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  • SEC announces football scheduling format, will stick with eight games

    SEC announces football scheduling format, will stick with eight games
    The SEC's long-awaited plans for future scheduling in football ultimately will not change the teams the Florida Gators face each season. The SEC announced Sunday evening members schools agreed to continue to play eight conference opponents each season....
  • Humble start for Ravens' first-round pick C.J. Mosley

    Humble start for Ravens' first-round pick C.J. Mosley
    C.J. Mosley was exhausted, the day's events clearly taking a toll. The walk down the red carpet and into Radio City Music Hall was more unsettling than anything he did during the tedious pre-draft process. The two-plus-hour stay in the green room,...
  • Expansion helps SEC dominate first round of NFL draft

    Expansion helps SEC dominate first round of NFL draft
    Just what the Southeastern Conference needed: more bragging rights. Not only has the league won nine of the last 16 national titles in football, it also clearly won conference realignment. The SEC's 11 first-round picks in Thursday's NFL draft...
  • Ravens could pick quarterback in late rounds of NFL draft

    Ravens could pick quarterback in late rounds of NFL draft
    The Ravens nearly had to replace Joe Flacco in the lineup late last season when the usually durable starting quarterback was hobbled with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee. Although Flacco managed to gut out the final two games of...
  • USC and Alabama reportedly mulling football game in 2016

    USC and Alabama, two traditional football powers who in 1970 played one of college football's most historically significant games, may open the 2016 season against each other at AT&T Stadium in Texas. "Nothing's set in stone," USC Coach Steve...
  • Ravens rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley proving to be a quick study

    Ravens rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley proving to be a quick study
    It was just a routine rookie minicamp, filled with individual and team drills with no contact work or major lasting impressions formed. From watching Ravens first-round inside linebacker C.J. Mosley drop into pass coverage and react to run plays, it was...
  • UCLA, seeking tough basketball foes, will play Gonzaga, Kentucky

     UCLA, seeking tough basketball foes, will play Gonzaga, Kentucky
    UCLA hasn't had the toughest nonconference men's basketball schedule in recent years, but that is changing. The Bruins announced Wednesday they added a sixth brand name to their early 2014-15 schedule — perennial West Coast Conference power...
  • Pac-12 football mulls move to neutral site championship game

    So much for Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott's brave, some would say brilliant, decision to hold his league's annual football championship game at the site of the team with the best record. I liked Scott's idea when he first proposed it to a small...
  • All-area softball Player of Year prepares for the challenge of playing at UF

    All-area softball Player of Year prepares for the challenge of playing at UF
    When Harmony's Lele Ocasio watched a University of Florida softball game this spring, she felt part of the team. Next year, she will be. "I can't wait to be a Gator officially," said Ocasio, the Sentinel's all-area softball Player of the Year. "It...
  • College football calls off vote on controversial rule proposal

    College football calls off vote on controversial rule proposal
    The most polarizing proposal in recent college football history was tabled Wednesday, as in shelved, one day before a NCAA rules committee was going to vote on the controversial pace-of-play issue. The rule would have penalized a team for snapping the...
  • NFL draft: First round was a no-fly zone

    NFL draft: First round was a no-fly zone
    Seattle’s victory in Super Bowl XLVIII underscored how important it is to have a solid defense, and how a top-shelf defense generally trumps a phenomenal offense. That philosophy was reflected in the NFL draft Thursday as a record nine defensive...