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  • Much-needed diversion -- Belt Hoops Media Daze

     
    Yep, believe it or not, roundball is right around the corner, and given that FAU returns basically the entire team, and most of them young and still developing and having a huge upside, there is hope in Owl Country.......
  • Aug. 26: UConn Football, Expect Big Year From Howard

    Aug. 26: UConn Football, Expect Big Year From Howard
    Jasper Howard is a talker. He talks to his mom in Florida twice a day. He talks to the wide receivers in drills, oh, twice a minute. He'll jump up from a set of post-practice push-ups to talk about the tattoos across his midsection dedicated to his...
  • Kids don't belong on national TV

    Summer is waning, "The Office" is in reruns, and the baseball team of my misspent youth stinks as usual. But it's not just the calendar, Dunder Mifflin and the Orioles that have me bluer than B.B. King. It's this week's sports television fare, brought...
  • Nick Saban's Tide is rising at Alabama

    Nick Saban's Tide is rising at Alabama
    Alabama has won a record 21 Southeastern Conference football championships, but none since 1999, the program's longest drought ever. The Crimson Tide has appeared in an unmatched 56 bowls, but in 2002 and '03 missed the postseason in consecutive years...
  • MAKE OR BREAK

    MAKE  OR BREAK
    They lost to Alabama and waxed Marshall. What else to expect from Virginia Tech's football team? Alabama's defense is ruder than Kanye West, and Marshall hasn't mattered since Byron Leftwich exited in 2002. Plus, the Hokies lost their most reliable...
  • U.Va. might have reason for hope, after all

    His program mired in its longest losing streak since 1982, Virginia football coach Al Groh spent part of Saturday searching for life rafts. Lo and behold, he found two that just might float. First, the three teams that have beaten the Cavaliers this...
  • Even the Hokies' lapses turn golden

    Ryan Williams gathered the handoff and darted toward the assigned hole. There Virginia Tech's tailback prodigy encountered a 245-pound roadblock. With Boston College linebacker Mike McLaughlin in his path, Williams reversed course, sprinted to the left...
  • The Prospector: Recruiting opportunity awaits UCF this weekend as host to Miami

    We don't need aerial shots of a UFL game to remind us that Orlando lacks sex appeal when it comes to the football season. Heck, we don't even get a preseason taste of the NFL now that the Buccaneers took training camp back to Tampa Bay. That's why a game...
  • Rous named Virginia Symphony conductor

    Benjamin Rous has been selected as the new associate conductor of the Virginia Symphony. His first assignment here will be conducting the symphony's free outdoor pre-season concerts in August-September. As associate conductor, he'll be responsible for...
  • The Prospector: New Central Florida stars emerge in preseason games

    The Prospector: New Central Florida stars emerge in preseason games
    I love it on Florida Kickoff Classic nights when tons of kids come crawling out of the gridiron grass like cinch bugs disguised as college football prospects. They're all over the place. It leaves people like myself scrambling for a roster trying to...
  • Former Peninsula District stars could answer critical questions for Hokies

    Former Peninsula District stars could answer critical questions for Hokies
    Virginia Tech-Boise State, the centerpiece of college football's opening week, likely hinges on two questions. Can the Hokies' offensive line bulldoze the Broncos, allowing Tech to control the clock and keep Boise's potent offense plastered to the bench?...