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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Expanded ACC likely to play nine conference football games, retain Atlantic, Coastal divisions

    Expanded ACC likely to play nine conference football games, retain Atlantic, Coastal divisions
    In the wake of its expansion, the ACC expects more television revenue from ESPN. The network, in turn, wants more conference football and men's basketball games. How many more, and how newcomers Syracuse and Pittsburgh will affect the ACC's divisional...
  • 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...
  • Bowl predictions: Separating the winners from losers

    Bowl predictions: Separating the winners from losers
    You can try this cold turkey, but picking bowl-game winners is my job. While you're at work solving world problems, I'm doing full time what you do in your spare time. Some years are better than others. The general rule is to look for motivation in each...
  • Trojans are bad; fans are mad at Lane Kiffin; is Pat Haden listening?

    Trojans are bad; fans are mad at Lane Kiffin; is Pat Haden listening?
    Two games into the 2013 season, there are two words that perfectly describe the state of the USC football program. They are two words that echoed through the bowels of the Coliseum late Saturday night, two words chanted by thousands of voices, two words...
  • Urban Meyer puts Ohio State on cream puff diet, leaves bitter taste

    Unbuckling the mailbag: Question: I hope you and the media start a campaign to stop the NCAA scheduling these massacre football games. It is a scam, a sham and a shame. . . . Urban Meyer has the guts leading, 55-0, to go for it on fourth and six? He...
  • Beamer's hiring 25 years ago inspired, historic for Hokies, Baughman

    <big>Beamer's hiring 25 years ago inspired, historic for Hokies, Baughman</big>
    The bedsheet banner, hanging outside a Jamerson Center window, begged him to stay. "Dutch Don't Go We Need U" But Dale T. "Dutch" Baughman is a cowboy by birth and a rebel at heart. After six contentious months as Virginia Tech's athletic director, he...
  • Oscars speeches: Honestly sincere, or expertly faked?

    Oscars speeches: Honestly sincere, or expertly faked?
    Los Angeles looks lush. But as often noted, it is actually an arid wasteland where nothing but artifice and self-interest sprouts naturally. That's the cynical, archetypal reading. For instance, two thirds of the way into Nathanael West's cynical,...
  • Gaming grows up: A video game revolution

    Gaming grows up: A video game revolution
    The video game is 40. Its exact birthday is arguable. Cultural historians likely would date its origins further back, roughly a decade or two; prototypes of arcade games flourished in university computer labs in the 1950s. But “Pong,” the...
  • Historic, melancholy games for Hanlan, Green in ACC tournament

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Olivier Hanlan's season-high was 26 points. So the notion of the Boston College freshman scoring 26 more than Erick Green on Thursday bordered on preposterous. Green, after all, leads the nation in scoring. He is the ACC...