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  • What's Next For The XL Center?

    What's Next For The XL Center?
    I have no answer. I'm going to ask the question, anyway. If the forces that oppose the Rock Cats' move to Hartford in what has become a daily food fight are able to kill the $60 million stadium deal, will it enhance or diminish the chances of getting...
  • City officials offer sneak-peek of Citrus Bowl

    City officials offer sneak-peek of Citrus Bowl
      The Citrus Bowl is currently undergoing a $207 million reconstruction project that will give the 78-year-old stadium a major makeover. City officials and members of the Florida Citrus Sports group offered a sneak-peek of the process on Wednesday...
  • Teel Time: Can Maryland repeat rare power surge versus U.Va. in super regional?

    Virginia right-hander Artie Lewicki has allowed three home runs in 52.1 innings this season. Two came within five innings against Maryland. Cavaliers lefty David Rosenberger has yielded four homers in 22.1 innings. Two came in as many innings versus the...
  • Central Florida's George O'Leary: SEC 'like South during Civil War'

    Central Florida football Coach George O'Leary may be channeling former Union Army Gen. George Custer. O'Leary this week lashed back at Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive for Slive suggesting that the five power conferences might break...
  • Lawsuit could give college athletes cut of NCAA deals

    Lawsuit could give college athletes cut of NCAA deals
    The NCAA and its member schools have preached a vision of amateurism whereby young men and women play for the love of the game, not money. That concept will be put on trial in an Oakland courtroom this week. A class-action antitrust suit led by former...
  • Trouble in paradise as stars test 49ers' resolve

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - San Francisco 49ers - INSIDE SLANT As they moved into their second day of minicamp Wednesday, the San Francisco 49ers were trying to reconcile coach Jim Harbaugh's team-first mantra against two top players...
  • Boys baseball | Bottom-of-9th homer knocks out Hoosiers

    Boys baseball | Bottom-of-9th homer knocks out Hoosiers
    Two Orland Park residents were on the Indiana University baseball roster that qualified for the regional of the College World Series, but the team got knocked out in heartbreaking fashion on Monday. Junior Sam Travis and freshman Austin Cangelosi played...
  • Penn State launches national search for athletic director as Joyner retires

    Penn State launches national search for athletic director as Joyner retires
    Penn State athletic director Dave Joyner announced his retirement Tuesday, ending a turbulent 31-month tenure that the former football player and wrestler himself once described as a "war zone." Joyner's term, which began a week after the board of...
  • Johns Hopkins-Loyola rivalry in men's lacrosse on hold for 2015, returns in 2016

    Johns Hopkins-Loyola rivalry in men's lacrosse on hold for 2015, returns in 2016
    Johns Hopkins and Loyola have put their annual men's lacrosse rivalry on hold for the 2015 season. Unable to find a Saturday date suitable for both sides, the Charles Street rivals agreed to take a break next season and resume their annual series in...
  • Maryland's Edsall on Penn State's Franklin: 'Talk is cheap'

    Maryland's Edsall on Penn State's Franklin: 'Talk is cheap'
    Penn State football coach James Franklin fired the first shots over the bow during his introductory news conference back in January. "I don't know if I mentioned this before, but we're going to dominate the state," Franklin said in a 51-minute presser...
  • Maryland commit Mason Zimmerman learned to snap playing backyard football

    Maryland commit Mason Zimmerman learned to snap playing backyard football
    While tossing a football around the back yard in eighth grade, Mason Zimmerman would crouch down and snap the ball to his best friend, Jacob Yunker, who lined up as the quarterback. The duo developed a connection and Zimmerman, a former tackle, went...