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  • USC football morning report: Trojans bowl game success

    USC football morning report: Trojans bowl game success
    Fact of the day: USC is 8-2 in its last 10 bowl games. USC is set to play Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 27 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The Trojans finished the regular season 8-4 overall and 6-3 in the Pac-12 Conference. The Cornhuskers...
  • Maryland natives set to play in bowl games

    Numerous Maryland natives populate the Terps football roster and are set to participate in the Foster Farms Bowl Dec. 30 against Stanford. Several others will participate in bowl games for Navy, West Virginia and Penn State. Here is a look at other...
  • USC football morning report: Preparing for Holiday Bowl

    Fact of the day: USC is scheduled to practice 14 times before the Holiday Bowl, including last week's three practices.  USC is set to play Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 27 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The Trojans finished the regular...
  • Big Ten's rough start to season could hurt Terps' NCAA tournament resume

    Big Ten's rough start to season could hurt Terps' NCAA tournament resume
    This has not been a stellar start to the season for the Big Ten. Aside from winning its annual interleague competition with the Atlantic Coast Conference despite its ranked teams going 1-5, Maryland’s new basketball breathren have not exactly...
  • Wisconsin will aim to hire 'another excellent coach' after Gary Andersen bolts for Oregon

    Wisconsin will aim to hire 'another excellent coach' after Gary Andersen bolts for Oregon
    The baddest athletic director in the land won’t waste time wondering why Wisconsin has turned into a farm team for other programs. No, Barry Alvarez has a job to do — and that’s to replace Gary Andersen, who shocked his players...
  • Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon to enter 2015 NFL draft

    Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon to enter 2015 NFL draft
    Heisman Trophy finalist Melvin Gordon will play only one more game at Wisconsin before heading to the NFL. Gordon told "The Dan Patrick Show" he would declare for the draft following the Outback Bowl, where he could set the single-season rushing...
  • Nebraska player's attempt at raccoon selfie goes bad, PETA wants justice

    Nebraska player's attempt at raccoon selfie goes bad, PETA wants justice
    Nebraska defensive end Jack Gangwish was bitten by a raccoon while trying to take a selfie with the mammal after spotting it on the side of the road last week while driving in Lincoln, Neb. The 6-foot-2, 260-pound junior then took a wrench from his...
  • Mariota wins two player-of-the-year awards

    The Sports Xchange Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota won two national player-of-the-year awards as well as an award for being the nation's top quarterback during the college football awards show televised on Thursday. Mariota was named the winner of the...
  • USC football morning report: All-Americans in the Pac-12

    Fact of the day: Leonard Williams was the only USC player selected to a Walter Camp All-America team. Three players were selected from Oregon, two from Utah and Washington and one from Arizona, Stanford and UCLA. Williams was a second-team selection....
  • Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon wins 2014 Tribune Silver Football

    Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon wins 2014 Tribune Silver Football
    Melvin Gordon and his teammates simply cannot agree: Who deserves more credit for his wildly successful season?   “The attention should be on Melvin,” right tackle Rob Havenstein insisted. “All we do is get seven yards. He gets the other...
  • Big Ten fares poorly in first playoff rankings

    When Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany finally gave his blessing to a playoff, it was a nod to hyperventilating college football fans and a thumbs-up to extra TV money. Another benefit: Given that the SEC champion was practically guaranteed to advance...