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  • With a blank slate, college football's playoff hopes to build a ubiquitous sports brand

    The Super Bowl did not start as the Super Bowl. The NCAA men's basketball tournament eventually came to be known as March Madness, and its semifinals as the Final Four. Now, even the most casual sports fans know exactly what they are. The College...
  • Penn State investing to compete in the Big Ten

    Penn State investing to compete in the Big Ten
    "Make this awesome," James Franklin said of a proposed upgrade to the hydrotherapy room in Penn State's football building. How about "controlled lighting" and "inspirational branding" to set the mood for cold-tub soaks? The Penn State Board of Trustees'...
  • Tulsa 66, UConn 58: Wrapping Things Up At Reynolds Center

        TULSA, Okla. – A stinker for the Huskies tonight, of course. They had a chance, on this road trip, to get themselves in pretty good shape, but they were badly outplayed by Tulsa. Now there is more urgency to win at Stanford. The Huskies...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: U.Va.'s Blanding gains another Freshman All-America honor

    COLLEGES: Football: Virginia safety Quin Blanding of Virginia Beach earned his seventh Freshman All-America honor when the Football Writers Association of America included him on its postseason list. Blanding is the sixth all-time U.Va. freshman to...
  • Trinity Stumbles After 10-Game Win Streak, Hosts Bates Next

    The Trinity men's basketball team developed a nice feel for the season's potential by going nearly eight weeks without a loss. The Bantams had won 10 in a row heading into Tuesday's home game against Merchant Marine Academy, which ended up being an eye-...
  • Bruce Pearl is back, Gators' Donovan said SEC better for it

    Bruce Pearl is back, Gators' Donovan said SEC better for it
    Coach Bruce Pearl has been welcomed back to the SEC with open arms following a three-year exile from coaching for "unethical conduct" during his highly successful tenure at Tennessee. In a conference known for football and with few big-name men's...
  • NSU's Scott names ex-HU coach Holmes, ex-CNU assistant Faragalli as coordinators

    NSU's Scott names ex-HU coach Holmes, ex-CNU assistant Faragalli as coordinators
    Norfolk State football coach Latrell Scott's staff will have a familiar look, as he named former Hampton U. coach Jerry Holmes as defensive coordinator and Christopher Newport quarterbacks coach and play-caller Mike Faragalli as offensive coordinator, the...
  • Orlando Boone WR Adam Anderson commits to South Dakota State

    Orlando Boone WR Adam Anderson commits to South Dakota State
    Orlando Boone wide receiver Adam Anderson committed to South Dakota State following an official visit to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision school. Anderson, whom many figure has upper-level college skills, set several records at Boone this...
  • Penn State wrestling tries to bounce back after loss to Buckeyes

    Penn State wrestling tries to bounce back after loss to Buckeyes
    UNIVERSITY PARK - It wasn't a completely unfamiliar feeling for Penn State wrestlers and their coaches as they rode back from Columbus to Happy Valley on Sunday. The Nittany Lions (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten) have lost duals on the road and have had trips home to...
  • By the numbers: 2015 schedule for Salisbury men's lacrosse

    By the numbers: 2015 schedule for Salisbury men's lacrosse
    Salisbury has released its schedule for the 2015 season. Here is a breakdown of what awaits the Sea Gulls, who went 21-2 last year and advanced to the NCAA Division III championship. 10: Salisbury is scheduled to play 10 games at Sea Gull Stadium. It...
  • Nationals sign Carp to minor league deal

    Already lacking left-handed bats off the bench and suddenly in need of more outfield depth because of Jayson Werth's unexpected shoulder surgery, the Washington Nationals added a player with the potential to fill both needs Tuesday. Washington signed...