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  • Damion Lee narrows transfer choices to five schools, including Maryland

    Drexel senior Damion Lee, seeking to transfer and play one year as a graduate student, cut his list of potential landing spots to five schools Sunday, and Maryland remains in play. Lee (Calvert Hall) tweeted his choices alphabetically: Arizona, Gonzaga,...
  • Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves

    Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves
    When Florida went looking for a football coach in 1959, there were no clandestine flights in private jets. No top-secret meeting to escape the media. University president J. Wayne Reitz made some calls and set up a lunch with Georgia Tech assistant...
  • Va. student earns admission to all eight Ivy League schools (and a few more, too)

    Even at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, a top-ranked magnet school in Alexandria, Va., senior Pooja Chandrashekar stands out among her brainiac peers. She's got a 4.57 grade-point average, scored a 2390 (out of 2400) on...
  • Ray Graves, father of modern-day Florida Gators football, dies at 96

    Ray Graves, father of modern-day Florida Gators football, dies at 96
    The 1960s were known as the Silver Sixties for University of Florida football. The man who made them shine died Friday morning. Ray Graves passed away at an assisted-living facility in Clearwater. He was 96. Graves took over the Gators in 1960 and...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Apprentice coach Cave gains 600th victory on Wilber's walk-off homer

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Collin Wilber belted a two-run homer with one out in the 11th inning, giving Apprentice School's Bryan Cave his 600th coaching victory as the Builders (17-12) defeated Virginia Wesleyan 9-7 at War Memorial Stadium. Sam Massie...
  • Former Gators coach Ray Graves dead at age 96

    Former Gators coach Ray Graves dead at age 96
    Former Gators football coach and athletic director Ray Graves died Friday morning in Tampa at the age of 96. Graves helped put Florida football on the map during the 1960s with a 10-6 win in 1963 at Alabama against Bear Bryant, the program's first...
  • In 'monstrous' decision, Maryland forward Jake Layman returning for his senior year

    In 'monstrous' decision, Maryland forward Jake Layman returning for his senior year
    A remarkable turnaround year for the Maryland men’s basketball team continued with another positive move Thursday, when junior forward Jake Layman announced he would return for his final season in College Park. Layman’s decision comes two...
  • Statement from Lutron on the passing of founder Joel Spira

    Statement from Lutron on the passing of founder Joel Spira
    In Memoriam: Lutron Chairman and Founder Joel Spira  The Lutron family is deeply saddened to announce that Joel Spira, the company’s Chairman, Founder, and Director of Research, died this morning, Wednesday, April 8, 2015.  Starting from a...
  • Navy football program keeping up with the Joneses in recruiting

    Navy joined a growing trend in college football three years ago when it hired Sean Magee as director of player personnel. Magee, a former offensive lineman for the Midshipmen, is charged with developing, implementing and managing the strategic...
  • As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'

    As season ends, Terps feel 'this is just the beginning of a bright future'
    A year ago, the exodus was about to begin at Maryland. Five scholarship players with remaining eligibility left the program after a 17-15 season that concluded with the Terps failing to reach the postseason for the second time in Mark Turgeon's three...
  • At Penn State, James Franklin praises coaching stability

    At Penn State, James Franklin praises coaching stability
    Bob Shoop, Penn State's defensive coordinator, interviewed with LSU in January, a moment he lamented having gone public. Defensive line coach Sean Spencer's offer came more quietly. Spencer, according to Penn State coach James Franklin, turned down an...