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  • On The Fly: Vandy Complained About Geno's Call

    On The Fly: Vandy Complained About Geno's Call
    We now know for sure that women's basketball's obnoxious tattletale hails from the Southeastern Conference, but it's Vanderbilt, not Tennessee. According to John Altavilla's sources, the SEC complained on behalf of Vandy, which played the Huskies Saturday...
  • Notre Dame freshman Greer Martini takes a shot at middle linebacker

    Notre Dame freshman Greer Martini takes a shot at middle linebacker
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — With a father who worked as a doctor for the Carolina Hurricanes, Notre Dame freshman linebacker Greer Martini figured he would give hockey a try when he was growing up. It didn't go well. "I tried hockey for about a week...
  • UMBC advances to Elite Eight with 1-0 win over Louisville in men's soccer

    UMBC advances to Elite Eight with 1-0 win over Louisville in men's soccer
    From unranked to the Elite Eight, the UMBC men's soccer team continued its remarkable run through the NCAA tournament on Sunday night. The Retrievers upset No. 13 national seed Louisville 1-0 on a first-half penalty kick by senior midfielder Mamadou...
  • 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...
  • U.Va., Duke, Louisville headline early-season ACC basketball

    The ACC failed to win its annual Challenge with the Big Ten for the sixth consecutive year, but led by undefeated Duke, Virginia, Louisville and Miami, there’s much to like about a conference that clearly underperformed last season. Headlined by...
  • UMBC men's soccer advances to College Cup after defeating Creighton in penalty-kick shootout

    UMBC men's soccer advances to College Cup after defeating Creighton in penalty-kick shootout
    Extending an amazing streak of defensive excellence Friday night, the UMBC men's soccer team is going to a place it has never before been. Winning their fourth consecutive road game, the Retrievers secured the first of fourth berths in the NCAA Division...
  • College Football Playoff pairings, Hokies' Military Bowl bid ideal

     College Football Playoff pairings, Hokies' Military Bowl bid ideal
    The College Football Playoff selection committee got it right Sunday. The teams and seedings. Precisely at 12:45 p.m., as scheduled, complete with the requisite social media outrage. Two hours later, with a curious about-face on two teams that were idle...
  • 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...
  • Former Orlando Agape Christian offensive tackle Khalil Hunter commits to Louisville

    Former Orlando Agape Christian offensive tackle Khalil Hunter commits to Louisville
    Former Orlando Agape Christian offensive tackle Khalil Hunter, who is now at Eastern Arizona Community College, has committed to play at the University of Louisville. The 6-foot-4, 2 90- pound Hunter chose Louisville after strongly considering Georgia...
  • 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...
  • Monday's local colleges roundup: ODU falls 100-46 at Louisville in women's basketball

    Women’s basketball: Chelisa Painter and Destinee Young led Old Dominion with eight points each, but the Lady Monarchs lost 100-46 at No. 10 Louisville. The Cardinals (8-1) led 54-19 at halftime and held a 59-30 rebounding advantage. ... Virginia...