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  • Texas rallies but fall short against Iowa State

    AMES, Iowa Texas fans are appropriately geeked up that football recruiting is trending in an upward fashion. The Longhorns basketball team is going the other way. A team ranked sixth nationally in December is now tied for sixth in the Big 12 standings...
  • Sophomores lead the way in No. 7 Terps women's 84-74 win at Indiana

    Sophomores lead the way in No. 7 Terps women's 84-74 win at Indiana
    The Maryland women's basketball team continues to cruise through its new conference. The Terps won their 11th straight game Sunday, defeating Indiana, 84-74, to remain unbeaten in Big Ten Conference play (17-2, 8-0). Sophomore Brionna Jones (Aberdeen)...
  • Gators plan to build an indoor practice facility for football

    Gators plan to build an indoor practice facility for football
    The Florida Gators new era in football under coach Jim McElwain will include a new, $15 million indoor practice facility. The school soon will break ground on the easternmost of three fields at the Sanders Football Practice Fields. UF hopes to...
  • Shannon Ryan's Big Ten basketball rankings

     Shannon Ryan's Big Ten basketball rankings
    1. Wisconsin (18-2, 6-1; 1): Frank Kaminsky scored 22 points, including eight in overtime, to hold off Michigan. Up next: Saturday at Iowa. 2. Maryland (18-3, 6-2; 2):Should Maryland have needed a last-second tip-in to beat Northwestern? No. But count...
  • Colonial Athletic Association men's lacrosse outlook for 2015

    Colonial Athletic Association men's lacrosse outlook for 2015
    Team on top: Only three programs have captured back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association titles, and Drexel will try to become the first repeat champion since Delaware won in 2010 and 2011. The Dragons graduated five starters from last year’s squad...
  • Virginia Tech basketball searches for hope amid extended ACC spiral

     Virginia Tech basketball searches for hope amid extended ACC spiral
    Virginia and ESPN confirmed Wednesday that the network's College GameDay carnival will encamp in Charlottesville for the Cavaliers' Jan. 31 collision against Duke. Suffice to say, the show's only other basketball appearance in the state was memorable....
  • Pete Carroll: Wrong Coach For Pats, Right Coach For Seahawks

    PHOENIX — When Bill Parcells decided that he wanted to shop for his own groceries, the Patriots looked for the anti-Tuna. Owner Robert Kraft found it in Pete Carroll, a youthful, enthusiastic coach who was two years removed from a disastrous...
  • Calm before the storm for No. 2 Virginia prior to Saturday's game against No. 4 Duke

    Slouched in a metal folding chair Sunday in Virginia Tech's visiting team locker room that doubles as a sticky, painted cinder block closet, Virginia's Malcolm Brogdon seemed to be in his comfort zone. He was already getting used to the idea of being...
  • Northwestern's Dave Sobolewski handles demotion like a pro

    Northwestern's Dave Sobolewski handles demotion like a pro
    Point guard Dave Sobolewski is a senior captain for Northwestern. His face adorns promotional posters around Evanston. Coach Chris Collins calls him one of the team's most important players. The Benet product started every game as a freshman, posted...
  • FLASHBACK: In 2000, Parkland girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong joins the 300-win club

    FLASHBACK: In 2000, Parkland girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong joins the 300-win club
    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. January 26 2005—John Donmoyer becomes the third local member of the 500-win club among boys basketball coaches when Moravian Academy beats...
  • Monday's local college basketball roundup: Hampton women rout South Carolina State 88-53; Malia Tate-DeFreitas eclipses 1,000-point mark

    Women's basketball: After seeing its long win streak against MEAC opposition end over the weekend, Malia Tate-DeFreitas helped Hampton start a new one in resounding fashion. Tate-DeFreitas, a sophomore, scored a career-high 37 points and eclipsed 1,...