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  • UConn Expects Rakim Lubin To Fill Big Space Under Boards

    UConn Expects Rakim Lubin To Fill Big Space Under Boards
    STORRS — Watching UConn play the past couple of years, one area of need has stood out. Muscle. Freshman Rakim Lubin, who began classes this week, envisions himself muscling his way into the Huskies mix. "Physicality and a lot of rebounding, that'...
  • Virginia Tech won't raise men's basketball season ticket prices for coming season

    An expensive new men's basketball coach, an ambitious athletic director with a lot of bills to pay, a potentially exciting hoops outlook for the first time in a few years — they all form the ingredients for a possible season ticket price hike....
  • Wrestling | Lake Forest's Durbin gets call from Northwestern

    Wrestling | Lake Forest's Durbin gets call from Northwestern
    Regis Durbin’s life changed dramatically the week of Feb. 22. Since then, it’s only gotten better. Durbin became Lake Forest’s first individual wrestling champion when he pulled off an improbable 3-2 ultimate tie-breaker victory over...
  • Vanek gets his happy homecoming with Wild

    ST. PAUL, Minn. Chuck Fletcher stuck to his guns. On a day where lucrative long-term deals were being tossed around the NHL at record pace, the Minnesota Wild general manager risked that the allure of coming home to Minnesota and playing on a contender...
  • Bills lead NFL parade into training camp

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT The Buffalo Bills will rank No. 1 in the NFL when they report on July 18 to St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, N.Y., for training camp, with the first practice in pads on July 20....
  • Rick Gosselin: Common thread for backup QBs? They lose

    The Dallas Cowboys have long placed a premium on their backup quarterbacks. Dating to the Super Bowl days if you can remember that far back the Cowboys believed they needed a veteran quarterback as an insurance policy and were willing to overpay for that...
  • Big Ten announces men's and women's lacrosse schedules

    Big Ten announces men's and women's lacrosse schedules
    The Big Ten Conference announced the sites and weekends of the 2015 men’s and women’s lacrosse conference schedules Tuesday, the same day that Maryland and Rutgers officially joined the conference as full members and Johns Hopkins came on...
  • Preview: Lions at Alouettes

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: Lions at Alouettes The Montreal Alouettes try to rebound from a season-opening road loss when they host the BC Lions on Friday. The Lions also dropped their opening game and would do well to get in the win column against the...
  • Terps add former Pennsylvania defensive player of the year to football roster

    Terps add former Pennsylvania defensive player of the year to football roster
    Spencer Myers, a Maryland wrestler who in high school was named Pennsylvania's defensive player of the year, is joining the Terps' football program, coach Randy Edsall announced Wednesday. The senior from Selinsgrove, Pa., will continue to wrestle and...
  • Orlando Magic sign rookies Aaron Gordon and Elfrid Payton

    Orlando Magic sign rookies Aaron Gordon and Elfrid Payton
    In a necessary procedural move, the Orlando Magic today signed Aaron Gordon and Elfrid Payton to rookie-scale contracts. The salaries of first-round draft picks are governed by the collective bargaining agreement between the NBA and the National...
  • Reading specialist files suit against UNC-Chapel Hill

    RALEIGH, N.C. Mary Willingham, the former University of North Carolinl reading specialist who contends the university values the eligibility of its student athletes more than academic integrity, claims in a lawsuit filed this week that she was demoted for...