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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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Jameis Winston's conduct hearing concludes, decision expected in 2-3 weeks

    Jameis Winston's conduct hearing concludes, decision expected in 2-3 weeks
    TALLAHASSEE — Jameis Winston's highly publicized code of conduct hearing concluded after two days, with the star quarterback giving his most extensive defense to date following sexual-assault allegations. At various times, the hearing was called a...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • David Wilson returns to Virginia Tech to continue post-NFL academic and athletic life

    David Wilson returns to Virginia Tech to continue post-NFL academic and athletic life
    BLACKSBURG — His days of putting on pads and a jersey may be behind him long before they should’ve been, but David Wilson still has an uncanny sense of timing on a football field. Late in the second quarter last Saturday in Virginia Tech&...
  • Health: A New Face On Medical Care

    Health: A New Face On Medical Care
    Robots bathing patients, storefront medical clinics and nurses conducting procedures once done by doctors. The future of health care is bound to include practices that might surprise us today but will be commonplace 50 years from now. When hasn't that...
  • 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...