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  • With football, hoops playing well, Maryland AD Kevin Anderson sees 'some exciting days to come'

    With football, hoops playing well, Maryland AD Kevin Anderson sees 'some exciting days to come'
    Kevin Anderson was standing by watching as Maryland football coach Randy Edsall conducted an interview following the Terps' second win in their history over Penn State on Nov. 1 at Beaver Stadium. When a reporter went up to Anderson to shake his hand...
  • Pitt to announce Narduzzi as next football coach Friday

    In a move that has been rumored for days, Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi officially will be named Pitt's new football coach Friday. The school called a news conference for 3:30 p.m. Friday to "address its head football coaching...
  • Underdogs such as Virginia Tech will determine ACC's bowl success

    Eleven ACC teams are bowling in nine states, in venues from Yankee Stadium to the Rose Bowl. Agendas and stakes vary, not to mention quality of opponents. But there are three overarching storylines: **Unlike its four power-conference colleagues, the...
  • Patterson joins Saban as two-time AP coach of the year

    As he prepares to take his team to Atlanta for the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, TCU coach Gary Patterson won another award. The Associated Press named Patterson its national coach of the year, giving him his eighth such honor following the Horned Frogs'...
  • College bowl calendar takes a timeout in already surprising season

    College bowl calendar takes a timeout in already surprising season
    Christmas Day marks the deep-breath pause on this year's sprawling 39-game bowl calendar, the rest stop between the New Mexico Bowl and better tomorrows. Monday's inaugural Miami Beach Bowl, which sprang spectacularly out of nowhere during daytime...
  • College football roundup: Florida, CSU hire coordinators

    The Sports Xchange College football roundup: Florida, CSU hire coordinators New Florida coach Jim McElwain hired an offensive coordinator, and his replacement at Colorado State did the same. Doug Nussmeier officially joined the new Florida coaching...
  • Ex-Terps star Walt Williams talks about Dez Wells' return from injury

    Ex-Terps star Walt Williams talks about Dez Wells' return from injury
    Nearly a quarter-century ago, Maryland basketball star Walt Williams was in a similar situation that the team’s current stat, Dez Wells, has faced this season. In 1990-91, Williams missed more than a month of his junior year with a broken leg....
  • UConn Women's Insider: ESPN Schedule Guru's Goal To Restart Huskies-Tennessee

    UConn Women's Insider: ESPN Schedule Guru's Goal To Restart Huskies-Tennessee
    As UConn prepares to begin conference play Saturday, reality is about to set in. Last season UConn won its 18 games against American Athletic Conference opponents by average of 37.5 points. Competition is the reason scheduling non-conference powerhouses...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 12/27 log (updated Wednesday PM)

    8:30 a.m.    Highlights: North Carolina basketball, then Duke at 9.--MASN 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News and nnpstv.com).--NNPS 10 a.m.    Football: Sept. 2014: Hampton vs. Phoebus.--...
  • Clemson sees opportunity for growth in Russell Athletic Bowl

    Clemson sees opportunity for growth in Russell Athletic Bowl
    Dabo Swinney sees games like the Russell Athletic Bowl as key component to continuing the growth of Clemson football. While some see just another postseason bowl game, the Tigers coach sees it as an opportunity for not only the 42 seniors on the team to...
  • Like father, like son: Wisconsin's Ed Nuttycombe joins Charlie in U.S. track Hall of Fame

    Like father, like son: Wisconsin's Ed Nuttycombe joins Charlie in U.S. track Hall of Fame
    Nine years ago, Charlie Nuttycombe was inducted into the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He could have chosen anyone to present him, but his son, Ed, was his easy pick. Ed reminded his father that he had coached...