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  • FLASHBACK: In 1964, the Eagles beat the Steelers at ASD Stadium

    August 11 1984—Dieruff grad Joe Atiyeh, who holds dual citizenship, settles for a silver medal — Syria's first-ever Olympic medal — when he is pinned by Lou Banach in 1:01 in the 100-kilogram freestyle wrestling tournament final in...
  • Bills' Brown again makes strong statement at RB

    The Sports Xchange Bills' Brown again makes strong statement at RB PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- The unusual career of running back Bryce Brown continues to fascinate as he now is making a strong bid for playing time in a crowded Buffalo Bills backfield that...
  • Ex-Terps cornerback Dexter McDougle suffers knee injury with New York Jets

    Ex-Terps cornerback Dexter McDougle suffers knee injury with New York Jets
    Former Maryland cornerback Dexter McDougle, a rookie with the New York Jets, suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament during practice Sunday. Jets coach Rex Ryan expressed concern regarding McDougle's injury to reporters following practice, and the...
  • Jacques Patrick, on college choice: Comfort level with school will come first

    Jacques Patrick, on college choice: Comfort level with school will come first
    Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick, one of the top prospects nationally in the Class of 2015, recently sat down with high-school sports journalists at WPC Camp Orlando to answer some questions about his future. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound running...
  • Huskies' Kasen Williams back stronger, more focused

    Even when he couldn't walk his left foot and leg immobilized after a freak football accident Kasen Williams competed with his dad, Aaron. It's what they do. It's how they've always communicated with each other. "I've always wanted to do what my dad...
  • Offensive line development 'critical' for U.Va.

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Greyson Lambert had no shot. Playing in the latter stages of games Virginia trailed by 10 points or more, the reserve quarterback faced menacing defenses that could stalk him without fear of reprisal. In last season’s...
  • Game roundup: Bortles solid in Jaguars' win

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: First version: Three games to follow Game roundup: Bortles solid in Jaguars' win Jacksonville rookie quarterback Blake Bortles, the third pick in the NFL Draft, completed 7 of 11 passes in his exhibition debut, as the...
  • Teel Time: Clemson's Morris raves about Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer

    Teel Time: Clemson's Morris raves about Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer
    Chad Morris hasn’t coached Michael Brewer in five years, but an enduring bond with his former quarterback and a professional reverence for Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer led Morris to steer Brewer toward Blacksburg. Morris is entering his fourth...
  • Hungry for greatness, Ravens' Courtney Upshaw working on pass-rushing skills

    Hungry for greatness, Ravens' Courtney Upshaw working on pass-rushing skills
    Standing at his locker Monday night after a practice spent chasing down running backs and quarterbacks, Courtney Upshaw brooded about a few plays that had eluded him. Visibly tired, Upshaw shook his head. “I’ve got to do better,”...
  • Parents sacrificed so Vikings rookie Scott Crichton could succeed

    MANKATO, Minn. Having witnessed his mother walk through the door at 10:30 every night after a 16-hour workday and knowing his father, with only one leg, labored through his job at a warehouse, Scott Crichton didn't need to consult the NFL's draft advisory...
  • UCF needs to prove last year wasn't a fluke

    UCF needs to prove last year wasn't a fluke
    Last year was an accidental abnormal aberration of an anomaly. A quirky confluence of lucky breaks, fortuitous bounces and serendipitous circumstances. In other words, UCF's season was a fluke. At least that's what all the so-called experts seem...