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  • Golson returns, but starting spot not guaranteed

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Notre Dame - INSIDE SLANT Quarterback Everett Golson helped lead Notre Dame to the 2013 BCS national championship game and then crashed and burned. Dismissed from the school for a reported academic violation,...
  • As Stanford retools, don't expect Cardinal to rule

    Permission has been granted by the highest authority to don Google Glass and eyeball order a search for "new Pac 12 champion." Lower the shades, also, on the Cardinal's winning even the Pac North. It isn't easy dismissing the two-time defending Pac-12...
  • Brady Quinn on joining Dolphins: 'I finally made it here'

    Dolphins fans weren't the only ones sure Brady Quinn was headed to Miami in the 2007 Draft. Brady Quinn thought so too. "I had heard word from a very, very good source that something was going to happen 1/8with the Dolphins3/8 the next day," Quinn...
  • Sorry, Tim Tebow. When the NFL says you're no Rex Grossman, it's time to give it up

    Sorry, Tim Tebow. When the NFL says you're no Rex Grossman, it's time to give it up
    After being shunned for too long, a great ex-UF quarterback may finally get a chance to show the NFL that he can play pro football. No, not him. The Dolphins were going to work out Rex Grossman on Monday. He hadn't thrown an NFL pass since 2011, but...
  • Ducks carry high hopes into 2014

    The Sports Xchange Ducks carry high hopes into 2014 EUGENE, Ore. -- With a couple of players who likely turned down multi-million dollar contracts from the NFL back at Oregon, the Ducks once again figure to be in contention for the national...
  • Ten years later, Adrian Peterson's freshman mark seems unbreakable

    If you've ever shaken Adrian Peterson's hand, you'd remember it. When the 19-year-old freshman walked onto the Oklahoma campus in 2004, he would grab reporters' hands and practically crush them. With a smile, of course. Ten years later, Peterson still...
  • USC football: Ground breaking on Coliseum upgrades three years away

    USC football: Ground breaking on Coliseum upgrades three years away
    USC has control of the Coliseum, but Athletic Director Pat Haden estimates that it will be three years before USC breaks ground on major reconstruction of the stadium. Haden, speaking Monday to reporters who cover the team regularly, said the Trojans...
  • Kapron Lewis-Moore to undergo surgery Friday with Dr. Robert Anderson

    Kapron Lewis-Moore to undergo surgery Friday with Dr. Robert Anderson
    Ravens reserve defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore will undergo surgery Friday in Charlotte, N.C., to repair a ruptured Achilles tendon suffered during practice Sunday, according to a source. Dr. Robert Anderson, a renowned orthopedic surgeon...
  • Hokies vow a return to power running game

     Hokies vow a return to power running game
    BLACKSBURG — When offensive line coach Stacy Searels interrupted a meeting of Virginia Tech running backs early Saturday morning, he discovered a spread-type formation illustrated on the greaseboard. He was not amused. "He came in there and was...
  • Rutgers' Darius Hamilton excited about Big Ten

    Defensive tackle Darius Hamilton was at home with his father, Keith, on the November day in 2012 when they learned Rutgers was going to move up to a significantly tougher level of competition as a member of the Big Ten. "My dad looked at me and said,...
  • The Times' Super Sweet 16 countdown: No. 16 Notre Dame

    Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could some day inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we begin our Super Sweet 16 countdown today, with No. 16 Notre Dame: In the seedy years before Brian Kelly arrived at Notre...