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  • College Football Playoff pairings, Hokies' Military Bowl bid ideal

     College Football Playoff pairings, Hokies' Military Bowl bid ideal
    The College Football Playoff selection committee got it right Sunday. The teams and seedings. Precisely at 12:45 p.m., as scheduled, complete with the requisite social media outrage. Two hours later, with a curious about-face on two teams that were idle...
  • Virginia Tech and Cincinnati set to renew acquaintances in Military Bowl

    Virginia Tech and Cincinnati set to renew acquaintances in Military Bowl
    When Virginia Tech meets Cincinnati on Dec. 27 in the Military Bowl in Annapolis, Md., it’ll be a chance for Tech athletic director Whit Babcock to see some familiar faces and an opportunity for coaches to reunite. On the field at Navy-Marine...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 11/20 log (updated Thursday AM)

    4 a.m.    Baseball: U.S. major-leaguers vs. Samurai Japan.--MLB Net. 10:30 a.m.    Basketball: Puerto Rico Tip-Off first round: Texas A&M vs. Dayton, then College of Charleston vs. Connecticut at 1(in San Juan).--ESPNU 11 a.m.    Football: Dec. 2005:...
  • Former UM great Jim Kelly honored

    Former UM great Jim Kelly honored
    —Brad Kaaya, the young quarterback with a deep respect for Miami's history, came into Saturday's game against North Carolina hoping to put on a show for Jim Kelly. And there's no doubt the former UM great appreciated what he saw from Kaaya and the...
  • Hyde: Canes' new attacking, aggressive defense of old crushes UNC

    Hyde: Canes' new attacking, aggressive defense of old crushes UNC
    Let's start at the start: First drive. Second down. North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams dropped back to pass and — whomp! — blitzing Miami cornerback Artie Burns flattened him. "That was a surprise,'' Williams said. They weren't...
  • Improvement not enough as Virginia Tech loses to Boston College

    BLACKSBURG — Virginia Tech improved Saturday. The Hokies were far better on offense, marginally so on defense. Most revealing, about resolve rather than talent, they traded haymakers with one of the ACC's most physical teams. But Boston College'...
  • Southeastern Conference has a nightmare of a day

    Southeastern Conference has a nightmare of a day
    The Southeastern Conference had a bad day … wait, is it even legal to type those words? The nation’s loudest football congregation was riding high Tuesday when it put three schools in the top four of the first College Football Playoff...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: W&M sweeps men's, women's CAA cross country titles

    COLLEGES: Cross country: CAA: William and Mary swept the men's and women's Colonial Athletic Association championships in Boston, extending a strong tradition. W&M took its 15th men's CAA title, placing six runners in the top 15 and finishing with 36...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Virginia women knock off No. 1 UCLA, reach NCAA soccer semifinals

    COLLEGES: Women’s soccer: Emily Sonnett and Morgan Brian scored to lead No. 4-ranked Virginia to a 2-1 win Friday over No. 1 UCLA in an NCAA quarterfinal in Los Angeles. The defending national champion Bruins ended the season with a 21-1-2...
  • Virginia Tech nation's worst in allowing long rushing plays

    Virginia Tech’s gifted-but-flawed defense, indeed its spiraling 2014 season, can be abridged by the following sequences from Saturday’s 33-31 home loss to Boston College. On an Eagles first-and-10 midway through the second quarter, Hokies...
  • Bangor grad Naylor suffers spine injury in Bucknell's win over Lafayette

    Bucknell junior defensive lineman Robert Naylor, a Bangor High School graduate, landed on his neck and suffered a spinal injury during the fourth quarter of Saturday afternoon's game against Lafayette at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium. Naylor was...