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  • UCF President John Hitt plans on O'Leary coaching for a 'good, long while'

    UCF President John Hitt plans on O'Leary coaching for a 'good, long while'
    When I asked UCF president John Hitt on Monday about Fox Sports recently reporting that football coach George O'Leary might step down after the season-opening game against Penn State, Hitt actually let out an audible laugh. "Coach O'Leary would never...
  • Nine Penn State trustees want consent decree revoked as part of potential NCAA settlement

    Nine Penn State trustees want consent decree revoked as part of potential NCAA settlement
    Penn State's board of trustees has scheduled a special meeting, at which a group of alumni-elected trustees are prepared to ask for the NCAA sanctions to be terminated. The board will meet Wednesday morning to discuss settlement negotiations between the...
  • Bernhardt family keeps close despite distance created by athletic careers

    Bernhardt family keeps close despite distance created by athletic careers
    The question was simple: When was the last time your whole family was together? Not for the Bernhardt family. The answer included a lot of "Ums," "I thinks" and "Maybes" before Jim Bernhardt pinned down a three-day period in July, when he, his wife,...
  • Two inspiring stories to serve as captains for Penn State-Rutgers game

    Two inspiring stories to serve as captains for Penn State-Rutgers game
    Penn State and Rutgers have devised an appealing way to recognize Adam Taliaferro and Eric LeGrand. The schools announced Tuesday that the former football players, whose careers ended because of spinal injuries, will serve as honorary captains for the...
  • Michael Mann has been unfairly criticized

    There have been a number of recent letters to the editor regarding attempts to silence scientists. I believe the best example of these efforts is Michael Mann. For years, the prominent professor of meteorology at Penn State has had to fend off efforts...
  • Franklin opens Penn State run chasing cohesion

    The Sports Xchange Franklin opens Penn State run chasing cohesion STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- In James Franklin's experience, sometimes the wrong play call isn't always a bad thing if every guy on the defense is carrying out that assignment. "A lot of times,...
  • Schedule sets up nicely for Iowa

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Iowa - INSIDE SLANT Iowa had a bounce-back season in 2013 with an 8-5 record and a strong finish that included a big win at Nebraska in the regular-season finale before a loss to LSU in the Outback Bowl. The...
  • The Sports Xchange: Big Ten newcomers to watch

    The Sports Xchange The Sports Xchange: Big Ten newcomers to watch The Sports Xchange polled its college football correspondents in the Big Ten to identify the top newcomers in the conference. One player who could be a star from the opening snap is...
  • Southern Lehigh's Terlingo ready to contribute for Lions

    Andrew Terlingo acknowledged the experience gap Penn State's offensive line must address, though he's convinced talent will compensate. "I wish the naysayers could sit in our meeting rooms and really observe," the Southern Lehigh graduate said. "We have...
  • Four locals named to U.S. U-19 women's lacrosse training team

    Four locals named to U.S. U-19 women's lacrosse training team
    Four local players -- McDonogh's Brindi Griffin and Andie Aldave, Roland Park's Francesca Whitehurst and Maryvale's Miranda Ibello -- are among 25 girls selected for the U.S. Under-19 traning team, 18 of whom will go for a fifth straight title at the 2015...
  • Though the round 'was not fun,' Saucon Valley's Mattare qualifies for U.S. Mid-Amateur

    Though the round 'was not fun,' Saucon Valley's Mattare qualifies for U.S. Mid-Amateur
    After making bogey during any other round of golf, Matt Mattare often pauses to remind himself what he'd be doing at work. Not Monday, though. During what he called "far and away the most stressful" round he has played, Mattare tensed at the thought...