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  • The Times' boys' basketball rankings

    The Times' boys' basketball rankings
    A look at the top 25 high school boys' basketball teams in the Southland: Rk. School (W-L) Comment (last week's ranking) 1. REDONDO (10-2) Sea Hawks are beating quality teams. (1) 2. MATER DEI (10-2) M.J. Cage is emerging as top big man. (3) 3....
  • Oregon's defense has taken a big hit but can still dish them out too

    Oregon's defense has taken a big hit but can still dish them out too
    Oregon football's near-pathological aversion to injury acknowledgment is legendary, if not comical. The company line reminds you of that line from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" — "It's just a flesh wound" — as a knight's limbs are...
  • USC Now mailbag: Sarkisian, Orgeron and roster depth

    USC Now mailbag: Sarkisian, Orgeron and roster depth
    The mailbag was thin but thoughtful and per the usual, the Ed Orgeron mailbag ban has been put off another week. Questions or comments about USC? Email me at LNThiry@gmail.com or tweet @LindseyThiry and I will respond to select messages in a future...
  • USC assistants Helton, Tuiasosopo have glimpsed head coach's worries

    USC assistants Helton, Tuiasosopo have glimpsed head coach's worries
    Clay Helton and Marques Tuiasosopo know how to successfully prepare teams for bowl games. The USC assistants last season served as interim coaches, at USC and Washington respectively, after USC hired Steve Sarkisian. Now they are helping Sarkisian...
  • William Gerberding dies at 85; longtime University of Washington head

    William Gerberding dies at 85; longtime University of Washington head
    William Gerberding, president of the University of Washington during a tumultuous era in the 1980s and early '90s when the university faced state budget cuts and football-team sanctions, died Saturday in Seattle. He was 85. The University of...
  • As conference play begins, Pac-12 basketball is at bottom of power hierarchy

    It was there for the taking. After years of the Pac-12 Conference toiling at the bottom of the power league hierarchy, and six seasons without a Final Four bid, respectability was in reach. The conference appeared deep enough and its schedule strong...
  • On The Fly: LeBron Out Two Weeks With Knee, Back Strains; What Does Future Hold?

    LeBron James, who turned 30 this week, has never missed more than five games in a row, but that streak will apparently end. James is expected to miss two weeks with knee and back strains that already have cost him two games. Are these fluke injuries and...
  • Friday's college football bowl games

    Previewing Friday's college football bowl games (other than Valero Alamo Bowl): •Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Houston (7-5) vs. Pittsburgh (6-6) Time: 9 a.m. PST. Location: Fort Worth. TV: ESPN. The buzz: These teams are in transition,...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball roundup: CNU men set school record with 18 3s; CNU women's Green scores 1,000th point and grabs 19 rebounds

    MEN: Christopher Newport 95, York (Pa.) 61: The Captains (8-3, 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference) set a school record with 18 3-pointers, outscoring the Spartans 54-26 in the final 20 minutes at Freeman Center and shooting better than 50 percent for the...
  • Bowl season is right up their alley

    Bowl season is right up their alley
    Bowl season blew by faster than Oregon by Florida State during the Rose Bowl and Jim Mora by Bill Snyder after the Alamo. Oregon snapped one play every 16 seconds against the Seminoles, roughly the same rate referees tossed penalty flags at UCLA against...
  • Fights, fades, football as another bowl season nears completion

    Fights, fades, football as another bowl season nears completion
    NEW ORLEANS — There are hangovers and then there college football hangovers. Thirty-eight bowl games in just over two weeks and it's no wonder I woke up on Bourbon Street covered in beads wearing an 'In Urban We Trust' T-shirt. My head is swirling...