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  • Tour of infamous Irish prison gives UCF players perspective ahead of Penn State game

    Tour of infamous Irish prison gives UCF players perspective ahead of Penn State game
    DUBLIN — Deion Green solemnly shook his head when the tour guide described the atrocities that transpired at Kilmainham Gaol — a historically infamous Irish prison that has been turned into a museum in the heart of Dublin. This is the...
  • NCAAF roundup: QB Sims reportedly to start for Alabama

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF roundup: QB Sims reportedly to start for Alabama Blake Sims will start at quarterback for Alabama on Saturday, according to CBSSports.com. Alabama, ranked No. 2 in the nation by the Associated Press, opens the season against...
  • Major conferences face numbers crunch in college football playoff

    Something to ponder over a holiday travel weekend as college football's four-team playoff prepares for takeoff: the flight is overbooked. Do the math: Five power conferences are essentially battling for four spots, meaning at least one highly...
  • UCLA football, hopes in clouds but feet on ground, opens at Virginia

    UCLA receiver Jordan Payton gets the question on campus sometimes. When someone asks him about winning the national title, "I keep my headphones on and keep walking," Payton joked. That thought, though, is never far from the Bruins. "The national...
  • PRESS BOX: O'Bannon laywers seek $52.4 million in fees

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: O'Bannon laywers seek $52.4 million in fees College basketball Lawyers for the plaintiffs in the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit against the NCAA are seeking $52.4 million in attorneys' fees. The plaintiffs won a 5-year-old suit...
  • UF evaluation: Keys to the Gators season

    UF evaluation: Keys to the Gators season
    The Florida Gators are eager to compete for a remarkable turn-around and vie for an SEC title. Here's closer look at the 2014 UF team on and off the field: Five players to watch • Jeff Driskel, Quarterback ¿The Buzz: Coach Will Muschamp had...
  • FSU ranked No. 1, Seminoles boast talent to repeat as national champions

    FSU ranked No. 1, Seminoles boast talent to repeat as national champions
    The Orlando Sentinel’s college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2014 season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our...
  • Defensive lineman Jihad Ward living his dream at Illinois

     Defensive lineman Jihad Ward living his dream at Illinois
    CHAMPAIGN — Last year, Jihad Ward traveled more than two hours on public transportation to football practice. Now he's just across campus. Last year, Ward applied for welfare assistance to afford food and lessen the burden on his mother. Now he...
  • Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer: National title hopes increase with more teams at the party

    It all happened so fast. That's how Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer remembers the magical 1999 season that ended with Virginia Tech coming up short 46-29 against Florida State in the Sugar Bowl for the Bowl Championship Series national title. He...
  • Recipe for college football championships begins with right people

    They've won championships and playoff games and major bowls. They've started from scratch and elevated existing programs to new heights. They've done it with offense, with defense and with special teams. Successful college football programs abound in...
  • ODU's Bobby Wilder: 2 components met, 1 still to go

    Old Dominion rates high in administrative support and facilities, two areas cited by coaches and administrators as primary components of championship-caliber programs. Those two factors were practically a given, since the school decided to resurrect the...