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  • Why does USC have a game Super Bowl morning? Hint: TV contracts

    For much of the U.S., the hours leading up to the Super Bowl are a time for preparation. Wings are glazed, chores completed, digestive systems cleansed.  There is much to do, and with the Super Bowl creeping ever longer, and the pregame shows ever...
  • Roundup: Meade boys top North County for 12th straight win

    Bruce Spruell and Jerry Washington led the way and No. 11 Meade won its 12th straight, a 64-47 victory over North County, on Thursday in boys basketball. Spruell finished with a game-high 15 points and Washington had 13 for the Mustangs (13-1)....
  • Oregon could make 1st move in college football free agency

    Oregon could make 1st move in college football free agency
    College football's free-agent market is open and Oregon is searching for the next Russell Wilson to replace Marcus Mariota. FCS All-America quarterback Vernon Adams from Eastern Washington plans to be in Eugene, Oregon, this weekend visiting with...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Southern Virginia men stun CNU, knock Captains out of tie for CAC lead

    MEN: David Baety sank a free throw with 5 seconds left in overtime Wednesday to give the Southern Virginia Knights a 60-59 upset victory over Christopher Newport in Buena Vista. The Captains (13-5, 8-3) fell a game behind St. Mary’s (Md.) for...
  • Huskies nip Buffs, 52-50

    BOULDER, Colo. With the game clock racing to zero and Wesley Gordon blocking his path to the basket, Andrew Andrews used a crossover dribble and hesitation move that froze the 6-foot-9 Colorado forward and created enough space to get off one final shot....
  • No. 12 Utah beats Washington, 77-56, behind career-high for Tucker

    No. 12 Utah beats Washington, 77-56, behind career-high for Tucker
    Dakarai Tucker scored a career-high 19 points, Brandon Taylor added 14 and No. 12 Utah beat Washington 77-56 on Sunday night. Tucker and Taylor combined to make eight 3-pointers to give the Utes (16-3, 6-1 Pac-12) their 15th straight home victory dating...
  • Natalie Butler Biding Her Time On UConn's Sideline

    Natalie Butler Biding Her Time On UConn's Sideline
    STORRS — As UConn pursues a third straight national championship, there is other work going on geared to what it anticipates is coming in the future. The program is preparing Natalie Butler, the 6-foot-5 transfer from Georgetown, to step in after...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball: Freshmen guide Apprentice women to a win at Barber-Scotia

    Ylexzis Traeger scored a season-high 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Thursday night to lead Apprentice School (10-7) to a 78-56 win at Barber-Scotia (4-12) in Concord, N.C. Her freshman classmate Quanisha Bruce had 15 points and 18 rebounds for the...
  • Morris-Walker leads Oregon St over No. 7 Arizona 58-56, 1st win over Top 10 team since 2000

    After losing several key members from last year's squad, holding an open tryout this fall and dropping an exhibition game to Division II Western Oregon, expectations for Oregon State this season were low. That all changed Sunday night, when Langston...
  • Arizona State and Oregon State lead Pac-12 race after Sun Devils finally beat Stanford

    This could just be Arizona State's year. The Sun Devils ended a 30-year drought at Stanford, beating the Cardinal on The Farm for the first time since 1984. "'Bout time," Arizona State coach Charli Turner Thorne said as she sat down at the postgame news...
  • Unexpected career move creates more change for new Virginia assistant Chris Beatty

    Unexpected career move creates more change for new Virginia assistant Chris Beatty
    In the past six weeks, Chris Beatty has worn the hats of reluctant home-seller, amateur psychiatrist for a heartbroken kindergartner and wife, and enthusiastic assistant football coach jumping at an opportunity in Charlottesville. He's performed the...