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  • 'Canes, Ole Miss, South Carolina offer 2016 Oak Ridge LB Jonathan Jones

    'Canes, Ole Miss, South Carolina offer 2016 Oak Ridge LB Jonathan Jones
    Updating this post ... Jonathan Jones was also offered a scholarship by South Carolina late Wedesday afternoon.   College football scholarship offers continue to roll in for Orlando Oak Ridge 2016 linebacker Jonathan Jones, with Miami, Ole Miss and...
  • Are ACC's home courts more imposing than old Big East's?

    Are ACC's home courts more imposing than old Big East's?
    Virginia has won 20 consecutive home basketball games. Moreover, the Cavaliers have won 20 straight at John Paul Jones Arena versus ACC opponents. Duke’s home winning streak was 41 games prior to last week’s loss to Miami. Virginia Tech...
  • UConn Football: A Closer Look At 22 New Huskies (Class Of 2015)

        What’s goin on? You know about the eight walk-ons. Now, per UConn, here’s a closer look at 22 more the Huskies add to the Class of 2015 – 30 players in all.   Frank Battle | Miami, Fla. | Belen Jesuit Prep | WR | 6’...
  • Post-injury dealings contributed to cornerback Darnell Savage committing to Terps

    Post-injury dealings contributed to cornerback Darnell Savage committing to Terps
    Darnell Savage was hurt the second game of the season, suffering a broken femur that led to be a brief hospital stay and left him unable to play again during his junior season at Caravel Academy in Newark, Del. This was long before Savage established...
  • For Aquinas WR Harris, Rutgers offers right balance

    For Aquinas WR Harris, Rutgers offers right balance
    Knowing his final three choices were Michigan State, Princeton and Rutgers, it was clear St. Thomas Aquinas senior Jawuan Harris was concerned about his education. But it was more than that. The Class of 2015 receiver prospect wanted to find a home...
  • Kissimmee Gateway 2016 DB Henry Miller gets plenty of attention

    Kissimmee Gateway 2016 DB Henry Miller gets plenty of attention
    When Henry Miller was walking around the practice facility at Florida State's Jimbo Fisher Football Camp last summer, he started to draw plenty of attention. That's what happens when you are an unfamiliar face with a football physique making plays on...
  • Johns Hopkins lacrosse player found dead in dorm

    Johns Hopkins lacrosse player found dead in dorm
    Just getting accepted to Johns Hopkins University was an accomplishment for Jeremy Huber. Getting recruited to play lacrosse for a program that has won nine national championships was another thing entirely. “He was literally living out his...
  • Central Catholic grad Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman ready for increased workload at Michigan

    Central Catholic grad Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman ready for increased workload at Michigan
    For a six-week period that stretched into mid-January, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman had spent less time competing in basketball games than he could ever recall. It took the Michigan freshman 10 games to log 25 minutes, which was less playing time than...
  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents
    East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania will recognize the winners for the 2015 MLK awards, the Julianna V. Bolt Art Contest and the Boddie Scholarship during their 18th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast. The Boddie Scholarship...
  • Pioneer College Coach Has Gone Back To High School

    Pioneer College Coach Has Gone Back To High School
    STORRS — Mary Roickle's introduction to sports came at age 3. She couldn't play catch with her brothers, so she would hide next to the house and jump into the game. "As the ball would come, I would try to run out and catch it," she said. "The...
  • Poll: Women who use social media heavily report lower stress levels

    Poll: Women who use social media heavily report lower stress levels
    The fear of missing out has been greatly exaggerated. In general, people who frequently used the Internet, cellphones and social media are no more stressed than adults who used those digital technologies less or not at all, according to a poll from...