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  • FSU, Oregon leaned heavily on freshmen during run to College Football Playoff

    FSU, Oregon leaned heavily on freshmen during run to College Football Playoff
    TALLAHASSEE — FSU turned to youth as injuries forced one seasoned starter after another out of the lineup. The Seminoles were carried by true freshmen, including running back Dalvin Cook, defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi and safety Trey Marshall,...
  • Hurricanes hope for another Top 25 win when they host No. 3 Virginia

    Hurricanes hope for another Top 25 win when they host No. 3 Virginia
    — Angel Rodriguez knows the kind of opportunity the Hurricanes have in front of them. When they take the court at home on Saturday afternoon to begin ACC play, they'll do so in the national spotlight when they face not just the reigning conference...
  • Virginia, Virginia Tech turn attention to ACC slates with different mindsets

    Virginia, Virginia Tech turn attention to ACC slates with different mindsets
    As the coach of the reigning Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season and tournament champions, it's in Tony Bennett's blood to nitpick. Yet, even after Virginia's hard-fought 83-72 home win Tuesday night against Davidson, it's hard for Bennett to...
  • Hokies' comeback encourages, does not blind Williams

    BLACKSBURG — For two halves running, Virginia Tech's basketball team had been smoked like a Smithfield ham or Montecristo cigar. There was the ruinous second period Tuesday at West Virginia and Saturday's lifeless first at home versus Syracuse....
  • N.C. State, Notre Dame could challenge U.Va.'s defensive streak

    Virginia has hounded 38 consecutive ACC opponents to less than 50 percent shooting, a two-year testament to Coach Tony Bennett’s defensive principles and his players’ commitment to them. Games this week against North Carolina State and...
  • UM women prepare to face No. 4 Notre Dame

    UM women prepare to face No. 4 Notre Dame
    CORAL GABLES — Hurricanes coach Katie Meier has noticed the extra energy over the past two days. She's seen the intensity in practice, the way her players seem even more focused than usual. And that's exactly what Meier expects from her players as...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: Drexel drops stunner to D-II city rival; Williamsburg's Hornsby helps LSU upend No. 16 West Va.

    Traditionally, Drexel is known as one of the Colonial Athletic Association's most physical teams and as one of its hardest to beat. But the Dragons incurred one of their most shocking losses ever Thursday night, and it was to a Division II program...
  • Ronald Darby, Mario Edwards Jr. leave FSU early to enter NFL Draft

    Ronald Darby, Mario Edwards Jr. leave FSU early to enter NFL Draft
    FSU confirmed cornerback Ronald Darby and defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. are leaving school early for the NFL, with coach Jimbo Fisher praising them for their contributions to the program. The juniors have helped the Seminoles post a 39-3 record, win...
  • Who has the edge? Military Bowl | Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech

    VIRGINIA TECH (6-6, 3-5 ACC) VS. CINCINNATI (9-3, 7-1 AAC) WHAT: Military Bowl WHEN: 1 p.m. WHERE: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium; Annapolis, Md. OFFENSE Just keeping guys healthy has been a chore all season for Tech. J.C. Coleman will be...
  • 'Canes hoping for boost with addition of Ivan Cruz Uceda

    — Ivan Cruz Uceda was in Las Vegas at an all-star game when he got the unexpected call that an unexpected eligibility issue would cost him half of his first season at Miami. The 6-foot-10 forward from Spain, one of the jewels in the Hurricanes'...
  • Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse outlook for 2015

    Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse outlook for 2015
    Team on top: Only two schools have advanced to the NCAA¬†quarterfinals in each of the past five years. One is Duke, and the other is Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish fell to the Blue Devils, 11-9, in last spring’s title game, but a rosy future...