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  • Grid Bits: SSAC playoffs, Tadarrius Patrick picks, etc.

    The Sunshine State Athletic Conference opens its three-week playoff bracket with quarterfinals this week. Three of those four games will be hosted by undefeated area teams on Friday. Windermere Prep (7-0) hosts Seffner Christian (4-3) of Hillsborough County at 2:30 p.m. Mount Dora Bible (8-0) hosts Central Florida Christian (7-1) and Orlando Christian Prep (8-0) hosts First Academy-Leesburg (6-2) at 7.
  • Americans love an underdog, and they seriously love the Royals

    Those long-lowly Royals are America's new "it team." The nation is speaking, voting online, buying blue. Its sports sages are writing that Kansas City's baseball franchise has become the popular choice of fans whose teams are out of championship...

    Miller takes leave as Butler coach

    The Sports Xchange Miller takes leave as Butler coach Two days before the start of practice for the 2014-15 season, Butler coach Brandon Miller was granted a leave of absence for medical reasons, the school announced Thursday. Assistant Chris...

    Butler basketball Coach Brandon Miller takes indefinite leave

    Butler basketball Coach Brandon Miller takes indefinite leave
    Butler basketball Coach Brandon Miller will take an indefinite leave of absence from the Bulldogs program for medical reasons, the school announced Thursday. “Brandon Miller has requested a leave of absence for medical reasons, which the...

    Preview: Old Dominion

    2013 | 8-4 First year in Conference USA THE COACH BOBBY WILDER Sixth year (46-14, all with ODU) Growing up in rural Maine, young Bobby Wilder was often alone with his thoughts, a common occurrence for residents of the least populous state east...