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  • Five Lehigh Valley-area players, New Hampshire football program on record-setting run

    Five Lehigh Valley-area players, New Hampshire football program on record-setting run
    New Hampshire is on a roll again, but this one could be of record-setting proportion. Five Lehigh Valley-area players are along for the ride, though they hardly are spectators. The Wildcats won their ninth consecutive game last Saturday — 43-...
  • No. 6 Texas Christian handles No. 7 Kansas State, 41-20

    No. 6 Texas Christian handles No. 7 Kansas State, 41-20
    Trevone Boykin did an acrobatic flip on the second of his three touchdown runs and threw for 219 yards and another score for No. 6 Texas Christian in a 41-20 victory over No. 7 Kansas State on Saturday night that had huge Big 12 and playoff implications....
  • Oklahoma's Samaje Perine rushes for a record 427 yards in win over Kansas

    Oklahoma's Samaje Perine rushes for a record 427 yards in win over Kansas
    Oklahoma freshman Samaje Perine set a major college record by running for 427 yards in a driving rainstorm, scoring five touchdowns and leading the No. 21 Sooners over Kansas, 44-7, on Saturday. A week after Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon set the mark by...
  • College football: Play it forward

    Five things to watch this week in college football: 1. Spoiler Alert. Playoff-hopeful Texas Christian plays at Texas on Thanksgiving in the Longhorn opponent spot formerly occupied by Texas A&M. Texas can't win the Big 12 but has won three straight...
  • Road-tested Long Beach State faces UCLA

    Road-tested Long Beach State faces UCLA
    The Long Beach State men's basketball team already had a demanding schedule to start the season, and that was before the plane troubles. The team landed in Chicago last week on the way to play Xavier. Mechanical problems led to a flight cancellation,...
  • Whitehall High product Artim's final play at Holy Cross a memorable one

    Whitehall High product Artim's final play at Holy Cross a memorable one
    New Hampshire and Villanova, both featuring several local players, survived strong challenges in rivalry games last Saturday to secure first-round byes in the upcoming Division I FCS playoffs. The Wildcats (10-1) won the Colonial Athletic Association...
  • Fired up about College Football Playoff; about firings, not so much

    A thrilling next-to-last football weekend was briefly interrupted Sunday when Nebraska announced it had fired Bo Pelini for winning only nine games, or more, in each of his seven seasons. "Nine-win Bo," a higher-expectations knockoff slam of "Seven-...
  • Sneaky good regular season for ACC football

    Sneaky good regular season for ACC football
    For a football brand that still absorbs weekly bashings from national media, the ACC is poised to complete a sneaky good regular season. Sure, go ahead and poke the conference’s Coastal Division, what with its four 6-6 teams and illogical...
  • Big 12's Bowlsby: Playoff selection committee, not league, to decide best team

    Big 12's Bowlsby: Playoff selection committee, not league, to decide best team
      The slogan for the Big 12 is ‘One True Champion,’ but it appears that won’t matter when it comes to the College Football Playoff. When asked to clarify the league’s position when it comes to crowning a champion,...
  • UCLA, Kansas State both handled Texas this season

    UCLA, Kansas State both handled Texas this season
    Texas was the intersection where Valero Alamo Bowl opponents UCLA and Kansas State met this season: The two teams will face each other on Jan. 2, but they've both already played, and beaten, the Texas Longhorns. UCLA’s 20-17 victory in Arlington's...
  • Maryland natives set to play in bowl games

    Numerous Maryland natives populate the Terps football roster and are set to participate in the Foster Farms Bowl Dec. 30 against Stanford. Several others will participate in bowl games for Navy, West Virginia and Penn State. Here is a look at other...