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  • Playoffs or purge for Dolphins — and either possible

    Playoffs or purge for Dolphins — and either possible
    Another year, another hope, another Dolphins season where they're good enough to get the contracts of the old coach, the new general manager and the developing quarterback extended if they assemble the good season within their reach. That means playoffs....
  • USC opener is a Sark easy one for new coach

    USC opener is a Sark easy one for new coach
    The swatch of cardinal flew down the sidelines, arms pumping, feet skipping, play card flapping. In Saturday's brilliant homecoming parade, Steve Sarkisian was the prettiest of floats. He hugged helmets, smacked shoulder pads, leaped into the thick...
  • Acosta rides four winners, increases State Fair lead

    Acosta rides four winners, increases State Fair lead
    Horse racing Acosta rides four winners, increases State Fair lead JD Acosta padded his lead in the jockey standings when he rode four winners on the 10-race program at the Maryland State Fair. Last year's leading rider has 11 wins during the first...
  • Road map to the Super Bowl

     Road map to the Super Bowl
    How do you feel about "spoilers?" For those living in a cave without cable TV, the Urban Dictionary defines "spoilers" as: "When someone reveals a previously unknown aspect of something which you likely would have rather learned on your own." For...
  • UCLA avoids an early letdown and keeps title hopes alive

    UCLA avoids an early letdown and keeps title hopes alive
    Call it what you want — rust, jitters, heat cramps, brain cramps — but preseason top-10 UCLA did not kick off 2014 looking like a postseason top 10. If UCLA is still a national contender coming out of Scott Stadium on Saturday, well, so is...
  • Key question for 2014 NFL season: Can Seattle repeat? Answer is ...

    History is not on the side of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. No NFL team has won back-to-back Super Bowls since New England in 2003 and '04. In Pete Carroll, however, the Seahawks have a coach who has won consecutive national...
  • Penn State wins a classic at Croke Park

    Penn State wins a classic at Croke Park
    DUBLIN – Christian Hackenberg had already set a Penn State passing record by the time he stepped onto Croke Park's turf trailing by a point with 1:08 to play. Then he led the Nittany Lions to a 26-24 victory over Central Florida in the Croke...
  • Despite delayed start, Will Muschamp still needs eight wins to keep his job

    Despite delayed start, Will Muschamp still needs eight wins to keep his job
    GAINESVILLE — Here's how weird, wicked, wet and wacky a night it was: With no players on the field, Gator fans cheered for the only team they could. Whoever was playing Florida State. And that would have been the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The...
  • Virginia defense excels against UCLA, but who's the quarterback?

     Virginia defense excels against UCLA, but who's the quarterback?
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Marked progress but yet another quarterback quandary were the unmistakable takeaways from Virginia's season-opening loss to seventh-ranked UCLA on Saturday. The ACC's worst defense a year ago, the Cavaliers smothered the Bruins,...
  • Behind every iconic figure is a very good story

    LeBron James always was going back to Cleveland. The story was too good not to. His life reads like a script. The first act begins as a poor kid growing up in Akron without a father but in a supportive community that appreciates his God-given abilities....
  • College football season finally dawns from Dublin to Dallas

    College football season finally dawns from Dublin to Dallas
    After the longest wait, the Longest Day has finally arrived. If you don't know what I'm talking about, congratulations. You qualify for protection under the Endangered Species Act for being oblivious to college football. That's hard to do around here....