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  • Letters: The Ray Rice story is part of a bigger problem

    Letters: The Ray Rice story is part of a bigger problem
    So I saw the disturbing video of Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee unconscious and sat with it for a few days. Vicious. Then I asked myself what was really bothering me. Apathy. The victim? Blames the media for re-victimizing her. The NFL? Two games,...
  • Omar Calhoun's Dedication To UConn Program Impresses Ollie

    Omar Calhoun's Dedication To UConn Program Impresses Ollie
    STORRS — Omar Calhoun didn't play in the Final Four, played only four minutes in the NCAA Tournament and didn't make a basket over the last two months of the season. But in the moments following UConn's run to the national championship last April,...
  • PRESS BOX: Hawks' Ferry takes leave of absence

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Hawks' Ferry takes leave of absence Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry has taken a leave of absence following reports he made racial comments in a conference call with team owners. The comments were made in reference...
  • Penn State eligible again for USA Today college football coaches poll

    Penn State eligible again for USA Today college football coaches poll
    Penn State football's great week got better, we think, on Friday when it was announced the Nittany Lions will be eligible to receive votes in the USA Today coaches poll. The poll, which is sponsored by Amway, promoted by USA Today and administered by...
  • USC Now mailbag: You sure are fired up about Pat Haden

    USC Now mailbag: You sure are fired up about Pat Haden
    Welcome back to the USC Now mailbag! Do you know what's great about email? Reading more than 140 characters. Who needs Twitter for questions when we have the good ol' fashioned way. You wrote in. Here are this week's responses. Jim Parsons asks: I...
  • Texas A&M comes on late in Jacques Patrick sweepstakes

    Texas A&M comes on late in Jacques Patrick sweepstakes
    It was inevitable that Orlando Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick, with his 55 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision scholarship offers, would see someone come on strong late in the recruiting process. The strategy looks to be paying off for Texas A&M,...
  • Warrant: UConn Bomb Threat An Attempt to Gain Notoriety Amid University's Basketball Success

    The Wethersfield man charged in connection with the bomb threat called into UConn in April told investigators he believed the school was targeted in an attempt to gain notoriety amid the university's success in the men's and women's NCAA basketball...
  • Return of scholarship vital for Lions, Matt Millen says

    Return of scholarship vital for Lions, Matt Millen says
    Former Penn State all-American Matt Millen received a text message from James Franklin last Sunday night saying the coach hoped for good news from the NCAA. That came in the form of the sanctions relief announced Monday. Millen, an ESPN college football...
  • Judge: Paterno suit targeting Penn State sanctions can move toward trial

    Judge: Paterno suit targeting Penn State sanctions can move toward trial
    A lawsuit challenging the NCAA's sanctions against Penn State by the estate of former head football coach Joe Paterno can move toward trial, a judge in Centre County Court ruled Thursday. Judge John B. Leete, however, dismissed more than a dozen Penn...
  • On The Fly: Hyo-Joo Kim Shoots 61 In LPGA Major

    Hyo-Joo Kim shot a record 61 in the first round of the Evian Championship, the LPGA's final major this season. The 19-year-old from South Korea now owns the lowest round shot in a men's or women's major. She leads by four. ... Phoenix and Diana Taurasi...
  • No-Show For Women's Field Hockey

    I attended the recent UConn vs. BYU football game at Rentschler Field and was amazed and proud to learn that UConn had not two, but three NCAA championship teams! My disappointment comes with seeing that athletic director Ward Manuel supported the...