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  • USC Now mailbag: New assistant Bob Connelly and fullbacks

    USC Now mailbag: New assistant Bob Connelly and fullbacks
    Does Coach Sarkisian personally know Coach Bob Connelly? Is he one of those coaches that’s known in coaching circles? He’s been coaching the offensive line for a while, and he doesn’t have a problem getting a job. --Peter Mota I&...
  • UCLA women advance in Pac-12 tournament with 80-62 win over Arizona

    UCLA women advance in Pac-12 tournament with 80-62 win over Arizona
    Nirra Fields scored 21 points on 10-for-16 shooting and UCLA beat Arizona, 80-62, on Thursday in the opening round of the Pac-12 women's basketball tournament. Jordin Canada and Monique Billings added 10 points apiece for the sixth-seeded Bruins (13-17)...
  • UCLA, USC open play Thursday in Pac-12 women's basketball tournament

    UCLA, USC open play Thursday in Pac-12 women's basketball tournament
    The playground in Pac-12 Conference women's basketball has long belonged to Stanford. But not this season. For the first time, the Cardinal isn't entering the conference tournament as regular-season champion. Stanford had won or shared every...
  • Pitino compares historically good U.Va., Kentucky defenses

    Pitino compares historically good U.Va., Kentucky defenses
    Rick Pitino is to college basketball defense what Gerard Basset is to wine, a man with highly refined taste and a nose for fraud. This marks the seventh time in the last eight seasons that Pitino’s Louisville Cardinals have ranked among the nation&...
  • Reader feedback March 5: Headlines, sports scores, Town Square

    Headlines too clever? • Mary Ann, Newport News: There have been many headlines in your paper that I have thought confusing, but the headline Wednesday morning tops them all. "Study: acidic waters giving us heartburn" is just plain misleading. Can...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    In this week's recruiting roundup, Stefon Diggs' little brother shows real interest in a Southeastern Conference power. Football recruiting -- Class of 2016 defensive end target Terrell Hall committed to Ohio State on Monday. -- Class of 2016 wide...
  • Five questions with Arizona's Rich Rodriguez

    Five questions with Arizona's Rich Rodriguez
    Rich Rodriguez is set to begin his fourth season as the head coach at Arizona.   The Wildcats coach saw his program put together one of its best seasons in more than a decade: a 10-win season culminating in a spot in the Fiesta Bowl – one of the...
  • Veteran coach Dick Tomey steps in to help USF football

    Veteran coach Dick Tomey steps in to help USF football
    TAMPA – On this cool February morning in Tampa among the hustle and bustle of spring football practice, Dick Tomey is right where he belongs. For nearly three decades, Tomey has wandered the sidelines as a football coach, with the job taking him to...
  • UCLA's upset plans get fouled up at No. 7 Arizona, 57-47

    UCLA's upset plans get fouled up at No. 7 Arizona, 57-47
    There was a collision above the paint, and Arizona point guard T.J. McConnell went down. UCLA guard Isaac Hamilton raised his hand and stared at the referee, as if to plead. Hamilton's hand dropped. The foul was on UCLA's Kevon Looney, his fifth. Looney...
  • UCLA players remain optimistic about chances of making NCAA tournament

    UCLA players remain optimistic about chances of making NCAA tournament
    Norman Powell knows his days at UCLA could be numbered. The Bruins' NCAA tournament chances are uncertain. Powell, the team's only senior in the regular rotation, will play his final two games at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday and Wednesday, against...
  • Tony Parker makes presence known, Bruins thrive in win over Washington

    Tony Parker makes presence known, Bruins thrive in win over Washington
    There was something missing from the UCLA basketball team over the past week or so. Something big. And that would be center Tony Parker. A virtual no-show in two recent losses, Parker returned from the land of the lost on Wednesday night, helping...