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  • Despite Fox-Time Warner Talks, Media M&A Frenzy Might Not Be Brewing

    Word that Time Warner nixed 21st Century Fox's $80 billion takeover offer spurred many Wall Street analysts and pundits to speculate that the media and entertainment biz is on the cusp of a crazy wave of consolidation. Conventional wisdom is that there's...
  • Doug McDermott wants to earn all-around label

     Doug McDermott wants to earn all-around label
    The superlatives are flowing fast for Doug McDermott, whose smooth jump shot veteran NBA coach George Karl compared to that of Dell Curry, one of the purest shooters in league history. Just don't expect to hear them come that often from McDermott's...
  • Sam, Scott highlight 2014 ESPYS

    The Sports Xchange Sam, Scott highlight 2014 ESPYS The 22nd annual ESPYS -- ESPN's annual sports awards show -- started off with cornerback Richard Sherman of Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks winning the award for Best Breakthrough Athlete. But two...
  • Gillespie signs four-year extension as UCI's baseball coach

    Gillespie signs four-year extension as UCI's baseball coach
    Mike Gillespie, who led UC Irvine to a surprising run to the College World Series, has signed a four-year contract extension as UC Irvine's baseball coach, keeping the 74-year-old in charge of the Anteaters through the 2018 campaign, the school officially...
  • Kwame Alexander, whose dunks thrill Drew League, seeks to leap to NBA

    Kwame Alexander, whose dunks thrill Drew League, seeks to leap to NBA
    There's a murmur in the crowd as the ball crosses over the Drew League logo at half court. Kwame Alexander is nowhere near the play, but the fans see his dreadlocks bobbing, see him streaking down the court, and know that the closest thing they will see...
  • Star Track: Erik Supplee

    Star Track: Erik Supplee
    Erik Supplee, who grew up in Williamsburg, was announced Tuesday as Georgetown University's pitching coach. "He has a proven track record of success, both as a player and a coach," Hoyas coach Pete Wilk said on GUHoyas.com. "I truly believe he is one of...
  • ESPY Awards: Stewart Named Best Female College Athlete

    ESPY Awards: Stewart Named Best Female College Athlete
    UConn's presence was strong at the annual ESPY Awards Wednesday night in Los Angeles. After winning national championships in men's and women's basketball, the Huskies were a dominant story in sports this spring and were nominated in multiple...
  • Hoiberg heads home after pacemaker surgery

    The Sports Xchange Hoiberg heads home after pacemaker surgery Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg underwent surgery to replace his heart pacemaker and was expected to be discharged from the hospital on Tuesday afternoon. The 41-year-old Hoiberg traveled from...
  • SEC rejects Tennessee transfer

    The Sports Xchange SEC rejects Tennessee transfer Eric McKnight's transfer from Florida Gulf Coast University to Tennessee was shot down by the Southeastern Conference on Tuesday. The 6-foot-9 McKnight had hoped to play for the Volunteers next season...
  • Just Like LeBron, Shabazz Says He's Moving On, Looking Ahead

    Just Like LeBron, Shabazz Says He's Moving On, Looking Ahead
    A lot has changed rather quickly for former UConn guard Shabazz Napier. Acquired by the Miami Heat in a draft-day trade June 26 — a move that LeBron James facilitated to some degree and certainly agreed with — Napier was part of a team that...
  • College Football Playoff: No expansion past four teams in near future

    HOOVER, Ala. –There have been no discussions about expanding the new College Football Playoff to include more than four teams, according to the group’s executive director. Bill Hancock told the Sentinel Tuesday that he doesn’t see...