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  • FAU coach search winding down

     
    Talked with AD Craig Angelos yesterday. Coach search heading into the home stretch. He is done traveling and is spending this week working the phones. Timetable is to introduce the new coach during the week of Dec. 5. He...
  • Emails show Sun Belt had grander vision in realignment

     
    For all the changes that have happened inside and out of the Sun Belt Conference, the league will still be recognizable, despite a massive turnover after the 2012-13 season. This football season will be the final campaign in the Sun...

    Hewitt capable of keeping George Mason among CAA's best

    Hewitt capable of keeping George Mason among CAA's best
    Few college basketball teams replace one Final Four coach with another. Kentucky transitioned from Joe B. Hall to Eddie Sutton to Rick Pitino, Louisville from Denny Crum to Pitino, UCLA from John Wooden to Gene Bartow. Add George Mason to the list....

    Proposal to expand FCS playoffs is a good idea

    Patty Viverito, the commissioner of the Missouri Valley Football Conference, caused a ripple recently when she said that she's working to expand the Football Championship Subdivision playoff field. The field went from 16 to 20 teams just last season, the...

    Defense carries W&M past Northeastern, into first-place CAA tie

    Defense carries W&M past Northeastern, into first-place CAA tie
    WILLIAMSBURG — Omar Prewitt stole the ball from his fanny, Terry Tarpey while in midair. And even with victory assured, Daniel Dixon elevated for a highlight-reel blocked shot. Such defensive intensity, nearly from start to finish, and in stark...