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  • NCAA ordered to defend 'joint defense privilege' argument in regards to Penn State fine

    Commonwealth Court wants to hear the NCAA's side of an argument about a new kind of privilege. On Monday, attorneys for state Sen. Jake Corman, R-Benner Township, filed a motion asking the court to rule on the "joint defense privilege" being put forth by...
  • Questions about Hoke's future overshadow rivalry

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Michigan - INSIDE SLANT When it came to discussing the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry, Wolverines center Jack Miller wasn't shy about discussing his feelings about it. Instead, he was diplomatic. "I'm not a fan of...
  • Millen to Penn State's Hackenberg: Hang in there

    Millen to Penn State's Hackenberg: Hang in there
    Matt Millen was a fan of Christian Hackenberg's long before last week's game at Illinois. Nothing that happened in Penn State's 16-14 loss compelled Millen to change his mind. In fact, Millen suggested that critics of the sophomore quarterback take a...
  • Vows of simplicity: Couple says 'I do' during weekly worship service

    AKRON, Ohio When the Rev. Kent Wartick preached about Christian marriage during his sermon Sunday morning at Faith Lutheran Church in Kent, Ohio, congregants didn't have to look far for a real-life example. Minutes earlier, newlyweds Justin and Stephanie...
  • There were highs and lows aplenty during Big Ten season

    There were highs and lows aplenty during Big Ten season
    Let's all breathe a sigh of relief. The wussification of America is not complete. Gary Andersen scared us there with his Monday comments regarding the Paul Bunyan Axe. The Wisconsin coach said that the axe, a super-cool trophy awarded to the Minnesota-...
  • After big week, future bright for Randy Edsall and Terps football program

    After big week, future bright for Randy Edsall and Terps football program
    Maryland coach Randy Edsall turned back to the Terps' sideline and tossed his headset about 20 feet into the air before walking toward midfield at Michigan Stadium with both arms raised triumphantly. This was more than just a win. This was the...
  • Girls basketball blog: Area's top players heading east for college

    Girls basketball blog: Area's top players heading east for college
    Bishop McNamara senior point guard Khadaizha Sanders will follow other highly recruited players from the area by attending college on the East Coast. Sanders signed her letter-of-intent Wednesday to play for Rutgers and coach C. Vivian Stringer. She...
  • Preview: Akron at Penn State

    Having specialized in close games of late, Penn State shouldn't expect much of a breather when it faces visiting Akron on Tuesday. After opening the season with a pair of comfortable victories, the Nittany Lions played three straight nail-biters in the...
  • Rivalry recalled: UW and Minnesota last played for Big Ten title 52 years ago

    MADISON, Wis. Pat Richter hasn't forgotten the last time Wisconsin and Minnesota both had legitimate championship aspirations when they met on the football field. "Fifty-two years ago," Richter said. Nov. 24, 1962. Richter was a senior end on the No. 3...
  • For Penn State, this is what sanctioned football looks like

    Penn State receivers Eugene Lewis and DaeSean Hamilton combined for 19 catches in the season-opener against Central Florida. The last three games, they've had 14, including one each in Saturday's loss to Illinois. After the game, quarterback Christian...
  • George O'Leary wants next UCF football coach to maintain culture of the program

    George O'Leary wants next UCF football coach to maintain culture of the program
    Retirement has become a popular buzz word surrounding 68-year-old UCF football coach George O’Leary this season. One national media outlet reported O’Leary, who is in his 11th season with the Knights, strongly considered retiring after the...