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  • Jim Nantz savors Final Four shining moments

    Jim Nantz savors Final Four shining moments
    Jim Nantz has seen his share of Shining Moments during his career covering the NCAA Tournament for CBS. For 29 years, the veteran broadcaster has been there for the Final Fours and national championships. He was there during Saturday's semifinal games...
  • Watershed moments in broadcasting to come this weekend

    Two over-the-air changes will be ushered in this weekend, both of some historical significance by broadcast standards: For the first time, the national semifinals of a Final Four will be televised not only on cable, but on multiple cable networks at...
  • Terps looking to 'crash the party' at women's basketball Final Four

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — On the day before the women's Final Four, commentators and fans inside Bridgestone Arena used words like "epic" and "historic" to describe an almost irresistible championship game matchup of unbeaten teams to rival college...
  • Gators' loss means UF student will continue to grow mane

     Gators' loss means UF student will continue to grow mane
    If there is any consolation for Billy Donovan's players, they probably aren't the most disappointed Florida students this morning. Demetri Stamas feels like pulling his hair out. Literally. "I'll have another chance next year," he said. Good luck...
  • USC's Clay Helton has no problem reverting to assistant

    USC's Clay Helton has no problem reverting to assistant
    Four months ago, Clay Helton was drawing up a postseason game plan and overseeing USC's staff as interim coach of the Trojans. He guided USC to a Las Vegas Bowl victory over Fresno State in December, and was subsequently rewarded when new Trojans...
  • UCLA is preparing for competition in the secondary

    UCLA is preparing for competition in the secondary
    The entire starting secondary returns for UCLA. And none of those guys should get comfortable. If there is one area where the Bruins have an overabundance of talent, it's at defensive back. By fall, they will have 14 scholarship players in the...
  • Jim Souhan: Zimmer and Vikings shouldn't pass on Johnny Manziel

    Usually when we meet a new Vikings coach, we ask for honesty. My first hope for Mike Zimmer is a little different. I hope he's lying. We don't know enough about Zimmer to know what to make of his critical comments about Johnny Manziel, but because of...
  • Defensive improvement evident, necessary for ODU in spring practice

    Defensive improvement evident, necessary for ODU in spring practice
    NORFOLK — As Bobby Wilder and the Old Dominion football program again hit the "reset" button, they believe they are closer to fielding a defense that complements quarterback Taylor Heinicke and their go-go offense. Talent and experience improved,...
  • UCF's Brandon Alexander hungry to prove doubters wrong

    UCF's Brandon Alexander hungry to prove doubters wrong
    You don't have to be the tallest, biggest or fastest athlete to impact a college football team. UCF senior Brandon Alexander knows you just need an appetite. Alexander, a free safety, gained about 50 pounds since his freshman year to improve his...
  • Big Board: Don't believe quarterback hype, Clowney real No. 1 NFL pick

    The 2014 NFL Draft has been characterized by media and NFL personnel as the deepest talent pool in years. Perhaps even more important, this class is especially rich in the premium positions valued in today's NFL. As the league continues to gravitate...
  • With Northwestern ruling, college sports unions in play

    The following editorial appeared in the Seattle Times on Tuesday, April 1: Images of college football players on the picket line instead of the line of scrimmage are way ahead of events, but NCAA officials might be shocked how the issues resonate...