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  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 1/17 log (updated Friday AM)

    4 a.m.    Golf: Abu Dhabi Championship third round.--Golf 8:30 a.m.    Highlights: North Carolina basketball.--MASN 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News and nnpstv.com).--NNPS 9:55 a.m.   ...
  • Okafor scores 28 in Duke's 85-62 rout of Boston College

    DURHAM, N.C. When he was back home in Chicago during the holiday break, Jahlil Okafor caught up with an old AAU teammate of his: Jabari Parker. Parker, last year's freshman phenomenon for Duke, told Okafor, this year's stud, that the beginning of ACC...
  • Terps beat Minnesota, 70-58, in Big Ten home opener

    Win or lose, this was going to be a season of firsts for the Maryland men’s basketball team in the Big Ten. So far, losing has not been part of the equation for the 12th-ranked Terps. After winning its first Big Ten game at Michigan State in...
  • Jahlil Okafor scores career-high 28 points, No. 2 Duke opens ACC play by routing BC 85-62

    The points are coming from everywhere these days for Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor — even the free-throw line. Okafor scored a career-high 28 points to lead the second-ranked Blue Devils' 85-62 rout of Boston College on Saturday. Okafor, a 50-...
  • No. 3 Virginia squanders lead, then rallies in 2 OTs to stay undefeated, beating Miami 89-80

    Virginia guard Justin Anderson was talking about his unbeaten team's latest victory when he interrupted himself to greet a locker room visitor. "I've always wanted to meet you. How are you doing?" Anderson said as he shook hands with retired NBA player...
  • Virginia rallies to defeat Miami in double-overtime

    CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Virginia guard Justin Anderson was talking about his unbeaten team's latest victory when he interrupted himself to greet a locker room visitor. “I've always wanted to meet you. How are you doing?” Anderson...
  • UM women open ACC play with win, Meier gets 250th career victory

    UM women open ACC play with win, Meier gets 250th career victory
    Her players said they had no idea Hurricanes coach Katie Meier was on the verge of a career milestone. That was probably a good thing for Miami’s opponent, Boston College. The Hurricanes didn’t look like a team that needed any kind of...
  • Sunday's local colleges roundup: ODU women win Conference USA opener, hold off Charlotte 66-57 at Constant Center

    Women’s basketball: Jennie Simms had 25 points and five rebounds in Old Dominion’s 66-57 win over Charlotte at the Ted Constant Convocation Center. ODU junior and Warwick High alum LaQuanda Younger added seven points for the Lady Monarchs...
  • On The Fly: Panthers' Rivera, Family OK After Fire

    Things have been going well on the field for the Carolina Panthers, who play the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday in an NFC division playoff game. But off the field, not so much. Quarterback Cam Newton got hurt in a car accident on Dec. 9, injuring his back...
  • U.Va. says goodbye to Max Valles and Tom O'Brien, welcomes new receivers

    U.Va. says goodbye to Max Valles and Tom O'Brien, welcomes new receivers
    Virginia's football program has had its fair share of impactful comings and goings in the past two days, but the departure of linebacker Max Valles qualifies as an unexpected change of heart. Valles, a 6-foot-5, 240-pound sophomore linebacker, decided...
  • UM women prepare to face No. 4 Notre Dame

    UM women prepare to face No. 4 Notre Dame
    CORAL GABLES — Hurricanes coach Katie Meier has noticed the extra energy over the past two days. She's seen the intensity in practice, the way her players seem even more focused than usual. And that's exactly what Meier expects from her players as...