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  • Parkland ice hockey team has been hot all season and has reached Flyers Cup semis

    While the Parkland girls and boys basketball teams posted PIAA tournament wins this weekend, another bunch of Trojans created their own excitement. Parkland's powerhouse ice hockey team defeated North Penn, 5-2, on Friday to advance to the Flyers Cup...
  • American University gets Patriot League berth

    Tony Wroblicky had 15 points, eight rebounds and two blocks to help American University beat top-seeded Boston University, 55-36, on Wednesday night in the Patriot League championship game at Boston, sending the Eagles to the NCAA tournament for the first...
  • Teel Time: Projected NCAA tournament bracket includes six from ACC, Atlantic 10

    GREENSBORO, N.C. -- On the eve of Selection Sunday, Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski used the bully pulpit to advocate for more than the five ACC teams certain to make the NCAA tournament. And in so doing, he took a dig at the Atlantic 10....
  • NCAA tournament preview: South Region

    1 Florida (32-2, Southeastern champion) 16 Play-in winner (See matchup below) Can you say "Gator bait"? Whoever wins the play-in game will have effectively played its way out of the tournament by Thursday. 8 Colorado (23-11, at-large) 9 Pittsburgh...
  • Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Vanderbilt pull off SEC shockers

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Nick Marshall accounted for four scores and No. 24 Auburn battered Johnny Manziel in a 45-41 win over No. 7 Texas A&M on Saturday. Tre Mason's 5-yard score with less than two minutes to play was first ruled down at the 1, but...
  • Some routs just don't follow the rules

    Some routs just don't follow the rules
    North Texas visited Oklahoma on opening weekend in 2007 and was clobbered, 79-10. A few days later, sitting in his home office a few blocks from where the wipeout took place, Barry Switzer said North Texas got what it deserved. "They had no game...
  • Play It Forward: The week ahead in college football

    1. Clemson is No. 3 in the AP poll and had a week off to prepare for a key ACC game Thursday at North Carolina State. Is this the game the Tigers "pull a Clemson" on national TV, or has the program matured into taking-care-of-business mode? 2. Boise...
  • Louisville's loss is good news for BCS busters

    Louisville's loss is good news for BCS busters
    Louisville, even though it was undefeated and ranked No. 8, was always going to be a long shot to win this year’s college football national title. The Cardinals simply did not have the schedule strength to keep up with the best teams from the...
  • College football: Top-10 teams are toppled across the nation

    College football: Top-10 teams are toppled across the nation
    Sunday's first release of the Bowl Championship Series standings got a last-minute shipment of adjustments, edits and amendments. They arrived in a packaged labeled "Saturday." The last year of the BCS (sob, sob) is sure going to be fun. The top...
  • UCLA basketball: Coach Steve Alford denies his teams are slow

    UCLA guard Jordan Adams certainly was not slow to assess USC on Monday. Trojans Coach Andy Enfield stopped a team scrimmage last week and admonished his players by saying, “If you want to play slow, go to UCLA.” Enfield and UCLA Coach...
  • BCS standings: Alabama, Florida State hold top two spots

    BCS standings: Alabama, Florida State hold top two spots
    The Bowl Championship Series is sort of like what Mark Twain once said about the weather in New England. If you don’t like it now, just wait a few minutes. Two weeks ago, Florida State fans were panicked that their No. 3 Seminoles would go...