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  • Old Dominion succumbs 66-51 in shootout against Western Kentucky

    BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Quarterback Brandon Doughty passed for five touchdowns as Western Kentucky outlasted Old Dominion 66-51 on Saturday at Houchens-Smith Stadium. The Hilltoppers (3-4, 1-3 in Conference USA) led the entire game and got a 96-...
  • Ravens rookie linebacker Xavius Boyd reverts to injured reserve

    Ravens rookie linebacker Xavius Boyd reverts to injured reserve
    Rookie linebacker Xavius Boyd has reverted to the Ravens' injured reserve list after being waived-injured with a pulled hamstring Friday. Boyd was replaced on the roster by undrafted rookie linebacker Nick DiMarco following a minicamp tryout. The...
  • FAU QB Jaquez Johnson helps Owls rally for a win over Western Kentucky

    FAU QB Jaquez Johnson helps Owls rally for a win over Western Kentucky
    BOCA RATON — Well before the comeback — before the Owls solved their issues, rededicated themselves and played their best quarter of football this season — coach Charlie Partridge walked up to quarterback Jaquez Johnson. The Owls, in the...
  • FAU tailbacks Greg Howell, Kalib Woods contribute to Owls' win

    FAU tailbacks Greg Howell, Kalib Woods contribute to Owls' win
    BOCA RATON — FAU running back Greg Howell, a true freshman, made his collegiate debut in the second quarter of Saturday's game against Western Kentucky. Howell gained five yards on his first carry. Howell's second rushing attempt was not a...
  • FAU aims to contain Western Kentucky's prolific offense

    BOCA RATON — Some of the Owls used the word "potent." Other players choose "dangerous" and "explosive." Coach Charlie Partridge went with "powerful." Those were the words the Owls used all week to describe Western Kentucky's prolific offense....
  • FAU eager to get back on track against Western Kentucky

    BOCA RATON — Perhaps now, having a chance to look back, the Owls will appreciate the timing of their bye week. They can reset themselves. They can restart their quest. They can still become a team that will contend in Conference USA. Their goal of...
  • Effects of painful loss linger for Wisconsin

    Effects of painful loss linger for Wisconsin
    Wisconsin's second-half collapse Saturday raised two key questions: Why didn't Melvin Gordon get more than four carries in the second half? And why didn't quarterback Joel Stave relieve an overwhelmed Tanner McEvoy? It took some time, but the answers...
  • Mids will look to put out fiery offense

    Mids will look to put out fiery offense
    Buddy Green spent a total of four days at Anne Arundel Medical Center getting treatment for an undisclosed ailment. When the veteran defensive coordinator returned to Navy football practice Wednesday, it was suggested that spending too much time...
  • Norfolk State edges Morgan State with late TD in Fish Bowl | Saturday's local interest college football roundup

    Tyler Clark scored on a 1-yard touchdown run with 29 seconds left to lift Norfolk State to a dramatic 15-14 win over Morgan State in the 67th annual Fish Bowl Classic on Saturday evening at Dick Price Stadium. The win snapped NSU's five-game skid dating...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: W&M, ODU women win in soccer; No. 8 UNC beats No. 5 Hokies

    COLLEGES: Women’s soccer: William and Mary (8-2-1, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) shut out UNC Wilmington 2-0 Friday in Williamsburg on first-half goals by Samantha Cordum and Emily Fredrikson, who scored the first of her collegiate career....
  • Illini takeaways

    Slow start: Illinois preached starting fast all offseason. Yet the Illini were turtles on sleeping pills to start the opener. The Penguins took a 3-0 first-quarter lead and outgained Illinois 58-24 in total yards to start the game. Illinois didn't get...