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  • Arizona, TCU among biggest surprises during college football season

    Arizona, TCU among biggest surprises during college football season
    This is the story of a journey that began 10 months ago. The trip was filled with unexpected twists and turns. I'm not going to lie, there were some tears were shed, but, in the end, it was worth it. For you see, it was 10 months ago that I began...
  • Patriots arrive in Cali undeterred by Packers setback

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The New England Patriots woke up in unfamiliar territory Monday morning - both literally and figuratively. In a literal sense, coach Bill Belichick's team finds itself on the West...
  • Pats OC McDaniels reportedly on Florida's short list

    The Sports Xchange Pats OC McDaniels reportedly on Florida's short list FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels could be a candidate for the vacant head coaching job at the University of Florida, according to a...
  • Barry Jacobs: Freshmen take bigger role in ACC basketball

    The way some see it, the day is fast approaching when high-level NCAA basketball will be defined first by its newest players, then by everyone else. "College basketball has been, in my judgment, the quality of the game overall, the landscape, has...
  • The University of Nebraska has mastered the 9-3 coach firing

    Nebraska has mastered the controversial football coach firing. At most places, dismissals happen for obvious reasons. The program is losing, the fans have grown apathetic, and change is the only option. But for the second time in 12 years, the...
  • No easy answers for Beamer, Virginia Tech amid decline

    Three days before this season's opening game, Virginia Tech announced a two-year contract extension for iconic football coach Frank Beamer. The Hokies promptly dismissed William and Mary and, a week later, upset No. 8 Ohio State on the road. Tech was...
  • London earned sixth year at Virginia

    London earned sixth year at  Virginia
    Even Mike London’s legion of detractors concede that his Virginia football team is demonstrably better than last season’s depths. The Cavaliers, 2-10 a year ago, enter Friday’s regular-season finale at Virginia Tech 5-6 and favored...
  • 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...
  • UCF signs 7-foot-6 Tacko Fall, America's tallest high school basketball player

    UCF signs 7-foot-6 Tacko Fall, America's tallest high school basketball player
    A little more than two years ago, Tacko Fall was a soccer player in Dakar, Senegal, who had never played basketball. Now, America's tallest high school basketball player at 7-foot-6, is a future center for the UCF's men's basketball team. "I am really...
  • Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes

    Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes
    Indya Dodson is living a life far different from what she imagined. Growing up, Dodson had designs to become an actress. But now the 18-year-old sophomore at Capitol Technology University in Laurel is studying software engineering and Web development....
  • 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...