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  • Penn State men's basketball team on fire heading into trip to PPL Center

    Penn State men's basketball team on fire heading into trip to PPL Center
    For the past few years, Pat Chambers has traveled around Pennsylvania as part of Penn State's coaching caravan. The support he saw in the Lehigh Valley stuck with him. So when Russ Potts Productions, Inc. reached out to Chambers about playing a game...
  • Learning patience pays off for Notre Dame's Tarean Folston

    Learning patience pays off for Notre Dame's Tarean Folston
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — For Tarean Folston, patience was the virtue he had to cultivate. As part of a three-man Notre Dame backfield, the sophomore tailback needed it to bide his time between carries early in the season as he shared touches with senior...
  • College football on TV: What to watch this weekend

    Each week our national college football writer describes how he would handle the television remote on the weekend, handicapping what's worth watching, and skipping: FRIDAY Houston (6-4) at Southern Methodist (0-10) 9 a.m., CBS Sports Network (CBSSN)...
  • Stanford and Oregon are two familiar stumbling blocks for UCLA

    Stanford and Oregon are two familiar stumbling blocks for UCLA
    UCLA has accomplished a lot the last three seasons. The Bruins have won in Utah. The Bruins have won at Berkeley. The Bruins beat USC — and beat 'em and beat 'em. Those were all things that had temporarily been removed from the UCLA football...
  • Letters: UCLA goes from big win to a big loss

    Letters: UCLA goes from big win to a big loss
    USC beat Stanford and UCLA beat USC, therefore, the Bruins should … show up in their own stadium when a trip to the conference championship game is on the line! Ron Reeve Glendora :: UCLA's dreams of playing for a national title were just...
  • It'll take a great college football Saturday to top a very good Friday

    OK, Saturday, take your best shot, because the Friday after Thanksgiving set a high bar. It started with Western Kentucky handing Marshall its first defeat by a basketball score of 67-66. The Hilltoppers won in overtime when they gambled on, and...
  • Central Florida Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

    Central Florida shut out South Florida 16-0 Friday afternoon to keep their American Athletic Conference title hopes alive. Rannell Hall rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown and Micah Reed added 58 yards on the ground as UCF (8-3, 6-1 American) defeated...
  • UCLA brings back old, familiar feeling of close but not good enough

    UCLA brings back old, familiar feeling of close but not good enough
    Same old, same rolled. The Ghost of UCLA Gassed swooped back down upon the Rose Bowl on Friday in the continuation of a nightmare that has transcended eras, outlived coaches and consistently awakened Bruins fans into a cold sweat. Stop me if you've...
  • Eight would be great for Steve Sarkisian and USC against Notre Dame

    Steve Sarkisian is aware of the label. He heard it often enough during his five seasons at Washington when his teams struggled to reach the eight-win plateau. Seven-win Sark. Asked this week if it bothered him, USC's first-year coach said, "Not at...
  • Cody Kessler and USC beat the fight right out of Irish in 49-14 romp

    Cody Kessler and USC beat the fight right out of Irish in 49-14 romp
    Notre Dame took a 24-0 lead on USC in 1974 at the Coliseum and everyone thought the game was over. It wasn't. USC took a 35-0 lead on Notre Dame on Saturday at the Coliseum and everyone thought the game was over. It was. This classic...
  • An Expert Opinion: UConn Missing That Leadership In Crunch Time

    An Expert Opinion: UConn Missing That Leadership In Crunch Time
    ESTERO, Fla. — Lin Dunn retired as coach of the Indiana Fever after the 2014 season, ending a career that spanned five decades in women's basketball as a player and coach. She went out on top with her induction to the women's basketball Hall of...