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  • Washington State QB Halliday breaks NCAA record

    The Sports Xchange Washington State QB Halliday breaks NCAA record Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday set an NCAA passing record by throwing for 734 yards in the Cougars' 60-59 loss to California on Saturday night. Halliday broke the previous...
  • States seek to protect student athletes from heat stroke and other maladies

    ATHENS, Ga. When Georgia public high schools were asked several years ago to devise a policy to govern sports activities during periods of high heat and humidity, one school's proposal stood out: It pledged to scale back workouts when the heat index...
  • With a beat-up offensive line, Oregon will keep getting beaten down

    With a beat-up offensive line, Oregon will keep getting beaten down
    They don't yell "Ducks!" anymore at Oregon. They yell "duck!" Arizona went to Eugene on Thursday night and did to Oregon what Washington State almost did 12 nights earlier in Pullman. Arizona fell two sacks short of matching the seven Washington...
  • Huskies Fight Through it; Notes and Quotes from UConn's First Practice

    STORRS – The first day of practice is history. The Huskies went at it for about 3 ½ hours. The first segment was in the old Guyer  gym. Why? Maybe Kevin Ollie liked the tough, spartan surroundings to get things started off. Lot of running,...
  • CAA, HU solidly in minority in NCAA override vote

    The NCAA's move toward greater autonomy for the so-called Power Five conferences may be a foregone conclusion, but Colonial Athletic Association schools and Hampton University want it on the record that they don't agree. All 10 CAA schools, as well as...
  • On The Fly: Pettiness by Alabama, OK'd By NCAA

    Gaining traction on Twitter and elsewhere is the story of Daisha Simmons. She started her basketball career at Rutgers, transferred to Alabama and wanted to transfer to Seton Hall to finish her career as a post-graduate student. The reason: Her brother is...
  • NCAA football TV schedule: Super Bowl champion London Fletcher to work the Lafayette-Fordham game

    I really don't like the idea of college football games on Friday night. To me, Friday nights belong to the high school kids. That's the way it has been as long as I can remember and the way it should always be. And yet, more and more college games...
  • Charges dropped against former North Carolina tutor

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. The formerly silent UNC-Chapel Hill tutor who figured prominently in the Tar Heels' football scandal has opened up to two key investigators after refusing to talk with the NCAA and UNC administrators about the help she provided to UNC...
  • Big Ten has two big college football problems

    Big Ten has two big college football problems
    The Big Ten, already four schools over the numbers cap, is a Big Mess. The proud conference of Tom Harmon has become a bloated, 14-school confederation drowning in controversy with the hope current East Division leader Maryland — Maryland? —...
  • Big Ten submits plan to help athletes

    MADISON, Wis. Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany has proposed for at least two years that leagues need to do more for athletes. The league's presidents and chancellors in June signed a letter detailing the steps they would like to see taken. On Wednesday,...
  • Amida Brimah First UConn Player To Cross Husky Run Finish Line

    Amida Brimah First UConn Player To Cross Husky Run Finish Line
    STORRS - Amida Brimah is UConn's biggest player. In the Husky Run, he also proved to be the fastest. "That's probably the first time in history a big man has won," coach Kevin Ollie said after Brimah, the 7-foot, 230-pound sophomore finished first among...