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  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: CNU men set school record with 18 3s; CNU women's Green scores 1,000th point and grabs 19 rebounds

    MEN: Christopher Newport 95, York (Pa.) 61: The Captains (8-3, 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference) set a school record with 18 3-pointers, outscoring the Spartans 54-26 in the final 20 minutes at Freeman Center and shooting better than 50 percent for the...
  • State hoops: Huge 2nd half helps No. 14 Terps women rout No. 12 Nebraska

    State hoops: Huge 2nd half helps No. 14 Terps women rout No. 12 Nebraska
    Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 24 points, Laurin Mincy added 22 and the No. 14 Maryland women's basketball team used a big second half Saturday to beat 12th-ranked Nebraska, 75-47. The visiting Terps (11-2, 2-0 Big Ten) had more points in the second...
  • Bowl season is right up their alley

    Bowl season is right up their alley
    Bowl season blew by faster than Oregon by Florida State during the Rose Bowl and Jim Mora by Bill Snyder after the Alamo. Oregon snapped one play every 16 seconds against the Seminoles, roughly the same rate referees tossed penalty flags at UCLA against...
  • Big Ten hoping Ohio St. leads a league football resurgence

    Big Ten hoping Ohio St. leads a league football resurgence
    The Big Ten is starting the new year with a new sense of pride. The first week of January typically is when the conference absorbs insults and jeers following a run of disappointing bowl performances. Not this year. Not after Ohio State took down...
  • Washington could be named candidate for 2024 Summer Olympics on Thursday

    Washington could be named candidate for 2024 Summer Olympics on Thursday
    The United States Olympic Committee is likely to announce Thursday which city will be the U.S. candidate to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The finalists are Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington. An announcement would follow a USOC board-of-...
  • Shannon Ryan's Big Ten rankings

    Shannon Ryan's Big Ten rankings
    (Record, last week's ranking in parentheses.) 1. Wisconsin (14-1 overall, 2-0 Big Ten; No. 1): Doesn't look like Wisconsin will be truly tested in the Big Ten season until a Feb. 24 date at Maryland. The first two conference victories were double-...
  • Month into job, Nebraska football coach Mike Riley says he's feeling love from the fans

    Mike Riley spent his first month as Nebraska's new football coach assembling his staff, securing pledges from recruits and getting a feel for the personnel he'll work with this spring. He also found out on the day he arrived that nearly everybody in...
  • Big 12, Big Eight prominent in College Football Hall of Fame class

    DALLAS Rece Davis, master of ceremonies for the College Football Hall of Fame ceremony, asked for one more question, gazed around the room, and saw the raised hand of a woman in a purple shawl. "I have just one question," Sharon Snyder said. "He's very...
  • Wisconsin defeats Iowa 26-24

    IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave completed a 35-yard pass to running back Melvin Gordon on third-and-12, leading to the game-deciding touchdown and completing a 26-24 victory over Iowa on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium. With a delayed...
  • USC, Nebraska to receive happy Holiday Bowl gifts

    Happy Holiday Bowl, indeed. There will be no hair dryers or backpacks this season. USC players hit the bowl-game-gift jackpot with their invitation to the Holiday Bowl, where they’ll receive a $445 gift card to Best Buy, a Fossil watch and a...
  • Boys basketball blog: St. Joseph ready to bring the noise?

    Boys basketball blog: St. Joseph ready to bring the noise?
    There should have been a buzz surrounding St. Joseph basketball heading into the season. Two guards were entering their third seasons as varsity starters, and Glynn Watson (Nebraska) and Jordan Ash (Northwestern) had accepted scholarships to play Big...