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  • FSU is not overly concerned about preparing for Clemson's two QB system

    FSU is not overly concerned about preparing for Clemson's two QB system
    Clemson is expected to use two different quarterbacks against FSU, but the Seminoles will not significantly alter how they prepare for each signal caller. The Tigers are utilizing two players – senior starter Cole Stoudt and highly-regarded...
  • Becahi's Simmons wants to make sure all the eruptions are on TDs

    Becahi's Simmons wants to make sure all the eruptions are on TDs
    He is perhaps the most dynamic athlete in the Lehigh Valley. He's an explosive receiver and kick returner on the football field, a fluid scoring machine on the basketball court and a District 11 champion hurdler in track. There are times when it seems...
  • Bears follow their leader — Cutler — to stunning victory

    Bears follow their leader — Cutler — to stunning victory
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — With the crown of his gold helmet, 49ers defensive tackle Quinton Dial delivered a piercing blow to Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's chest Sunday night at Levi's Stadium. It was the second quarter and the Bears trailed 17-0...
  • In Almost Every Facet, Giants Succeed At Beating Themselves

    In Almost Every Facet, Giants Succeed At Beating Themselves
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — From the cynical seats at MetLife Stadium, the Giants' fourth-quarter collapse Sunday in their home opener could be applauded for its precision. It was clinical. It was surgical. And given some of the precursors, the timing...
  • Ten things we learned during this weekend of college football action

    Ten things we learned during this weekend of college football action
    Check out the top 10 things we learned during another packed college football weekend: 1. Never count out Steve Spurrier. The Gamecocks seemed to be shoved out the SEC division title race after a blowout loss to Texas A&M in the opener, but South...
  • Colonial's starting tight end has surgery for arm broken in practice

    Colonial's starting tight end has surgery for arm broken in practice
    Colonial's starting tight end, senior Anthony Carpio, underwent surgery Wednesday morning after breaking two bones in his forearm at practice the day before.  "He got tackled and fell on it," Colonial coach Mike Short said. "It's a really, really big...
  • NFL has good guys if you look

    The NFL has more than 1,600 players. And if we looked at everything objectively, we'd find that Ray Rice, Greg Hardy and Adrian Peterson are seriously outnumbered by a lot of good people in the sport. "There is a lot of negativity out right now in the...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech secondary needs to regain confidence after ECU defeat

    Teel Time: Virginia Tech secondary needs to regain confidence after ECU defeat
    Virginia Tech hurried Shane Carden into the second-worst completion percentage of his East Carolina career Saturday. The Hokies sacked him four times, foiled him on 10-of-15 third downs and owned the ball for 13 more minutes. If ever a victory formula...
  • Resch to coach Team USA at indoor lacrosse worlds

    Resch to coach Team USA at indoor lacrosse worlds
    Et cetera Resch to coach Team USA at indoor lacrosse worlds Former Chesapeake Bayhawks assistant coach Tony Resch has been named head coach of the U.S. team for the 2015 Federation of International Lacrosse World Indoor Championship. Resch helped...
  • Marc Trestman shares blame for poor special teams play

    It takes a certain type of mentality to play special teams. Just ask Bears middle linebacker D.J. Williams, a longtime star since his days as one of the most highly recruited players out of De La Salle in Concord, Calif. That high school program is...
  • UF quarterback Jeff Driskel's running ability noticeably absent through two games

    Jeff Driskel's dual-threat abilities made him the nation's top quarterback recruit in 2011, a record-setter at UF in 2012 and a perfect fit for Kurt Roper's spread offense in 2014. But Driskel's threat as a runner has been noticeably absent through...