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  • FSU players laud John Franklin's ability to mimic Marcus Mariota, prep Seminoles' defense

    FSU players laud John Franklin's ability to mimic Marcus Mariota, prep Seminoles' defense
    TALLAHASSEE — John Franklin became a punchline among FSU players late last year. Teammates would playfully tease Franklin, then redshirting in his first year on campus, about moving to defensive back or wide receiver. Franklin heard it all...
  • Can't-Miss Field Goals? Brimah Streak On Line Vs. Duke

    Can't-Miss Field Goals? Brimah Streak On Line Vs. Duke
    STORRS — The name Jahlil Okafor jumps off the page and into every UConn fan's cereal bowl this week. But what about Ray Voelkel and Torian Oglesby? Amida Brimah never heard of them. Of course, when UConn beat Duke for the NCAA title in 1999 and...
  • U.Va.'s Anderson expands his game, finds his long-range shooting touch

    U.Va.'s Anderson expands his game, finds his long-range shooting touch
    Just a few hours before tipoff Dec. 6 in Virginia's eventual 74-59 win at Virginia Commonwealth, Justin Anderson sat in a hotel bathroom with his left ankle submerged in a sink of hot water. Though he sprained the ankle less than three days earlier in...
  • Kevin Ollie: "A Great Opportunity, and I Want Our Guys to Seize It" ... Notes, Quotes From UConn Practice

        STORRS – UConn-vs.Duke, wall-to-wall. It doesn’t happen every year, so when it does, it’s big. Thursday night is no exception. Tons of content up on courant.com now, with more to come, on the great history and the current...
  • UConn-Duke: A Storied Nine-Game History

    UConn-Duke: A Storied Nine-Game History
    UConn and Duke have played nine times. It began 50 years ago as a mismatch of basketball bluebloods vs. blue collar. Over the decades, things changed, the court leveled and scrappy UConn teams began winning their share. They don't play often enough to...
  • West Virginia AD Luck to join NCAA

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updates with official announcement West Virginia AD Luck to join NCAA West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck will resign to take a second-in-command position under NCAA president Mark Emmert. Luck, the father of...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse 2015 schedule by the numbers

    UMBC men's lacrosse 2015 schedule by the numbers
    UMBC has released its schedule for the 2015 season. Here is a breakdown of the slate that awaits the Retrievers, who went 8-7 last year and finished third in the America East conference. 10: As a redshirt freshman in 2014, goalkeeper Connor Gordon...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Jim Abromaitis, Mike Gminski, And The 1976 Game

    UConn Men's Insider: Jim Abromaitis, Mike Gminski, And The 1976 Game
    Jim Abromaitis doesn't recall the hype when he and the Huskies played Duke at Madison Square Garden Dec. 14, 1976. There was no Big East, no real UConn-Duke rivalry as yet. No Christian Laettner or Jim Calhoun. For him, there was significance in...
  • Reports: West Virginia AD Luck to join NCAA

    The Sports Xchange Reports: West Virginia AD Luck to join NCAA West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck will resign to take a second-in-command position under NCAA president Mark Emmert, according to multiple reports Wednesday. The Charleston...
  • Maryland football regular-season superlatives

    Maryland football regular-season superlatives
    Maryland's football team completed its regular season on Nov. 29 and is not practicing this week as players complete their final exams. That makes this a good time to hand out some regular-season superlatives. The Terps, who are set to play Stanford...
  • Calvert Hall graduate Damion Lee back to putting up big numbers for Drexel

    Calvert Hall graduate Damion Lee back to putting up big numbers for Drexel
    Damion Lee felt the pop in his knee as soon as he landed. An Arizona defender had cut off Lee’s baseline drive, so the 6-foot-6 Drexel guard worked back towards the free-throw line before attempting an ill-fated jump stop. Lee’s knee buckled...