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  • USC fires Lane Kiffin as football coach

    USC fires Lane Kiffin as football coach
    Lane Kiffin, who has coached USC’s football team since 2010, has been relieved of his duties, Athletic Director Pat Haden announced early Sunday. Kiffin was fired hours after the Trojans lost to Arizona State, 62-41, at Tempe, Ariz. The loss...
  • Plaschke: USC had no choice but to fire Lane Kiffin

    Plaschke: USC had no choice but to fire Lane Kiffin
    In the wee hours after a game in which it had been finally and completely transformed into something else, something small and embarrassing and even irrelevant, the USC football program has finally been slapped with some sense. Pat Haden has fired...
  • Al Golden shares his thoughts on coaching, motivation and what makes Miami unique

    Despite the uncertainty still lingering over Miami’s program because of a lengthy NCAA investigation, the Miami Hurricanes are off to their best start since 2004. As Miami prepares to face North Carolina in a Thursday night matchup of ACC...
  • Microscopic Mona Lisa reproduction, created on a bet

    Microscopic Mona Lisa reproduction, created on a bet
    Scientists at Georgia Tech have created a Mona Lisa reproduction about 30 microns wide, or about one-third the width of a human hair. The team also created a few microscopic Ansel Adams landscape reproductions as well, but copyright issues prevented the...
  • Coaching in NFL and college is the same, only WAY different

    Coaching in NFL and college is the same, only WAY different
    They coach the same game, with the same-sized fields and same oblong ball. They both wear whistles, headsets and sunglasses that hide sleep-starved eyes closer to Xs than O's. But the difference between being a head football coach in college and the NFL...
  • USC's Lane Kiffin still making calls; Pat Haden makes one too

    Lane Kiffin finally made the call. Throughout the off-season and spring practice, USC's football coach evaluated whether he should keep or relinquish play-calling responsibilities for the 2013 season. With training camp set to open Aug. 3, Kiffin...
  • 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...
  • Players protest NCAA rules by marking their game gear

    This could be the start of something big. Or it could just cause for football fans to wonder why so many players are suddenly such big supporters of the Kwik-E-Mart clerk on "The Simpsons." Some players from Georgia, Georgia Tech and Northwestern...
  • 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...
  • Friday's multi-sport college roundup: ODU coach's son Jeff Jones makes U.Va. team as walk-on

    Men’s basketball: Jeff Jones, a 6-foot-6 Virginia freshman forward whose namesake father is Old Dominion’s head coach, is among the walk-ons to make the U.Va. team. He averaged 13.6 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game as a high...
  • 'Rapebait' email shows ugly side of fraternity culture

     'Rapebait' email shows ugly side of fraternity culture
    Americans have long turned to the "Dummies" and "Complete Idiot's Guide" series to fill in their know-how gaps. Each edition provides explanations and tips in easy to understand, systematic fashion. The tongue-in-cheek titles succeed because they're...