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  • Daniels Shows His Toughness After Ankle Injury

    Daniels Shows His Toughness After Ankle Injury
    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — With 4:11 left in the first half, DeAndre Daniels went up for a defensive rebound, fell over Ryan Boatright and, man, this Saturday night in Jersey looked as if it was going to end up ugly. Worse than a night, this was something...
  • When In Doubt, Find Shabazz Napier

    When In Doubt, Find Shabazz Napier
    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Rutgers, like many teams before it, had found a way to contain UConn's Shabazz Napier — for a while. "They were running pick-and-rolls and we were able to run another guy at him," coach Eddie Jordan said. "We were able to...
  • Salisbury, Johns Hopkins should be class of in-state DIII football teams again

    Salisbury, Johns Hopkins should be class of in-state DIII football teams again
    Lonnie Liggins knows he can't take anything for granted in the sport of football. It was six years ago when the running back was named The Baltimore Sun's Baltimore County Player of the Year, rushing for 1,321 yards and 23 touchdowns at Hereford. But...
  • Saturday's college roundup: Kecoughtan graduate Long to coach JMU women's swimming and diving

    College swimming and diving: Richard Long, a former Kecoughtan High standout who had been an Auburn women’s and men’s assistant coach for seven years, was named James Madison’s women’s head coach. More on the hire is here:...
  • PP As In Pressure Point: Year 3 Brings Coach Paul Pasqualoni To Crossroads

    PP As In Pressure Point: Year 3 Brings Coach Paul Pasqualoni To Crossroads
    It has become the dirty mantra of UConn football … 5-7, 5-7 … It has become the song of mediocrity … 5-7, 5-7 … It is the rap of barely adequate for one season and not nearly adequate enough over the long haul. If Paul...
  • Fumble It Away Or Recover: Coaches Often Face A Turning-Point Season

    Fumble It Away Or Recover: Coaches Often Face A Turning-Point Season
    After beginning his UConn tenure with consecutive 5-7 records, coach Paul Pasqualoni faces a pivotal season. The Huskies are moving into a new conference and have an opportunity to add some victories and perhaps return to a bowl game for the first time...
  • Breaking Down UConn's Opponents: Michigan Comes To Huskies House

    Breaking Down UConn's Opponents: Michigan Comes To Huskies House
    What’s in store for UConn this season? A schedule filled with familiar foes and some new conference mates. A look at UConn’s opponents and how the Huskies have fared in the past: AAC Opponents South Florida, at UConn Oct. 12, Rentschler...
  • Fantasy football: Week 9 waiver targets

    Fantasy football: Week 9 waiver targets
    Week 9 waiver targets for fantasy football leagues: Indianapolis wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey (owned in 45 percent of Yahoo leagues) In five NFL seasons, Darrius Heyward-Bey never has played all 16 games and has yet to eclipse 64 catches in a year....
  • Friday's multi-sport college roundup: Jamestown alum Colley wins ACC cross country championship

    Cross country: Jamestown High alumnus Andrew Colley, an N.C. State senior, won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship Friday. He finished 8 kilometers in Kernersville, N.C., in 23 minutes, 37.9 seconds, beating runner-up Thomas Curtin of Virginia...
  • Friday's college multi-sport roundup: Kecoughtan grad's goal helps Virginia Tech beat No. 17 Syracuse in men's soccer

    Men’s soccer: Virginia Tech upended No. 17 Syracuse 2-1 on Kai Marshall’s goal in the eighth minute of overtime in the Orange’s first Atlantic Coast Conference contest in any sport. Senior Robert Alberti, a Kecoughtan High graduate,...
  • Take the Points: College Football Week 1 Lines and a 2013 Season Preview

    Take the Points: College Football Week 1 Lines and a 2013 Season Preview
    It feels like an eternity since bowl season ended, but fortunately today marks the greatest day of the year, when football returns to rescue us from the barren sports wasteland of August.  Baseball?  The U.S. Open?  That stuff is a nice filler, like the...