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  • Talented, troubled Barnes dies at 62

    The Sports Xchange Talented, troubled Barnes dies at 62 Marvin Barnes, a talented but troubled player who led Providence to the 1973 Final Four, has died at the age of 62, according to the Providence Journal. The cause of death was not specified....
  • Women's Soccer Preview: UCI's schedule front-loaded

    A UC Irvine women's soccer program coming off a pair of disappointing finishes the last two seasons, is facing an imposing start in 2014. Coach Scott Juniper's Anteaters, who were eliminated in the semifinals of the Big West Conference Tournament and...
  • The Josh Shaw case: Another sign that big-college football must go

    The joke around Southern California long has been that Los Angeles doesn't need an NFL team because it already has a pro franchise -- USC football. The Josh Shaw case is another indication that the joke's on USC. We reported recently, in connection with...
  • Maryland hires Logan Aronhalt and John Auslander as graduate assistants

    Maryland hires Logan Aronhalt and John Auslander as graduate assistants
    Both Logan Aronhalt and John Auslander began their college basketball careers at other schools before coming to Maryland. But they will start their coaching careers with the Terps. Both were officially added to Mark Turgeon’s coaching staff...
  • Rigdon still connecting on court

    Rigdon still connecting on court
    When he was starring at Mater Dei High, then playing at UC Irvine and Arizona, which he helped reach the 1994 Final Four, Dylan Rigdon was always a sharpshooting threat from long range. But as the director of the Eastside Elite Basketball Academy in...
  • Virginia, Virginia Tech face stout road tests in ACC men's basketball season

    BLACKSBURG — Virginia will have to manage two particularly challenging stretches of Atlantic Coast Conference men’s basketball games if it hopes to repeat as conference champions, while Virginia Tech must get used to road life early and late...
  • Mike Jensen: New method of determining a college football champ isn't perfect, but it's the best yet

    The first reminder we're starting a new era of college football: The national championship game won't be at the Rose Bowl or in New Orleans or Miami or any other site of the traditional big bowls. On Jan. 12, everybody will watch the action from the...
  • Women's Soccer: Chanel Johnson Emerging As A Force For UofH

    WEST HARTFORD — Chanel Johnson, a senior midfielder on the Hartford women's soccer team, is bashful. She sums up her development over the past four years by saying she's stronger and faster and smarter, and adds that there might even be a noticeable...
  • 'Canes hoops team announces ACC schedule

    'Canes hoops team announces ACC schedule
    With plenty of talented newcomers on the roster, expectations are high for Miami’s basketball team. And now the Hurricanes know when they’ll face some of their biggest tests. The ACC released its conference schedule on Wednesday and...
  • U.S. and Spain on course for World Cup showdown

    BELGRADE (Reuters) - A much-weakened United States should still be strong enough at least to reach the final of the 2014 basketball World Cup, which begins in Spain on Saturday. The holders, together with the hosts, will be strong favorites to reach...
  • PRESS BOX: Irving gets start at PG vs. Slovenia

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Irving gets start at PG vs. Slovenia Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers will start at point guard for Team USA on Tuesday against Slovenia in its final tuneup heading into the FIBA World Cup. Coach Mike Krzyzewski...