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  • Heat Sign Napier; Terms Not Disclosed

    Rookie guard Shabazz Napier signed with the Miami Heat on Friday, the team announced. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Napier, who was drafted by the Charlotte Hornets at No. 24 before being acquired by the Heat on draft night, is a a two-time NCAA...
  • NCAAF roundup: Slive gives warning to NCAA

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF roundup: Slive gives warning to NCAA Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive is ready to take his league and go elsewhere if the NCAA Division I board does not adopt sweeping changes that would lend autonomy to the...
  • The Prospector: Osceola LB Riley Nicholson struggles with decision between UCF, NC State

    The Prospector: Osceola LB Riley Nicholson struggles with decision between UCF, NC State
    Riley Nicholson is faced with a big-time decision. He's 17 years old and he, like all college football recruits, is about the make the biggest choice of his young life. It's a choice that will determine the path to the rest of his life. It's...
  • Editorial: What players' brain damage will cost the NFL

    Editorial: What players' brain damage will cost the NFL
    Chicago football fans need no reminding of the danger the game poses to the brains of players. Former Bears All-Pro safety Dave Duerson dramatized it when he committed suicide in 2011, shooting himself in the chest. He wanted his brain to be intact so...
  • ESU's Nico Delerme a baseball statistical champion, leads NCAA DII in on-base percentage

    On-base percentage has been widely regarded as baseball's most important individual offensive statistic by sabermatricians. Nobody across the nation in Division II was better at this skill than East Stroudsburg University's Nico Delerme. Delerme, a red-...
  • 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...
  • Miami ranked No. 44, Hurricanes chase Coastal Division title

    Miami ranked No. 44, Hurricanes chase Coastal Division title
    The Orlando Sentinel's college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2014 season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our...
  • World Cup: Is playing for third place really much of a consolation?

    In North American sports, they are known as consolation games. The root word of consolation is console, which is defined as lessening someone's grief, sorrow or disappointment. Not exactly a catchy way to promote a competition: Come watch two teams...
  • Penn State's Dieffenbach hopes to return this season from ACL injury

    Penn State's Dieffenbach hopes to return this season from ACL injury
    Offensive guard Miles Dieffenbach said Saturday that he hopes to play again this season after sustaining an ACL injury during spring drills. The fifth-year senior, who has started 23 games the past two seasons, had surgery and is undergoing rehab....
  • New NCAA concussion safety guidelines welcomed by football coaches, athletic trainers

    New NCAA concussion safety guidelines welcomed by football coaches, athletic trainers
    Mike London well remembers his football playing days on the Peninsula and the way in which head injuries were often treated. "You'd get your bell rung," Virginia's head coach said, "and you'd go to the sideline. The coach would grab your face mask and...
  • Weekend tennis roundup: Poquoson's Hunter, daughter Andrea go unbeaten as 4.5 team advances from state tournament

    Weekend tennis roundup: Poquoson's Hunter, daughter Andrea go unbeaten as 4.5 team advances from state tournament
    A mother-daughter combination from Poquoson sparked their team to first place in their flight as the USTA Virginia 18-and-over district championships continued at Huntington Park, Old Dominion and Christopher Newport. Charo Hunter and her daughter...