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  • ESPN anchor calls USC a 'clown college'

    USC is among college football's most storied and successful programs but ESPN anchor John Anderson described the school as a "clown college" in the wake of the Josh Shaw controversy. Anderson made his remarks Wednesday after USC announced that the...
  • DT Farmer ruled eligible for North Carolina

    The Sports Xchange DT Farmer ruled eligible for North Carolina North Carolina starting defensive tackle Ethan Farmer was cleared to play this season after an eligibility issue with the NCAA was resolved Thursday. Farmer practiced with the team during...
  • Moorman, former CIAA commissioner, passes away

    Bob Moorman, a former commissioner of the CIAA and a well respected figure in college athletics, passed away Sunday at his home in Hampton. He was 90. Moorman was CIAA commissioner from 1976-89, following a varied career that saw him serve 20 years in...
  • NCAAF roundup: Sarkisian says Shaw could return

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF roundup: Sarkisian says Shaw could return USC coach Steve Sarkisian said Thursday that suspended senior cornerback Josh Shaw could potentially return to the team this season. Sarkisian said he shares blame with the athletic...
  • Notre Dame sits fifth player during investigation

    The Sports Xchange Notre Dame sits fifth player during investigation A fifth Notre Dame player will be held out of practice and games while the university continues to investigate possible academic misconduct. The player was not named by the school,...
  • Unwarranted Smackdown Over An Innocent Call

    NCAA, really? To censure Geno Auriemma for a brief call congratulating a Little League star is absurd. Even though this "secondary violation" of NCAA rules most likely won't result in a penalty for the UConn women's basketball coach, the censure is...
  • Mitch McConnell's bromance with the Koch brothers

    Control of the U.S. Senate is the most important prize at stake in this year's mid-term elections. There are 36 Senate seats up for election -- 21 are held by Democrats, 15 by Republicans. The most hotly contested races are in North Carolina, Louisiana,...
  • W&M, Old Dominion open men's soccer seasons with questions, but high expectations

    One searches for consistent offense, the other cohesive defense, but both the William and Mary and Old Dominion men's soccer teams believe they're capable of return trips to postseason. Both teams kick off Friday, with the Tribe hosting East Tennessee...
  • James Franklin will build a program 'as good as' Paterno's, Lou Holtz says

    James Franklin will build a program 'as good as' Paterno's, Lou Holtz says
    What the NCAA did in sanctioning Penn State was "criminal," but the program is in good hands with James Franklin, ESPN's Lou Holtz said Thursday. Speaking at Saucon Valley Country Club prior to the U.S. Mid-Amateur golf tournament, Holtz said that he...
  • For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now ... not later

    For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now ... not later
    More than ever, NFL owners are long on expectations and short on patience with new coaches. And can you blame them? Consider the success last year's new coaches had, with Philadelphia's Chip Kelly, Kansas City's Andy Reid and San Diego's Mike McCoy...
  • NFL rookie QB crop headed not by Johnny Manziel, but ... Derek Carr?

    In each of the last six NFL seasons, at least one rookie quarterback has started an opener. That trend will continue this season — although the Oakland Raiders nearly ran out the play clock before deciding. The Raiders announced Monday that...