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  • TCU Reloads For More Roses

    TCU Reloads For More Roses
    In all, TCU, SMU and North Texas sign 74 players on national letter of intent signing day. 2011 TCU Recruiting Class Quincy Aldridge (S, 6-2, 195, Whitehouse, Texas; Whitehouse High School) James Bailey (S, 6-1, 200, Everman, Texas; Everman High...
  • Fredette leads BYU over TCU to gain MWC semis

    Fredette leads BYU over TCU to gain MWC semis
    Las Vegas, NV (Sports Network) - Jimmer Fredette, the nation's leading scorer, poured in 24 points and made two big free throws with 12 seconds remaining, as the eighth-ranked BYU Cougars snuck past the TCU Horned Frogs, 64-58, in the quarterfinals of the...
  • And your voter from Virginia on the AP football poll is .....

    And your voter from Virginia on the AP football poll is .....
    Consider me Virginia's designated piƱata, DP for short, this college football season. Translation: I'm the state's voter on the Associated Press' top 25. The AP was desperate enough to ask, and I was gullible enough to accept, knowing full well how...
  • One BCS buster busted

    TCU can't get to the Big East fast enough. The Horned Frogs leave the Mountain West next season, which is looking good after their 50-48 loss to Baylor on Friday. If they were in the Big East this season, they'd still have a shot at a BCS bowl. The Big...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech vaults to No. 11 in AP poll; LSU to No. 2

    Teel Time: Virginia Tech vaults to No. 11 in AP poll; LSU to No. 2
    A Tuesday afternoon update now that the poll has been released: Virginia Tech jumped from 13th to 11th, passing Oregon, which lost to LSU, and South Carolina, which defeated East Carolina. As you can tell from Monday's post, I kept the Hokies at No. 13....
  • Locals still going strong

    When September rolls around, it is always interesting to see how local girls' volleyball players are doing as they extend their playing days in college. Whether they play one season or all four years, it is a special time in their lives. Newport Harbor'...
  • Teel Time: VT drops two spots, to 13th, in AP poll; 15th on my ballot

    Turns out I wasn’t the only one unimpressed by Virginia Tech’s 17-10 victory at East Carolina on Saturday. The Hokies fell from 11th to 13th in the Associated Press poll released Sunday afternoon. As you’ll see on my AP ballot here,...
  • Teel Time: Oklahoma affirms top ranking, Virginia Tech up to 13th on Week 3 AP football ballot

    Teel Time: Oklahoma affirms top ranking, Virginia Tech up to 13th on Week 3 AP football ballot
    A 12:51 p.m. update: Here's a link to the latest AP poll. As you'll see, my colleagues agreed with my ballot and ranked Virginia Tech 13th. The only team I ranked that didn't make the cut was No. 25 Miami. I did not include No. 24 Illinois on my ballot....
  • Chris Dufresne's college football rankings

    Last week's ranking in parentheses 1. Alabama (3-0): Fans asked to cheer but not go "Hog Wild" on Arkansas on Saturday. (1) 2. Oklahoma (2-0): Perk in Bob Stoops' new contract allows unlimited use of school's private tractor. (4) 3. LSU (3-0): Whoa...
  • Teel Time: AP, coaches' polls disagree on Virginia Tech, Clemson rankings

    Unlike last week, when Virginia Tech rose in the polls without playing a snap, the Hokies earned their bump Sunday. Thursday’s 37-26 victory at then-No. 20 Georgia Tech was Virginia Tech’s most impressive performance to date, a tick better...
  • Teel Time: Should Virginia Tech, Clemson entertain hopes of ACC's first BCS at-large bid?

    The ACC’s first Bowl Championship Series at-large bid would not rain cash on its 12 members. An at-large is worth $6.1 million this season, and given the conference’s equal revenue sharing, would net each school approximately $500,000, or less...