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  • 'Marked man' Jerian Grant adjusting for Irish

    'Marked man' Jerian Grant adjusting for Irish
    ATLANTA — Notre Dame's matchup with Virginia on Saturday had entered its 31st minute, and Irish leading scorer Jerian Grant didn't have a point. Finally, Grant stole a pass and sprinted for a layup for his first points. Most teams might have...
  • Notre Dame tackle Ronnie Stanley to return for senior season

    Notre Dame left tackle Ronnie Stanley took a long time pondering whether he should skip his senior season or return to South Bend. Stanley wanted to watch Monday's national championship game to see if that sparked any desire in him to come back and...
  • Mules' Perkovich takes over Susquehanna; Lehigh's Cassese to help coach U.S. lacrosse team

    Mules' Perkovich takes over Susquehanna; Lehigh's Cassese to help coach U.S. lacrosse team
    For the second time in two years, Muhlenberg football coach Mike Donnelly has an opening on his staff to fill. Tom "Perk" Perkovich, Muhlenberg's offensive coordinator since 2010 and a member of Donnelly's staff for 11 of the last 13 seasons, was...
  • No. 25 Wyoming returns to AP Top 25; 2 top-10 matchups headline week's AP Top 25 schedule

    It took Wyoming nearly three decades to get back into the AP Top 25. Now Larry Shyatt's Cowboys get the chance to stick around. Back in the poll for the first time since 1988, No. 25 Wyoming hosts San Diego State on Wednesday night as it tries to stay...
  • College football's breakout performance

    College football's breakout performance
    The show Monday night was forecast to draw the largest audience in cable television history. A 30-second advertising spot was going for as much $1 million. The cause of all this attention: the first-ever College Football Playoff championship game....
  • Ohio State pounds Oregon, 42-20, in college football title game

    The talk heading into the inaugural College Football Playoff national championship game was about offense. Oregon played at the speed of light, with Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Marcus Mariota leading the way. Ohio State was at full speed with...
  • Monday's local college basketball roundup: Miami sophomore, Woodside High graduate Adrienne Motley earns two weekly honors

    Women’s basketball: Miami sophomore and Woodside High product Adrienne Motley was named the espnW National Player of the Week and the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week. Motley averaged 27 points and 7.5 rebounds in the Hurricanes&...
  • On field with Buckeyes again, Jim Tressel enjoys timing of Hall of Fame honor

    ARLINGTON, Texas Jim Tressel certainly appreciated the irony of being honored as a member of the College Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2015 on the same day the Ohio State Buckeyes were playing Oregon for the national championship. Tressel was one of...
  • Virginia Tech's trip to play No. 6 Louisville opens possible stretch of four straight games vs. ranked foes

    It’s been a while since coach Buzz Williams has seen a stretch like the one Virginia Tech is about to confront, but at least he’s no stranger to it. That’s more than can be said for his young team in Blacksburg. They’re about...
  • Virginia positioned to be 19-0 entering ACC showdown against Duke

    Virginia positioned to be 19-0 entering ACC showdown against Duke
    OK, now when? After Virginia cleared the non-conference schedule unscathed, with impressive victories over George Washington, Maryland, VCU, Harvard and Davidson, I pegged the Cavaliers’ first defeat this basketball season for Saturday at Notre...
  • U.Va. brings No. 2 ranking into slow-paced matchup against Clemson

    U.Va. brings No. 2 ranking into slow-paced matchup against Clemson
    Clemson's Brad Brownell counts himself among Atlantic Coast Conference coaches who are willing to embrace the concept of Virginia's often-maddeningly tortoise-like pace on offense, especially since he's also a proponent of the slow-and-steady approach....