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  • Lafayette's Scheuerman named The Sports Network and Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week

    Lafayette's Scheuerman named The Sports Network and Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week
    Lafayette senior tailback Ross Scheuerman chose the largest stage to give his career-defining performance, rushing for a school and Patriot League record 304 yards against Lehigh in front of a sellout crowd at Yankee Stadium on Saturday. On Monday, he was...
  • Monday's local college football roundup: Norfolk State coach Pete Adrian announces retirement

    Norfolk State coach Pete Adrian announced his retirement after 10 seasons with the Spartans. Adrian leaves after leading NSU to a 54-60 record, making him the second-winningest coach in program history. Dick Price, who also coached 10 seasons, posted a...
  • Preview: TCU at Texas

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: TCU at Texas Fifth-ranked TCU and host Texas roll into their Thanksgiving Day meeting on win streaks. While the Longhorns are playing well and already bowl-eligible, the Horned Frogs have bigger goals in their sights. TCU is...
  • Illinois' Tim Beckman wants rivalry with Northwestern to have more heat

    CHAMPAIGN — Illinois coach Tim Beckman has banned purple pens from the football offices. Before his first game at Illinois, he hung a sign in a football meeting room with "NU" crossed out. He has said often that he won't suck on purple Life...
  • College football roundup: Northwestern loses starting QB

    The Sports Xchange College football roundup: Northwestern loses starting QB Northwestern will be without starting quarterback Trevor Siemian when it hosts Illinois on Saturday with bowl-eligibility on the line. Wildcats coach Pat Fitzgerald announced...
  • Northwestern wants to keep 'one-game season' going

    Northwestern wants to keep 'one-game season' going
    Offensive lineman Brandon Vitabile reacted to a question about whether he had glanced at any bowl projections by adopting a poker face. Apparently that's a no-no for Northwestern players. Finally Vitabile cracked and asked: "They do those?" Yes,...
  • Receiver Sam Handler stands up for UCLA logo despite knee injury

    An injured walk-on receiver became a part of UCLA football folklore by standing his ground Saturday before the Bruins' 38-20 win against rival USC at the Rose Bowl. Sam Handler suffered a season-ending knee injury during training camp, but he became the...
  • Lehigh coach Coen: 'We need to re-evaluate everything'

    Lehigh coach Coen: 'We need to re-evaluate everything'
    NEW YORK — The postgame session with the media was over Saturday night at Yankee Stadium, but Lehigh football coach Andy Coen lingered at the table inside the spacious press room. The questions ended, but Coen was still searching for answers....
  • Gophers, Badgers meet for Big Ten West title - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Illinois - INSIDE SLANT These are exciting times for Minnesota. The Golden Gophers earned the right to play for their first Big Ten football title since 1967, rallying from a 21-7 deficit for a 28-24 victory at...
  • Wisconsin - TeamReport

    NCAAF Team Report - Wisconsin - INSIDE SLANT These are exciting times for Minnesota. The Golden Gophers earned the right to play for their first Big Ten football title since 1967, rallying from a 21-7 deficit for a 28-24 victory at Nebraska on Saturday....
  • UCLA continues to rule L.A.

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Southern Cal - INSIDE SLANT The Kings of Los Angeles? Still UCLA. The Bruins pounded USC on Saturday night, winning 38-20, and taking their third in a row in the series, all under coach Jim Mora. This is the first...