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  • Preview: Charleston Southern at North Carolina State

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: Charleston Southern at North Carolina State North Carolina State is off to a 7-1 start, and much of the credit belongs to its three-man backcourt. Trevor Lacey, Ralston Turner and Anthony "Cat" Barber have started all eight...
  • Notre Dame gets early start to ACC play vs. Florida State

    Even though Notre Dame will be playing at Purcell Pavilion on Saturday night, it will be entering strange territory. The 25th-ranked Irish (9-1) will be playing an Atlantic Coast Conference game Dec. 13 — the earliest they have played a...
  • Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich has traveled Eric Berry's road to recovery

    Mark Herzlich was in the midst of fighting his own cancer battle when he first met Eric Berry. It was December 2009, at the Lott IMPACT Trophy ceremony at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, Calif. Berry, along with three other players, was up for the...
  • Big Ten's rough start to season could hurt Terps' NCAA tournament resume

    Big Ten's rough start to season could hurt Terps' NCAA tournament resume
    This has not been a stellar start to the season for the Big Ten. Aside from winning its annual interleague competition with the Atlantic Coast Conference despite its ranked teams going 1-5, Maryland’s new basketball breathren have not exactly...
  • After starting over, UMBC defender Marquez Fernandez is nearing top

    After starting over, UMBC defender Marquez Fernandez is nearing top
    In the winter of his discontent, Marquez Fernandez clung to a blanket of stress. He found no comfort. For as the Maryland men's soccer team's 2012 season spilled into December and a College Cup appearance, what had led him to College Park — talent,...
  • Roundup | Wednesday, Dec. 10

    Roundup | Wednesday, Dec. 10
    BOYS BASKETBALL Sandburg’s Niko Kogionis gets lighter, starts lighting up with three-pointers Niko Kogionis’ goal is to make his final season of high school basketball a memorable one. He figured the best way for that to happen was to...
  • Preview: Maine at Boston College

    Boston College put a difficult November behind it and is thriving with the turn of the calendar. The Eagles will try to move to 3-0 in December when they host Maine on Thursday. BC went 2-3 in the first two weeks of the season, capped by a disappointing...
  • Kaaya, Johnson, Perryman, McDermott among 'Canes honored by ACC coaches

    Kaaya, Johnson, Perryman, McDermott among 'Canes honored by ACC coaches
    For the second time in a week, Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya has been recognized for his breakout performance this season. Last week, Kaaya was voted both the offensive and overall ACC Rookie of the Year by members of the media. Wednesday, he earned...
  • FSU's O'Leary wins Mackey Award

    The Sports Xchange FSU's O'Leary wins Mackey Award Florida State senior Nick O'Leary was named the 2014 John Mackey Award winner on Wednesday as the nation's most outstanding tight end. The Palm Beach, Fla., native is the first Seminole ever to win the...
  • Joe Paterno remembered as 'iconic' in Pinstripe Bowl promo tour

    Joe Paterno remembered as 'iconic' in Pinstripe Bowl promo tour
    NEW YORK — Joe Paterno, who worked as an usher at the old Ebbets Field, once joked that he never had much use for baseball after the Dodgers left Brooklyn. Still, Penn State's new athletic director called it "fitting" that the football team would...
  • Smithfield High: Baseball player Jake Ryan, swimmer Brooks Peterson make Division I commitments

    Two Smithfield High athletes recently committed to play athletics on the Division I level, while another will go the D-III route. Junior left-handed pitcher Jake Ryan will play baseball at George Mason, senior Brooks Peterson will swim for William and...