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  • UCLA basketball: Bruins dust off series with Oklahoma in Bahamas

    UCLA leaves the country this basketball season, playing in the Bahamas. The Bruins will get Oklahoma in the first round of the Battle 4 Atlantis on Nov. 26. They have never lost to the Sooners, going 3-0. Of course, UCLA has not played Oklahoma...
  • On eve of Hall of Fame induction, Gary Williams still emotional about Maryland career

    On eve of Hall of Fame induction, Gary Williams still emotional about Maryland career
    A few months after Maryland men's basketball star Len Bias died from a cocaine overdose in June 1986, and a few days after Dunbar High coach Bob Wade was named to replace Lefty Driesell as coach, a reporter called Gary Williams to ask whether he would...
  • PRESS BOX: Power 5 ruling triggers storm of debate

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Power 5 ruling triggers storm of debate The tangible impact of the landmark change by the NCAA to allow the 65 schools in the five power conferences to write many of their own rules will not be felt for some time, but the...
  • NCAA loses Ed O'Bannon case: Judge rules college players can get share of revenue

    A federal judge ruled against the NCAA on Friday, opening the door for college athletes to share in licensing revenue. The ruling by U.S. District judge Claudia Wilken in the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit allows for trust funds to be established for college...
  • UCLA flood: More than 300 damaged cars can be picked up Tuesday

    UCLA flood: More than 300 damaged cars can be picked up Tuesday
    About 340 cars damaged by a massive flood at UCLA will be available for pickup by their owners Tuesday morning at parking lots next to Jackie Robinson Stadium, a university spokesman said. The vehicles will be available Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m....
  • UConn Women's Nonconference Schedule Includes Notre Dame, Stanford

    UConn Women's Nonconference Schedule Includes Notre Dame, Stanford
    Traditional rivals Notre Dame and Stanford will again highlight UConn's nonconference women's basketball schedule this season as the Huskies attempt to win a third straight national championship. The nonconference schedule comprises 12 games, four at...
  • Medical reasons force Navy linebacker Maika Polamalu to retire

    Navy football Medical reasons force LB Polamalu to retire Navy football senior Maika Polamalu has been forced to retire from the team because of medical reasons. Coach Ken Niumatalolo confirmed after Tuesday's practice that team doctors determined...
  • Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees

    Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees
    The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame added nine individuals and a team on Friday night at the induction ceremony in Springfield, Mass., and one of the most grateful to be there was Alonzo Mourning. Mourning and former NBA commissioner David Stern were...
  • Youth Basketball: Mariners reigns supreme

    Youth Basketball: Mariners reigns supreme
    Mariners Elementary defeated Habor View, 37-34, in the championship game of the inaugural Coast Classic youth boys' basketball tournament for players ages 9-10, completed Sunday at UC Irvine's Crawford Court. Harbor View led most of the way, but...
  • Saturday's multi-sport local roundup: Boo Williams' 17-and-under squad advances to Peach Jam semifinals, but 16U squad falls

    Basketball: The Boo Williams AAU program's top boys team, the 17-and-under group, earned a spot in Sunday morning's semifinals of the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League's Peach Jam -- which are televised on ESPNU -- with a pair of victories Saturday in...
  • College football enters a new playoff world

    It took a hundred years, but college football finally caved to the faucet drip of public persistence by agreeing to stage a four-team playoff starting this season. Fare thee well to mythical champions crowned by wire services, matrices and wing nuts....