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  • Win your NCAA Tournament pool: Some tips on how to fill your bracket

    Win your NCAA Tournament pool: Some tips on how to fill your bracket
    President Barack Obama fills one out, so does just about everyone you know. Yes, the NCAA Tournament is underway and that means it's bracket-picking time. We're here to help make sense of March Madness. We want to provide you some insight on the 68...
  • DePaul needs a young, energetic coach who can establish identity

    DePaul needs a young, energetic coach who can establish identity
    Before DePaul can judge any short list of potential basketball coaches, perhaps university President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider needs to re-evaluate the person making it. Athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto offers DePaul 40 years of institutional...
  • Breaking down the NCAA Midwest Region

    Breaking down the NCAA Midwest Region
    Get to know No. 1: Kentucky is poised to become the first team since Indiana in 1975-76 to go undefeated. The Wildcats' platoon-style depth is unparalleled and their talent supreme. They beat 11 top-50 RPI teams, including five in the top 25. After...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball: Va. Wesleyan upends No. 1 Randolph-Macon to reach D-III semis; VCU rolls into A-10 final

    Part of the reason Randolph-Macon had ascended to the nation's top ranking in Division III was its three consecutive victories against Virginia Wesleyan. But when it mattered most, the Marlins upended the Yellow Jackets -- on R-MC's home court in...
  • NIU, BGSU and Buffalo top our MAC spring football preview

    NIU, BGSU and Buffalo top our MAC spring football preview
    Spring football practice is in full swing for some schools across the country with others getting back to the gridiron over the next month. The Orlando Sentinel is taking a look at some of the key storylines for the Group of 5 conferences like the...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Poquoson's Tyler strikes out 17 to lead Hokies past JMU in softball

    COLLEGES: Softball: Virginia Tech junior Maggie Tyler, a Poquoson High alumna, struck out a career-high 17 batters Friday as the Hokies nipped James Madison 3-2 in eight innings. Tyler's strikeouts were the most by a Tech pitcher since Angela...
  • Seniors out to impress in county's all-star game

    His stats, more than 3,400 yards passing and 49 touchdowns, speak volumes about Shannon Patrick's ability, but so far Wellington's senior quarterback has received only one college offer, which has both him and his coach more than a little perplexed. "It...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1979, basketball's Jets move out of Allentown to Northampton Community College

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. November 17 2009—After 28 years as Northwestern's head football coach, Bob Mitchell announces he will step down after the upcoming Eastern Conference...
  • Florida, Nebraska make the grades in recent college football hires

    Several school’s moved quickly to fill vacant college football coaching jobs. We’ve taken the liberty to break down some of those moves and grade each of the hires: BUFFALO Out: Jeff Quinn In: Lance Leipold The Buzz: It was only a...
  • No. 1 Kentucky rallies to beat Columbia

    No. 1 Kentucky rallies to beat Columbia
    LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky's next big test was supposed to come this weekend against a national powerhouse, not during a midweek game against an Ivy League school missing its best player. But there were John Calipari's top-ranked Wildcats, yet to...
  • Saturday's local interest football roundup: Catholic survives comeback by Apprentice

    Catholic University amassed a 21-point lead and held on to beat the Apprentice School 31-24 Saturday in Washington, D.C. Builders sophomore Joseph Hodge ran for a career-high 139 yards and a touchdown, while freshman quarterback Deon Lavender threw...