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  • College football landscape changes by the day

    College football landscape changes by the day
    It's good to know there are still some things you can count on. The USA Today coaches' poll, for example, remains a model of cockeyed consistency. On Saturday, Virginia Tech improved to 2-0 with an impressive victory at Ohio State. On Sunday, the...
  • Native Dancer, five others to be inducted into Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame

    Native Dancer, five others to be inducted into Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame
    Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame Native Dancer, five others to be inducted in November Racehorse Native Dancer, swimmer Beth Botsford, baseball-football players Tommy Brown and Brian Jordan, lacrosse player and coach Bob Scott and figure skater...
  • Is Lance Briggs on right track or laugh track with Bears?

    Is Lance Briggs on right track or laugh track with Bears?
    Lance Briggs keeps laughing at the suggestion he needs to behave differently as a 33-year-old linebacker than he used to, but nobody outside Halas Hall finds it as funny. By the end of the season, the joke could be on the Bears unless Briggs and the...
  • Is Mel Tucker on the clock yet?

    Is Mel Tucker on the clock yet?
    If the Bears aren’t lying about being able to fix their defense against the read-option, this is a week to prove it. Because the 49ers have the team to do it. A better team than the Bills unit that just ran for 193 yards. A team with fast and...
  • Bears must get physical, and quickly against 49ers

     Bears must get physical, and quickly against 49ers
    Bills coach Doug Marrone reportedly got into it pretty good with management late in the preseason before his team tarnished the Bears' season. Word is, by the time general manager Doug Whaley and team President Russ Brandon intervened in an expletive-...
  • Goodell's muddled version of Ray Rice case means NFL needs new leader

    Goodell's muddled version of Ray Rice case means NFL needs new leader
    The NFL is all about making billions of dollars a year selling its brand of glitzy gladiatorial violence and power. The kind of violence and power Ray Rice showed. Not what Rice showed in a hotel elevator when he punched his wife's lights out and then...
  • Three things we learned from Gators' 65-0 rout of Eastern Michigan

    Three things we learned from Gators' 65-0 rout of Eastern Michigan
    Three things we learned from the Gators' 65-0 win against Eastern Michigan 1. Do not forget the defense. The Gators' offense stole the show, but the Gators' 'D' had an equally impressive performance. UF forced five turnovers, held Eastern Michigan...
  • Missouri football coach 'very, very impressed' with UCF's Justin Holman

    Missouri football coach 'very, very impressed' with UCF's Justin Holman
    It should come as little surprise that Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel is a fan of UCF quarterback Justin Holman.  The Tigers did, after all, once recruit Holman a few years ago. Pinkel gave high praise for the sophomore quarterback during the...
  • Reports: Former Lake Nona QB Kevin Sousa suspended at Wake Forest after DWI

    Reports: Former Lake Nona QB Kevin Sousa suspended at Wake Forest after DWI
    Former Orlando Lake Nona quarterback Kevin Sousa, now a redshirt junior at Wake Forest, was suspended from the team Monday for what school officials cited as a "violation of team rules." The website SBNation.com then reported Tuesdaythat Sousa was...
  • Ex-UCF coach finds another hidden-gem QB at Trinity Prep

    Ex-UCF coach finds another hidden-gem QB at Trinity Prep
    Trinity Prep football coach Mike Kruczek is a renowned offensive guru. But even Kruczek, who specialized in grooming guarterbacks such as UCF's Daunte Culpepper over decades of coaching at the college and NFL level, didn't see a signal-caller in...
  • John Kass: Send Goodell packing with Ray Rice, then call Condi

    The NFL is all about making billions of dollars a year selling its brand of glitzy gladiatorial violence and power. The kind of violence and power Ray Rice showed. Not what Rice showed in a hotel elevator when he punched his wife's lights out and then...