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  • Are ACC's home courts more imposing than old Big East's?

    Are ACC's home courts more imposing than old Big East's?
    Virginia has won 20 consecutive home basketball games. Moreover, the Cavaliers have won 20 straight at John Paul Jones Arena versus ACC opponents. Duke’s home winning streak was 41 games prior to last week’s loss to Miami. Virginia Tech...
  • UCF, Duke get offer ball rolling for Osceola 2016 OL Parker Braun

    UCF, Duke get offer ball rolling for Osceola 2016 OL Parker Braun
    Kissimmee Osceola offensive tackle Parker Braun had a few college football scholarship offers under his belt. Liberty and Army had been the first ones on board for the 6-foot-4, 275-pound Braun. Tuesday, however, started what will likely be a snowball...
  • Legendary UNC coach Dean Smith dies at 83

    Former North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith, who had a Hall of Fame career, was beloved by his players and became one of the nation's most revered sports figures, died Saturday evening in Chapel Hill, N.C., according to a statement released by the...
  • Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?

     Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?
    Recruits are signed, draft intentions known, schedules unveiled. Courtesy of academics, injury and tomfoolery, much can, and likely will, change before ACC football 2015 kicks off, but the picture has cleared since Pittsburgh's epic bowl collapse closed...
  • Lafayette football coach favors earlier signing day

    Lafayette football coach favors earlier signing day
    Some leftover thoughts from Wednesday’s football signing day at Lafayette College. MOVE THE SIGNING DATE FORWARD Football coach Frank Tavani said he would favor an earlier signing date, which would lessen the amount of time a coach has to...
  • Cook leads No. 4 Duke to 72-66 win over Georgia Tech, making Coach K winningest ACC coach

    Mike Krzyzewski tore off his jacket, he slapped the floor, he gestured toward the crowd — anything to spark his emotionally spent Duke players. And then his lone scholarship senior got rolling and saved the fourth-ranked Blue Devils. Quinn Cook...
  • ODU football recruiting class heavy on defense, skill positions

    Old Dominion’s second full Football Bowl Subdivision recruiting class is heavy on defense and offensive versatility, as the coaching staff again worked regionally to supplement in-state efforts. The Monarchs signed 16 players Wednesday on National...