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  • Unlike 2012, Virginia Tech football has upbeat vibe after 7-6 season

    Two years ago, Virginia Tech closed an unsatisfying 7-6 football season with a come-from-behind home victory over Virginia and an overtime Russell Athletic Bowl conquest of Rutgers. Much the same transpired this year. The Hokies rallied past Virginia...
  • Auriemma Now Tops In Winning Percentage

    Geno Auriemma is literally on top of the world of women’s college basketball following Saturday’s win over SMU at the XL Center.  The victory, UConn’s eighth straight, made Auriemma the all-time leader in winning percentage in the...
  • Auriemma's Winning Percentage Now Highest In Women's Basketball

     Auriemma's Winning Percentage Now Highest In Women's Basketball
    HARTFORD — Geno Auriemma is literally on top of the women's college basketball world following Saturday's win over SMU at the XL Center. The victory, UConn's eighth straight, made Auriemma the all-time leader in winning percentage in the history...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: Hokies escape Citadel; VCU's long-range shooting stumps Cincinnati

    Whew! That's what Virginia Tech fans might say after watching the Hokies edge The Citadel 64-61 Saturday afternoon at Cassell Coliseum. Adam Smith scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half, and the Hokies survived blowing a nine-point lead to rally...
  • Tommy Amaker realizes dream of making Harvard basketball relevant

    Tommy Amaker is more dreamer than pragmatist. Always has been. He believed that Mike Krzyzewski, with little more than Chicago toughness, a West Point education and Bob Knight's endorsement, could coach Duke basketball back to national prominence....
  • Virginia native Robert Prunty takes unlikely roundabout path to coaching role at Cincinnati

     Virginia native Robert Prunty takes unlikely roundabout path to coaching role at Cincinnati
    About three days before Christmas in 2009, Robert Prunty had the long-awaited opportunity of a lifetime arrive in the form of a phone call. He never saw it coming, but truthfully, he wasn’t even looking. There was a time in Prunty’s life when...
  • 1994-95 Revisited: Jamelle Elliott Got The Rebounds

    1994-95 Revisited: Jamelle Elliott Got The Rebounds
    Over the course of the season, The Courant will look back at the coaches and players who were a part of UConn's first national championship team 20 years ago (1994-95 season).   Jamelle Elliott's aspiration was to become an athletic administrator....
  • UConn Men's Insider: AAC Showing Some Signs Of Life Lately; Now Will Huskies?

    A funny thing happened on the way to oblivion – actually three funny things: Cincinnati was back in its old grind-it-out mold, took San Diego State to overtime and won, 71-62. They couldn't sustain it, though, losing to Virginia Commonwealth two...
  • College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot

    College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot
    Tuesday night’s College Football Playoff standings bode well for an easier placement of the ACC’s 11 bowl-eligible teams Sunday, including Virginia Tech. The key was the CFP selection committee’s ranking the Big Ten’s Michigan...
  • Hail, yes! UCF Knights are champions again

    GREENVILLE, N.C. — Hail, yes! Can you believe it? Can you conceive it? Seriously, I cannot comprehend what I just saw. And never transcend what I just saw. In the span of 3 1/2 hours, I just watched the UCF Knights dominate the game and...
  • Teams will make their final case to be in College Football Playoff

    Teams will make their final case to be in College Football Playoff
    Baylor Coach Art Briles took the high road this week, choosing not to lobby for his sixth-ranked team's inclusion in the four-team College Football Playoff. Briles had that luxury. His university was already on the job, as was the Big 12 Conference....