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  • For Muschamp, Georgia game will be "World's Largest Outdoor Going-Away Party"

    For Muschamp, Georgia game will be "World's Largest Outdoor Going-Away Party"
    Running off at the typewriter … I have this sneaking suspicion that Will Muschamp might be coaching his final game today for the Gators  if Florida loses as expected to the Georgia Bulldogs.  In all actuality, his fate was all but sealed during...
  • Southeastern Conference has a nightmare of a day

    Southeastern Conference has a nightmare of a day
    The Southeastern Conference had a bad day … wait, is it even legal to type those words? The nation’s loudest football congregation was riding high Tuesday when it put three schools in the top four of the first College Football Playoff...
  • Without help from defense, Virginia offense falters in loss at Duke

    DURHAM, N.C. — Virginia upset Louisville by taking the ball away three times in Cardinals territory and converting those turnovers into 13 points, including the game-winning field goal. The Cavaliers seized command of their Pittsburgh game on Max...
  • Once implausible, full ACC membership for Notre Dame seems possible

    Once implausible, full ACC membership for Notre Dame seems possible
    Notre Dame and the ACC talked in 2003, and their discussions ended amicably and predictably — the school passed on all-sports membership in the name of its storied football independence. Eight years later, in the wake of radical conference...
  • Virginia, Virginia Tech women's soccer among ACC's fall Olympic sports highlights

    Virginia, Virginia Tech women's soccer among ACC's fall Olympic sports highlights
    University of Virginia women's soccer has been wildly successful the past two years, despite the intermittent absence of Morgan Brian, the team's best player, indeed the college game's best. The fifth-ranked Cavaliers' lone setback this season is to...
  • Absent a playoff, Virginia Tech, others would benefit from reforming bowl system

    Absent a playoff, Virginia Tech, others would benefit from reforming bowl system
    Maddening as college football's postseason is, fairness dictates one concession: It's better than it used to be. Time was when bowls finalized matchups in mid-November. Time was when the champions of the Big Ten, Pacific 12, Big 12 and Southeastern...
  • OSU-Oregon Magnifies UConn's Futility And Distance From Top

    OSU-Oregon Magnifies UConn's Futility And Distance From Top
    Big-time college football never seemed farther away from Connecticut than on Monday night. The inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship was held in the same Texas Taj Mahal where UConn won its fourth NCAA basketball championship last...
  • U.Va.-Pitt Coastal Division clash important, intriguing

    The mass email hit my inbox at 9:20 p.m. Saturday, less than three hours after Virginia's routine football flogging of Kent State. "2-0 in the ACC at Stake Next Saturday; Rock Scott!" the subject line trumpeted. Interpret the effectiveness and need of...
  • Would UCF be joining Big East or Big Deceased?

    Would UCF be joining Big East or Big Deceased?
    The situation is a little bit sad and a whole lot ironic. Big East officials snubbed UCF forever and ever because they felt the Knights weren't worthy of their high-and-mighty conference. Now the Big East is scrambling to add schools like UCF in order to...
  • Source on VCU, Mason possibly leaving CAA: "I just get a sense that all hell is about ready to break loose"

    During Final Four week, Colonial Athletic Association commissioner Tom Yeager and other principals forcefully denied a CBSSports.com report that league basketball powers VCU and George Mason might move to the Atlantic 10. Less than a month later, some...
  • UCF joining Big East will be historic happening in Orlando

    UCF joining Big East will be historic happening in Orlando
    Call me crazy, but I like the potential of the new Big East better than the old one. This is why Orlandoans should not only be excited today — they should be ecstatic. History is at hand. Don't allow the doomsdayers or naysayers to ruin it....