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  • UConn Women's Basketball Team Preps For AAC Schedule; First Up Is Southern Methodist

     UConn Women's Basketball Team Preps For AAC Schedule; First Up Is Southern Methodist
    STORRS — Back in the days of the old Big East and the newborn American Athletic Conference, UConn's league schedule was filled with at least a few games each season that might make Geno Auriemma lose a few minutes' sleep on the night before a game....
  • Frank Beamer's return figures to inspire Virginia Tech in Military Bowl

    WASHINGTON — Shane Beamer was 12 and a sideline gofer the last time his father was not on the field for a Virginia Tech football game. This was 1989, Frank Beamer's third year as the Hokies' head coach, and less than a week after a coronary...
  • Northwestern coach Chris Collins not afraid to shake things up

    Northwestern coach Chris Collins not afraid to shake things up
    Chris Collins coaches the way you and I would. He was so disgusted with Northwestern's Dec. 17 home loss to Central Michigan, he changed the pregame routine. He removed the locker-room chairs so his players would stay upright and lathered as they...
  • Rutgers gives Big Ten its first bowl victory this season

    Rutgers gives Big Ten its first bowl victory this season
    DETROIT -- Freshman running back Josh Hicks ran for 202 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries and Rutgers held a potent North Carolina offense in check to claim a 40-21 win in the inaugural Quick Lane Bowl on Friday at Ford Field. In addition to the...
  • Terps women excited to play first Big Ten conference game

    Terps women excited to play first Big Ten conference game
    When word began to spread in College Park that Maryland was on the verge of leaving the ACC to join the Big Ten a couple years ago, reaction among many Terrapins faithful, including former athletes, wasn't exactly positive. Disbelief was especially...
  • By the numbers: 2015 schedule for Maryland men's lacrosse

    By the numbers: 2015 schedule for Maryland men's lacrosse
    Maryland has released its schedule for the 2015 season. Here is a breakdown of what awaits the Terps, who went 13-4 last year and advanced to their third Final Four in the last four springs. 10: Maryland will meet six opponents in the regular season for...
  • Northwestern survives Big Ten opener at Rutgers -- barely

    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — His team's performance did not unfold as aesthetically as Chris Collins had projected Tuesday, but the flu-ridden Northwestern coach was quite pleased with the result — a 51-47 victory over Rutgers as the Wildcats won...
  • Big Ten heads to Madison Square Garden for hoops, hockey

    Big Ten heads to Madison Square Garden for hoops, hockey
    INDIANAPOLIS — The 2018 Big Ten men’s basketball tournament will be staged at the World’s Most Famous Arena. In an interview with the Tribune from his suite at Lucas Oil Stadium, Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany confirmed an SI.com...
  • Gulyas helps keep Villanova's football season alive

    Anthony Gonzalez got one of his Christmas wishes. He and his Pitt Panthers are going bowling in a new locale. Pitt (6-6) accepted an invitation to play Houston (7-5) in the Armed Forces Bowl at noon on Jan. 2 in Fort Worth, Texas. The game will be...
  • Saturday's local interest college football game roundup: Flames burn JMU with second-half comeback; Richmond handles Morgan State

    Liberty controlled the time of possession and rallied to upset James Madison 26-21 Saturday at Bridgeforth Stadium in the first round of the FCS playoffs. Nicky Fualaau scored on a 1-yard run with 2:53 remaining to cap a drive lasting more than 11...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Hokies win in OT, join U.Va. advance to NCAA women's soccer final 16

    COLLEGES: Women's soccer: Virginia Tech 4, Georgetown 3: Ashley Meier scored 30 seconds into overtime to give Virginia Tech a victory over Georgetown in University Park, Pa., sending the Hokies to the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16. The Hokies (16-5)...