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  • Braxton Miller's injury complicates Ohio State's mission

    Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could someday inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we continue our Super 16 countdown, with No. 7, Ohio State: A season-ending injury to quarterback Braxton Miller in August was...
  • Swimmer Katie Ledecky wins twice at the Pan Pacific Championships

    Et cetera Ledecky wins twice; Taylor Murray to Ky. Katie Ledecky of Bethesda earned two victories in less than an hour on the opening day of the Pan Pacific Championships on Thursday in Gold Coast, Australia. Ledecky, 17, the World Swimmer of the Year...
  • Get off message boards and join a real fraternity of college football fans

    Get off message boards and join a real fraternity of college football fans
    Steve Gunter is worried about college football fans. He's worried they are becoming so connected to their iPads and iPhones that they are becoming disconnected from each other. "We are creating a nation of loners," says Gunter, a member of the Orlando...
  • Huskies Embrace Casey Cochran's Bad Hair (Media) Day

    Huskies Embrace Casey Cochran's Bad Hair (Media) Day
    STORRS — Coach Bob Diaco introduced his four captains Thursday afternoon at UConn football media day. The team voted for them, Diaco said, and he insisted that Byron Jones, Marquise Vann, Geremy Davis and Alex Mateas were incredible leaders. Given...
  • D-Rose: sore knees, sore body, sore feelings

    Just throwing, um, stuff against the wall:  We’re up to four days now since Derrick Rose’s first game, and he still hasn’t practiced or played. And then he’s going to play, what, three games in five days in a tournament nobody...
  • The Prospector: Bethune-Cookman thriving under head coach Brian Jenkins

    The Prospector: Bethune-Cookman thriving under head coach Brian Jenkins
    This offseason when members of the Bethune-Cookman football coaching staff traveled the state on their recruiting rounds, they had a bit more of a swagger in their step. The Wildcats, under the guidance of fifth-year head coach Brian Jenkins, have...
  • Pac-12 football is catching up to the SEC

    Pac-12 football has relentlessly tracked the Southeastern Conference for years — almost like Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. The pursuit produced its share of botched ACME dynamite explosions, but could the SEC finally be cornered? For the...
  • Equanimeous St. Brown making a name for himself at Anaheim Servite

    Equanimeous St. Brown making a name for himself at Anaheim Servite
    St. Brown has stamped himself as one of the best receivers in California / The combo of St. Brown and quarterback Travis Waller should give Servite a formidable passing duo this fall The first test for any football coach at Anaheim Servite High is to...
  • State Fair horse racing meet runs Friday to Labor Day

    State Fair horse racing meet runs Friday to Labor Day
    Horse racing State Fair meet runs Friday to Labor Day The second season of horse racing in Maryland begins Friday with nine races at the Maryland State Fair, the only fair east of the Mississippi that still conducts a sanctioned thoroughbred meeting....
  • Northwestern kicking game may not be automatic

    Northwestern kicking game may not be automatic
    Northwestern kicker Hunter Niswander has one obvious advantage over Jeff Budzien — size. At nearly 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, he could pass for a linebacker. But as they say in golf, the ball doesn't know who's hitting it. And size can actually be...
  • Road to records for Lake Nona QB began as 7th-grader

    Road to records for Lake Nona QB began as 7<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup><sup>-</sup>grader
    The seeds for success were planted five years ago when Tucker Israel was a seventh-grade ballboy who had the good fortune of already being on a high-school campus. Every day he rubbed elbows with the first varsity football players at Lake Nona, which...