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  • Four freshmen ready for action at Northwestern

    Four freshmen ready for action at Northwestern
    As of Tuesday evening, the Instagram handle BMBG_9INE8 had 1,937 followers. Hey, Northwestern freshman Xavier Washington is a popular guy. Washington's mother, Pinice, was not among them. "She calls me three times a day, tries to Facetime me,"...
  • New College Football Hall of Fame a treat for fans of the sport

    New College Football Hall of Fame a treat for fans of the sport
    The college football season doesn't officially kick off until later this week, but fans looking to brush up on the history and pageantry of the sport need look no further than Atlanta. The new College Football Hall of Fame held its grand opening...
  • Whittenburg named to U.S. senior men's world championship team

    Gymnastics After a strong performance over the weekend at the P&G Gymnastics Championships in Pittsburgh, Donnell Whittenburg of Baltimore was one of six gymnasts named to the U.S. senior men's national team that will compete at the World Gymnastics...
  • The Times' top 25 preseason football rankings

    The Times' top 25 preseason football rankings
    THE TIMES' TOP 25 PRESEASON FOOTBALL RANKINGS Rank, School, 2013 record, division, comment 1. ST. JOHN BOSCO; 16-0 (SS, Pac-5); Braves are capable of scoring TDs in bunches. 2. LONG BEACH POLY; 11-2 (SS, Pac-5); Defense should be outstanding;...
  • QB Braxton Miller's injury gives Virginia Tech a puncher's chance at Ohio State

    QB Braxton Miller's injury gives Virginia Tech a puncher's chance at Ohio State
    Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller missed all of two games and most of a third last season with a knee sprain. The Buckeyes won those contests by a combined 170-41. Translation: Miller, only the fourth player to earn two Chicago Tribune Silver...
  • Los Alamitos' Blake Johnson is a versatile and highly regarded punter

    Los Alamitos' Blake Johnson is a versatile and highly regarded punter
    The first time Blake Johnson of Los Alamitos punted a football in a varsity game his sophomore season, the ball traveled 73 yards. That was quite a first impression he made for a school that produced former NFL punter Chris Kluwe. "I remember Coach...
  • High school kickers and punters to watch

    High school kickers and punters to watch
    Manny Berz; Citrus Hill; 5-9; 170; So.; Made 11 of 11 field goals as a freshman. Blake Cusick; Monrovia; 6-1; 150; Sr.; Has powerful foot. Ethan Erickson; Palisades; 6-0; 170; Sr.; Best in the City Section. Garrett Erickson; Camarillo; 5-11; 160;...
  • NFL Fantasy Football reveals reality of our obsession

    LAKE BUENA VISTA — A fantasy-football convention is really not much different from a Comic-Con gig. It can get a little freaky with the facepaint, getups and fanatical obsession with celebrities. And then there are Comic-Con people in all their...
  • St. John Bosco running back hits junior season with a burst of speed

    St. John Bosco running back hits junior season with a burst of speed
    When the smallest player on a football field rushes for 367 yards and scores seven touchdowns — in one game — people take notice. Sean McGrew of Bellflower St. John Bosco injected himself into the conversation as one of the Southland's top...
  • Bears defense takes another big step backward

    Much to the chagrin of Chicagoans expecting so much more, the Bears arrived Friday in Seattle hoping to play up to the high NFC standard of the Seahawks but left looking more like the defending AFC champion Broncos. In Super Bowl XLVIII. The...
  • Will Northwestern's unity translate to wins?

     Will Northwestern's unity translate to wins?
    Around the time the Northwestern football program became fodder for "The Daily Show" and MSNBC, its players gathered to do something unusual — put down their smartphones. "The guys looked at each other, eye-to-eye, and actually talked to each...