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  • Penn State, Franklin will be tested early

    CHICAGO The James Franklin Show made its first appearance at Big Ten media days on Monday, as the Penn State football coach strolled to the podium dressed in a sharp gray suit, white shirt and navy tie, his bald head and rimless glasses glistening in...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech's student athletics fee by far state's lowest

    New Virginia Tech president Tim Sands’ assertion last week that the school’s mandatory student fee for athletics is the lowest among state public institutions is not only correct but also understated. Sands’ comments came during an...
  • Text of statement from Heat owner Micky Arison

    Text of statement from Heat owner Micky Arison
      The statement issued Monday by Heat owner Micky Arison and sent to season-ticket holders:    While what your Miami HEAT has accomplished in the last four years has been historic, there’s a bigger picture that more clearly defines the success...
  • Shabazz Teaching At Camp, But Main Goal Is To Help Heat

     Shabazz Teaching At Camp, But Main Goal Is To Help Heat
    SOUTH WINDSOR – The first action of the morning was done. It was time to talk, heart to heart. About 100 kids sat on the hardwood floor and looked up at their coach for the week – Shabazz Napier. "Just have fun," Napier told them,...
  • Jay Paterno

     
    The lead story in Wednesday's Morning Call had the headline, "Jay Paterno: Firing was 'rush to judgment.'" He and fellow former Penn State assistant football coach Bill Kenney seek more than $1 million in damages from Penn State for firing......
  • Kovacs, Madison earn academic honors

     
    Millersville's Ann Kovacs and Erin Madison were among those honored by the USTFCCCA for its annual track and field All-Academic awards. Kovacs, a Bethlehem Catholic graduate majoring in mathematics, had a 3.95 GPA and produced an NCAA provisional mark in....
  • Lehigh women among nation's best academically

     
    The Lehigh women's basketball team earned a spot in the Women's College Basketball Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25, coming in 17th with a 2013-14 cumulative grade point average of 3.451. It marks the second consecutive year the Mountain Hawks cracked.....
  • Trainer emphasizes women's health, not looks

    Trainer emphasizes women's health, not looks
    The fitness world always has had a fixation with physical appearance, but social media has propelled this into stratospheric levels of vanity. Fitness gurus are posting countless photos of themselves online, with their accomplishments chronicled by...
  • Big 12 commissioner addresses current, bleak landscape

    DALLAS -- If you like college athletics now, said Big 12 Conference Commissioner Bob Bowlsby, you might not like what's coming down the pike. In his annual state-of-the-conference address Monday at Big 12 media days, Bowlsby painted a bleak picture of...
  • Miami Hurricanes shifting to attack mode

    GREENSBORO, N.C. Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden seemed comfortably unencumbered Monday as he sat with reporters at the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff even if he had no idea who his starting quarterback would be at Louisville on Labor Day...
  • Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby says cheating pays in the NCAA

    Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said this week it's easier for athletic programs to cheat these days because the NCAA has become overwhelmed with other legal issues that occupy its time and energy. "Enforcement is broken," Bowlsby said Monday at Big...