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  • Tannehill looks jolly good in Dolphins' rout of Raiders

    This is what he needed. This day. This game. This kind of performance that reminded who Ryan Tannehill can be on his good days, not just so his coach believes, but the full team believes. "Hey, Ryan, you were so good I'm updating your Madden score!"...
  • Teel Time: Early mistakes doom ODU in Conference USA home debut

    NORFOLK – Given the perpetual flaws in Old Dominion’s defense, turnovers and special-teams breakdowns are break-out-the-Hazmat-suits toxic. Case in point, Friday night’s 41-28 loss to Middle Tennessee. Sold out Ballard Stadium,...
  • NFL, Goodell sideline the concussion story

     NFL, Goodell sideline the concussion story
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is a public relations genius. That's right, a real American genius if you will. If you don't believe it, then you've probably had your brains scrambled so hard that they leaked out your ear and plopped right onto the 50-...
  • Liberty gets complete effort in coming from behind to beat Emmaus, 42-33

    Liberty gets complete effort in coming from behind to beat Emmaus, 42-33
    When a team scores six touchdowns and racks up 417 yards of offense the way Liberty did on Friday night, it can be easy to forget about the defense and special teams. But make no mistake, the Hurricanes wouldn't have posted a 42-33 Eastern Pennsylvania...
  • Go ahead and hate Jameis Winston, but you can't beat him

    Go ahead and hate Jameis Winston, but you can't beat him
    RALEIGH, N.C. — They hate him and heckle him. They boo him and berate him. They bring obnoxious signs and call him awful names. They do everything and anything they can. Except beat him. As much as the nation's sports fans would love to...
  • Virginia routs Kent State after lethargic first half, though crowd again is low

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — No one need remind anyone associated with Virginia's football program of the latent perils presented by mid-major opponents. In six of the last nine seasons, the Cavaliers have lost to teams from conferences such as the Mid-...
  • The Drive: Four key storylines to watch this week in college football

    The Drive: Four key storylines to watch this week in college football
    Welcome to The Drive. The Orlando Sentinel’s quick look at some of the teams, players and storylines we’re keeping an eye on this week in college football. Here we go: FIRST DOWN Conference USA is still looking for its first win over a...
  • This prep football game is one for the record books

    This prep football game is one for the record books
    The highest-scoring football game in Southern Section history took place Friday night, when Upland Western Christian defeated Whittier Christian, 78-74. It was the second-highest score in state history, behind Porterville's 86-79 victory over Tulare in...
  • Hurricanes' defense dominates in Duke victory

    Hurricanes' defense dominates in Duke victory
    It had to be in the back of their minds. No way could anyone associated with the Miami Hurricanes' defense have forgotten what happened the last time it lined up against Duke. The fact it was still fresh in the memory bank made Saturday's performance...
  • Three things we learned in FSU's 56-41 win against NC State

    Three things we learned in FSU's 56-41 win against NC State
    FSU found itself in a 24-7 hole at the end of the first quarter, but the No. 1 Seminoles rallied for a consecutive week to earn a 56-41 win against NC State. Here are three things we learned from Saturday’s victory.   FSU has found its No. 2...
  • Yale's Varga Takes His Place In Bowl History

    Yale's Varga Takes His Place In Bowl History
    NEW HAVEN — With a distinctive brush of hair, a strong jaw and an even stronger running constitution, Yale's Tyler Varga is a football player off a 1950 Saturday Evening Post cover. There's something classic in Varga's look, just as there was...