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  • College football's game of conference realignment is finally ending

    In the children's game of musical chairs, the big loser is the kid who can't find a seat when the music stops. In college football's game of musical chairs, the big loser is probably Connecticut. Or, in the expanded game, toss in Boise State,...
  • Teel Time: History says surprises likely among College Football Playoff qualifiers

    Reigning national champion Florida State, dynastic Alabama, sartorially splendid Oregon and old-school Oklahoma are Nos. 1-4 in the Associated Press’ preseason poll. The chances of that foursome qualifying for the inaugural College Football...
  • Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reportedly re-injures right shoulder, playing status in jeopardy

    Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reportedly re-injures right shoulder, playing status in jeopardy
    Ohio Stte senior quarterback Braxton Miller re-injured his right shoulder during practice Monday afternoon and his playing status for the upcoming season could be in jeopardy, the Columbus Dispatch reported citing anonymous sources. Ohio State did not...
  • Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reportedly reinjures shoulder, status uncertain

    Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reportedly reinjures shoulder, status uncertain
      Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller reportedly reinjured his right shoulder in practice Monday evening with sources telling the Columbus Dispatch that it could shelve the senior for most, if not all, of this season.   The news, which was first...
  • Arnold M. Jolivet, director of the Maryland Minority Contractors Association, dies

    Arnold M. Jolivet, director of the Maryland Minority Contractors Association, dies
    Arnold M. Jolivet, a longtime advocate for minority- and women-owned businesses who was a familiar presence at City Hall, died of complications from heart disease Sunday morning at Sinai Hospital. The Village of Cross Keys resident was 71. "Mr....
  • Big Ten hopes future schedules pay off with playoff berth

    CHICAGO — The Big Ten's expansion to nine conference games in 2016 will enable each school to face every Big Ten team at least once in a four-year span. But it will also phase out nonconference matchups with Football Championship Series programs....
  • Ohio State QB Braxton Miller out for the season

    Last year Braxton Miller’s backup performed so well, there was a moment’s thought that Miller might not be essential as Ohio State vied for the Big Ten title. But Kenny Guiton is now playing Arena Football, so nearly everyone agrees that...
  • Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller out for season

    Ohio State's national title dreams took a huge hit Tuesday with news that star quarterback Braxton Miller has been lost for the season with a shoulder injury. The Columbus Dispatch reported late Monday that Miller could be out for the season, while a...
  • QB Braxton Miller's injury gives Virginia Tech a puncher's chance at Ohio State

    QB Braxton Miller's injury gives Virginia Tech a puncher's chance at Ohio State
    Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller missed all of two games and most of a third last season with a knee sprain. The Buckeyes won those contests by a combined 170-41. Translation: Miller, only the fourth player to earn two Chicago Tribune Silver...
  • Gold Chargers notch 12-6 win in Pop Warner opener

    The Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football Pee Wee Division Gold Chargers got their season off to a solid start Saturday by taking a 12-6 victory from the visiting Saddleback Valley Wolverines at Edison High. Quarterback Braeden Boyles connected with...
  • Teel Time: ACC envies Big Ten, SEC network windfalls

    Fans of Atlantic Coast Conference schools have an acute case of network envy. If the Big Ten, Pacific 12 and the Southeastern Conference each has a money-printing cable channel, why not the ACC? Indeed, among the most FAQs to my inbox are about a...