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  • SEC gets last laugh in NCAA Tournament, proves it is a strong hoops league after all

    "Two SEC basketball teams walk into the Final Four …" Wait, is this a joke? No, but it's the Southeastern Conference that's no longer the laughingstock of the college basketball world, with Florida and Kentucky both heading to Texas for the Final...
  • ESPN's Jon Gruden calls Blake Bortles 'Golden Knight' in shining armor for Houston Texans

    ESPN's Jon Gruden calls Blake Bortles 'Golden Knight' in shining armor for Houston Texans
    Blake Bortles' latest pre-NFL draft evaluation has landed him at the center of a crowded room on the ESPN Wide World of Sports campus early Saturday morning. The former UCF quarterback is sitting across the table from ex-NFL head coach Jon Gruden, now a...
  • UM's receivers eager to help fill holes, boost Hurricanes' offense

    UM's receivers eager to help fill holes, boost Hurricanes' offense
    CORAL GABLES — For Miami, there were plenty of questions coming into spring practice. Would Ryan Williams or Kevin Olsen take over as the Hurricanes' starting quarterback? Could the maligned defense find the leadership and physical play it needed...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia Tech adds Brandon Facyson to lengthy injury list; Beamer's thoughts as spring practice opens

    With Virginia still working its way through the NCAA men's basketball tournament, and Virginia Tech opening spring football practices yesterday, I'm struck by how difficult it is to be in two places at once. In most cases, I think I do a decent job of...
  • For 250 Years, Our Readers Have Been Very Good Sports

    Over the past month we have written about 30 stories looking back at various teams, athletes, moments as part of the Courant's 250th anniversary. We got lost for hours at a time in the Courant's electronic archives and we found many reasons to dwell...
  • FSU's Jameis Winston wants to "start throwing rockets" in the spring

    FSU's Jameis Winston wants to "start throwing rockets" in the spring
    FSU QB Jameis Winston knows he has a lot of room to grow, even after a record-setting freshman campaign. The Heisman Trophy winner began spring practice with his teammates on Wednesday. With the departure of OC Bryan Stork and starting WRs Kelvin...
  • John Adams: Expect a Pearl Jam at Auburn

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. A local restaurant was abuzz with March Madness on Tuesday afternoon. But it was a different kind of madness. It had nothing to do with Tennessee beginning play in the NCAA tournament Wednesday. Or a bracket debate over a possible No. 12...
  • Blake Bortles thrives in pro day spotlight, proves he's bigger than Gators and Arnie

    Blake Bortles thrives in pro day spotlight, proves he's bigger than Gators and Arnie
    One of the biggest sporting spectacles in the country — the NCAA Tournament — begins in Orlando Thursday with the No. 1-ranked Florida Gators in town playing at the Amway Center. One of the most popular stops on the PGA Tour — The...
  • College football calls off vote on controversial rule proposal

    College football calls off vote on controversial rule proposal
    The most polarizing proposal in recent college football history was tabled Wednesday, as in shelved, one day before a NCAA rules committee was going to vote on the controversial pace-of-play issue. The rule would have penalized a team for snapping the...
  • Arthur Jones on time with the Ravens: 'It was an awesome four years'

    Arthur Jones on time with the Ravens: 'It was an awesome four years'
    It has been a hectic 48 hours for former Ravens defensive tackle Arthur Jones, whose hard work during his four years in Baltimore was rewarded with a five-year, $33 million contract from the Indianapolis Colts shortly after free agency began Tuesday...
  • Northwestern ruling could 'rattle the universe of universities'

    Northwestern ruling could 'rattle the universe of universities'
    Northwestern University football players on scholarship are employees of the school and therefore entitled to hold an election to decide whether to unionize, an official of the National Labor Relations Board ruled Wednesday. The stunning decision,...