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  • Teel Time: O'Connor says contracts, stadium upgrades secure Virginia baseball's future

    The University of Virginia has made Brian O’Connor among college baseball’s highest-paid coaches, status he’s absolutely earned. But O’Connor believes the school’s most important commitments were to enhancing Davenport...
  • DVR alert: Blackhawks prominent as CSN celebrates anniversary

    DVR alert: Blackhawks prominent as CSN celebrates anniversary
    It has been 10 years since Comcast SportsNet first flipped the switch on Oct. 1, 2004. Since then, the network has documented some of the biggest moments in Chicago sports history. CSN will reflect on its 10-year anniversary Wednesday at 10 p.m. The one-...
  • VCU basketball returns to work ready to win in the clutch

    VCU basketball returns to work ready to win in the clutch
    RICHMOND – Last November, the season still in infancy, Treveon Graham's final-second 3-pointer lifted VCU to a stirring 59-56 victory at Virginia. Within a month, the Rams followed up with taut conquests of Long Beach State and Eastern Kentucky....
  • Teel Time: Virginia signs baseball coach O'Connor to seven-year extension

    Teel Time: Virginia signs baseball coach O'Connor to seven-year extension
    The University of Virginia has rewarded five-time ACC baseball Coach of the Year Brian O'Connor with a lucrative, seven-year contract extension that guarantees him at least $600,000 in 2014-15. A public-record request shows the deal extends through...
  • Of college football coaches, CEOs, and excessive pay at the top

    Of college football coaches, CEOs, and excessive pay at the top
    Readers of this blog know that we have an indirect, and fairly mild, rooting interest in University of Michigan Wolverines football. Lately that's been a disappointing experience in one respect (2-3 so far this year, including a ridiculous 30-14 blowout...
  • Kevin Ollie Sizes Up The 2014-15 Huskies, Player by Player

    CROMWELL – Kevin Ollie was exuberant when he walked into the ballroom at 7:40 a.m. on Wednesday, and he seemed to pick up energy and enthusiasm as the morning went. In his annual address to the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, Ollie used the...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: No. 11 U.Va. escapes JMU's upset bid in men's soccer; Hokies run winning streak to five

    COLLEGES: Men's soccer: Virginia (5-3-1), ranked 11th nationally by topdrawersoccer.com, pulled even on Darius Madison’s goal with 1:28 left in regulation, and then he scored with 3:13 left in overtime to beat visiting James Madison 2-1. Jamal...
  • NCAA, Big 12 deny Oklahoma transfer's appeal

    The Sports Xchange NCAA, Big 12 deny Oklahoma transfer's appeal The NCAA and Big 12 Conference have both denied Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield's appeal for immediate eligibility, the Daily Oklahoman reported Monday. Mayfield was the Big 12...
  • Taking the long view of Penn State's offensive line

    Taking the long view of Penn State's offensive line
    Six seconds from Penn State's loss to Northwestern have become, rightly or not, a digital symbol of the game. Two Penn State offensive linemen, blocking each other, allowed a Northwestern defensive tackle a clear lane to stop Bill Belton for a 2-yard...
  • Eligibility issue sidelines UM hoops player Ivan Cruz Uceda

    Eligibility issue sidelines UM hoops player Ivan Cruz Uceda
    The Hurricanes basketball team got more bad news on Wednesday. Already without Davon Reed for a portion of the season after the guard had surgery earlier this month, now Miami will be without forward Ivan Cruz Uceda because of an NCAA eligibility rule...
  • College officials study better policies for student-athletes

    WASHINGTON The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics on Monday held a meeting that took a broad look at what might improve life for college athletes, everything from longer scholarships and extra academic support to care for concussions,...