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  • Unforgettable finish as Virginia Tech extends mastery of Virginia

    Unforgettable finish as Virginia Tech extends mastery of Virginia
    BLACKSBURG — Virginia Tech's defense had not allowed a touchdown in more than two full games. The Hokies led Virginia by four points late in the fourth quarter Friday night and had the Cavaliers pinned at their own 11. No matter both teams'...
  • Preview: Gators look to snap FSU's 27-game winning streak

    Florida at Florida State Where: Doak Campbell Stadium TV: 3:30 p.m., ESPN Weather: 63 degrees, clear Online: OrlandoSentinel.com/swampthings, @osgators or #gators Quick slant: The Gators have won four of five games in Tallahassee, including 2012...
  • Kevin Hogan has dominated UCLA in his career at Stanford

    Kevin Hogan has dominated UCLA in his career at Stanford
    UCLA played Stanford at the Rose Bowl on Friday and one of the quarterbacks played like Peyton Manning. Not the one you expected, Bruins fans. UCLA football now has a Bruins Killer. Remember the days when that sort of thing against the Yankees made...
  • UCLA brings back old, familiar feeling of close but not good enough

    UCLA brings back old, familiar feeling of close but not good enough
    Same old, same rolled. The Ghost of UCLA Gassed swooped back down upon the Rose Bowl on Friday in the continuation of a nightmare that has transcended eras, outlived coaches and consistently awakened Bruins fans into a cold sweat. Stop me if you've...
  • Carson rises to City Section title game by everyone stepping up

    Carson rises to City Section title game by everyone stepping up
    The story of how 11-time City Section Division I football champion Carson High has been able to reach the championship game despite a growing number of injuries to key personnel is a tribute to the spirit and confidence second-year Coach Kevin McCall...
  • Ravens are right in the middle of a sea of mediocrity

    Ravens are right in the middle of a sea of mediocrity
    Even the most loyal fans have to see that the Ravens are still an average football team in a league filled with mediocrity. The team had its most legitimate chance to prove they were top contenders Sunday, but allowed two long drives in the final 6:03...
  • UF: No offer has been made to new Gators coach

    UF: No offer has been made to new Gators coach
    Less than 48 hours after Will Muschamp had coached his final game, the University of Florida found itself denying it already had found his replacement. The University Athletic Association said Monday morning it had not made a job offer to a new...
  • Illinois coach Tim Beckman makes case to keep his job

    Illinois coach Tim Beckman makes case to keep his job
    As Illinois players hoisted the Land of Lincoln trophy Saturday in the middle of Ryan Field after their 47-33 throttling of Northwestern, coach Tim Beckman issued a direct order amid the delirium. "Bring it to the fans!" he yelled. Those fans in...
  • Brewer's Texas toughness rallies Virginia Tech past U.Va.

    BLACKSBURG — At 6-foot, 200 pounds, Michael Brewer bears little resemblance to his predecessor as Virginia Tech's quarterback, the bruising, 6-6, 250-pound Logan Thomas. But Friday night at Lane Stadium, with his team's two treasured streaks...
  • Catching Up With ... Jack Scarbath

    Catching Up With ... Jack Scarbath
    The blond hair has grayed and Jack Scarbath wears glasses now. Remember the laser arm that Maryland's football team rode to fame more than 60 years ago? "I hardly throw at all now, and when I do, the ball sure doesn't go as far as it once did," the...
  • Catching Up With ... former Colts guard Glenn Ressler

    Catching Up With ... former Colts guard Glenn Ressler
    For a decade, each autumn, Glenn Ressler's Sundays were much the same. The mild-mannered Colts guard would slip into the locker room, remove his glasses, put on his uniform and perform feats of strength. Players called him Clark Kent. "They said I...