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  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: No. 14 VCU men win, as do ODU and CNU women

    After an embarrassing second half in a loss to eventual Legends Classic champion Villanova, the No. 14 VCU Rams were determined to put that behind them the next night. They did. Melvin Johnson scored 19 points and Treveon Graham had 13 to lead the...
  • OSU-Oregon Magnifies UConn's Futility And Distance From Top

    OSU-Oregon Magnifies UConn's Futility And Distance From Top
    Big-time college football never seemed farther away from Connecticut than on Monday night. The inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship was held in the same Texas Taj Mahal where UConn won its fourth NCAA basketball championship last...
  • How could the college football playoff change next year?

    How could the college football playoff change next year?
    The first College Football Playoff was a success on almost every level — except maybe for fans of TCU and Baylor. Otherwise, there was not much to gripe about. And Ohio State walking away with the first championship by beating Oregon 42-20 on...
  • West Virginia commit Alec Shriner has one more high school game left

    West Virginia commit Alec Shriner has one more high school game left
    Oviedo lineman Alec Shriner spent last week playing in the Offense-Defense All-American Game in Orlando, but that won't be his final task as a high school football player. Next month the 6-foot-4, 270-pound Shriner will play in another all-star event,...
  • Virginia Tech's trip to play No. 6 Louisville opens possible stretch of four straight games vs. ranked foes

    It’s been a while since coach Buzz Williams has seen a stretch like the one Virginia Tech is about to confront, but at least he’s no stranger to it. That’s more than can be said for his young team in Blacksburg. They’re about...
  • Fear not, Southern football shall rise again

    Fear not, Southern football shall rise again
    According to news reports, the South just suffered its darkest day in 37 years. Who among us doesn't remember Aug. 16, 1977, the day Elvis died? On Jan. 1, 2015, SEC football went belly-up. And like Elvis, the best fans can hope for is the occasional...
  • Geno Loves New York, And Memories Of Past Big East Rivals

    Geno Loves New York, And Memories Of Past Big East Rivals
    Anytime UConn plays in New York, Geno Auriemma tries to guarantee a good time even before the day of the game. For Auriemma, the chance for his players to experience new things, memorable things, is as integral a part of the student-athlete experience...
  • UConn Men's Insider: RPI, Recruiting Are 2015 Challenges

    UConn Men's Insider: RPI, Recruiting Are 2015 Challenges
    Resolve has always been one of Kevin Ollie's favorite words, and no college basketball team showed more "resolve" in 2014 than the Huskies. To go from a No. 7 seed in the East Regional all the way to the championship showed a year's worth of resolve in...
  • Thursday's college football bowl games

    Thursday's college football bowl games
    College football bowl games on Thursday (other than national semifinal Rose and Sugar bowls): •Outback Bowl No. 18 Wisconsin (10-3) vs. No. 19 Auburn (8-4) Time: 9 a.m. PST. Location: Tampa, Fla. TV: ESPN2. The buzz: The Badgers enter the...
  • Texas A&M cuts ties with football assistant who hit opposing players

    Texas A&M cuts ties with football assistant who hit opposing players
    Texas A&M student assistant coach Mike Richardson was not allowed back on the sideline after halftime during Monday's Liberty Bowl, in which the Aggies defeated West Virginia, 45-37. Richardson was caught on camera appearing to intentionally strike...
  • After close first half, Virginia Tech can't hang with No. 17 West Virginia

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- For 20 minutes, it seemed as if Virginia Tech might be competitive in its first game against a top-25 opponent in Buzz Williams' coaching era. But then, Coach Bob Huggins' West Virginia Mountaineers ran and hid. Guards Juwan Staten...