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  • Hokies' comeback encourages, does not blind Williams

    BLACKSBURG — For two halves running, Virginia Tech's basketball team had been smoked like a Smithfield ham or Montecristo cigar. There was the ruinous second period Tuesday at West Virginia and Saturday's lifeless first at home versus Syracuse....
  • Davidson offense an intriguing non-conference challenge for No. 3 U.Va.

    By season’s end, Davidson is unlikely to rank as the best of Virginia’s non-conference basketball opponents. That distinction figures to rest with Maryland, George Washington or VCU, the latter two, like Davidson, members of the Newport News-...
  • A look at Mark Turgeon's history of hot starts

    Mark Turgeon said after Saturday's 70-58 win over Minnesota that Maryland's 14-1 start did not mean much to him. While this was the best start for the Terps since he took over for Gary Williams in 2011 – and the hottest Maryland has started a...
  • Bowl ratings up, attendance down in 1st year of playoff era

    The new playoff era is drawing lots of college football fans to bowl game broadcasts. But it isn't necessarily bringing more fans into stadium seats. ESPN announced that the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl semifinals in the College Football Playoff drew the...
  • Central Women Refocus, Improve In First Two Conference Games

    Central Women Refocus, Improve In First Two Conference Games
    Central women's basketball coach Beryl Piper was eager for the nonconference portion of her team's schedule to end. Not necessarily because the losses were piling up — that happens to many mid-major teams — but because of the way the games...
  • Depth provides pleasant challenge for HU basketball staff

    HAMPTON — Hampton University's Convocation Center has been as much laboratory as gym for the past couple of weeks, as professor Ed Joyner Jr. and his merry band of scientists worked with all of the ingredients in their chemistry set. There were...
  • On The Air Wednesday

    BASKETBALL Noon: Tulsa at Central Florida. ESPNU Noon: St. John's at Seton Hall. FS1 Noon: South Carolina State at Fordham. SNY 1 p.m.: Kings at Celtics. CSN 1 p.m.: Temple at UConn. ESPN2; Radio: 1080 2 p.m.: Houston at Memphis. ESPNU 2:30 p.m.:...
  • On The Fly: Ex FBI Director Talks About Rice Investigation

    Robert Mueller, the former FBI director looking into how the NFL handled the Ray Rice domestic abuse incident, says the league should have been more aggressive in its investigation before initially punishing Rice. There's a revelation. But he also found...
  • Big East favorite Villanova perfect entering conference play

     Big East favorite Villanova perfect entering conference play
    VILLANOVA — Jay Wright is no different from the thousands of die-hard fans in the Philadelphia area. The Villanova coach loves the Eagles, and cheers for all the city's sports teams. After all, this is a coach with roots so deep in the area he...
  • College basketball: 2014 in review

    College basketball: 2014 in review
    THE HIGHS • Jordan Adams of UCLA missed a late jumper that could have tied a regular-season game against Arizona. It haunted him for two months. But in the Pac-12 Conference tournament championship game, he got another chance. With the score tied...
  • Lehighton native Dave Warner has unique perspective on Ohio State-Oregon football championship game

    How different might things be, Dave Warner wonders, had Michigan State scored a late first-half touchdown, one that would've given the Spartans a two-touchdown cushion against Ohio State in their Big Ten Conference showdown on Nov. 8 in East Lansing....