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  • Steve Spurrier's unfinished business: get South Carolina an SEC title

    Steve Spurrier, who could retire tomorrow and play high-caliber golf the rest of his life, instead seems hellbent on coaxing one more "We're No. 1" out of the football department. It would be South Carolina's third foam finger … since 1892....
  • Les Miles isn't departing from his plan: Louisiana State will contend

    Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could some day inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we continue our Super Sweet 16 countdown with No. 13 Louisiana State: Les Miles has the makings of another terrific team this...
  • Pac-12 football is catching up to the SEC

    Pac-12 football has relentlessly tracked the Southeastern Conference for years — almost like Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. The pursuit produced its share of botched ACME dynamite explosions, but could the SEC finally be cornered? For the...
  • The Times' 'Super 16' countdown: No. 2 Florida State

    One of the worst things about the Bowl Championship Series in some years was having to wait until the last minute of a title game to determine whether a team even deserved to be in it. One school could run roughshod through a weak conference …...
  • Gators, Jaguars, Bucs, Dolphins? FSU is once-proud State of Florida's only saving grace on gridiron

     Gators, Jaguars, Bucs, Dolphins? FSU is once-proud State of Florida's only saving grace on gridiron
    Thank you, Florida State. Thank you for saving us from being in a total State of Embarrassment. A complete State of Disarray. In the name of Bobby Bowden, Don Shula, Steve Spurrier, Howard Schnellenberger and Tony Dungy, what happened to the college...
  • I'll be rootin' for ya, Birdman

    I'll be rootin' for ya, Birdman
    It's going to sadden me greatly if Serderius Bryant cannot bring up his grades to fulfill his commitment to the Ole Miss Rebels. It comes with the territory a lot of times, a writer starts to build relationships with his subjects and as objective as he...
  • Rested starters give Virginia edge over Vanderbilt in College World Series

    Tyler Beede is a two-time, first-round draft choice. Walker Buehler has won 12 games this season, one shy of the national lead. But for all of the pitching at Vanderbilt's disposal Monday, Virginia is positioned even better entering the College World...
  • The Prospector: Serderius Bryant back on field for Ole Miss Rebels

    The Prospector: Serderius Bryant back on field for Ole Miss Rebels
    Serderius 'Bird' Bryant was back on the field Saturday, doing what he does best. He was making tackles, sacking the quarterback, all 5-foot-9, 215-pounds of him. Many remember the scene from last month on national TV, Bryant sprawled, unconscious on the...
  • The Prospector: It's not all gloom and doom with Florida Gators

    The Prospector: It's not all gloom and doom with Florida Gators
    As we hear the cries and wipe the tears of UF fans everywhere, let’s not get too carried away with this whole “Woe is Gators” theme. It dawned on me the other day when I saw some Gators magnetic helmet decals on the clearance aisle...
  • Virginia baseball's recent slide seems more blip than trend

    Virginia baseball's recent slide seems more blip than trend
    Virginia has won two ACC baseball tournaments under Brian O'Connor, and the Cavaliers rode the wave of both championships, 2009 and '11, to the College World Series. Last week, Virginia went 1-2 at the ACC tournament. Moreover, the Cavaliers dropped two...
  • Is NCAA baseball madness prelude to ACC's first title since 1955?

    Is NCAA baseball madness prelude to ACC's first title since 1955?
    Only incurable seamheads and/or incorrigible gamblers organize NCAA baseball tournament pools, but even if you filled out a bracket purely for entertainment, chances are it's more charred than a burger on the barbie. Five of the eight national seeds met...