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  • The plot continues to thicken for Florida State, Big 12, ACC

     
    AMELIA ISLAND — As the sun rises over this quiet North Florida beach town, another day in the Florida State/Big 12/ACC saga is beginning. The last four days in this, the latest of the yearly drama that is conference realignment and expansion, have...
  • Lehigh stays at No. 16 in one national poll; freshman Knott picks up an honor

     
    To my surprise, the Lehigh football team stayed put at No. 16 in the Sports Network national FCS Top-25 poll. I am a little surprised that both Liberty and William & Mary, who both Lehigh and Lafayette will play soon, stayed out of the top-25 after...
  • Lehigh stays No. 16 in the Sports Network's Top 25 poll; defending national North Dakota St. is #1

     
    The Sports Network FCS Top 25 College Football Poll Team (First-place votes) 2012 Record Points Previous Rank 1. North Dakota State Bison (94) 2-0 3946 2 2. Sam Houston State Bearkats (61) 1-0 3897 1 3. Montana State Bobcats (1) 2-0 3485 4 4. James...
  • Frank Tavani, Penn's Al Bagnoli speak out

     
    The Patriot League's decision to go to merit-based scholarships for football beginning with the class of 2013 is almost certainly going to have some kind of effect on the league's relationship with the Ivy League. So while we had Penn......
  • Notebook: Terps' Miller, brother took long path to final four

    Notebook: Terps' Miller, brother took long path to final four
    •There were no youth leagues in their native Warrenton, Va., when David and Matt Miller wanted to begin playing lacrosse. And a journey that began in the backyard with their mother teaching them how to play while using the wooden women's sticks from...
  • Review & preview: Three teams flying under the radar for 2013

    Review & preview: Three teams flying under the radar for 2013
    The past four days have featured a premature attempt at the 2013 preseason rankings. Tuesday’s entry includes three teams that did not finish above .500 and missed the tournament this past season. But what they do have is intrigue in either the form...
  • Colleges: 'Eaters relish victory

    If, as most believe, losing can be a valuable teacher, then the UC Irvine men's basketball team was as ready for Saturday's 99-79 win over visiting San Diego as it would like to be for this week's academic finals. Coach Russell Turner's Anteaters ended...
  • Harvard uses late surge to overwhelm Owls 63-51

     Harvard ruined FAU coach Mike Jarvis’s homecoming, as the No. 25 Crimson wore down the Owls for a 63-51 win Thursday in Jarvis’s hometown of Cambridge.  Playing its first home game as a ranked team in the 101-year history of the basketball...
  • Breakers have lucky 13

    Breakers have lucky 13
    Thirteen Laguna Beach High student-athletes took a big step in their educational and athletic futures by committing to universities on National Signing Day on Wednesday. Laguna athletes will compete in the future in conferences such as the Pac-12, Big...
  • Briefs: Zepfel to Harvard

    Corona del Mar High senior Ben Zepfel has committed to play collegiate water polo at Harvard, CdM Coach Barry O'Dea announced in an email Thursday. Zepfel was the Pacific Coast League MVP last fall for CdM, as well as All-CIF Southern Section Division II...
  • Terps squander early lead but recover to beat Cornell, 70-62

    Terps squander early lead but recover to beat Cornell, 70-62
    After scoring the game's first 16 points, Maryland seemed poised to end the evening's suspense early against Cornell and to open Atlantic Coast Conference play this weekend riding a confidence-inducing seven-game winning streak. But the Terps are a young...