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  • Pompano Eagles youth football program soaring high

    The Pompano Eagles have been taken off the endangered species list and the one-time proud youth football program has made a remarkable comeback after a seven-year absence. President Anthoin Smith and a dedicated staff of volunteers have resurrected the...
  • Ten years later, Penn State returns to Indiana needing another victory

    Ten years later, Penn State returns to Indiana needing another victory
    James Franklin has talked about being creative and unconventional and has promised to play more aggressively. What he won't dare broach is the subject of playing desperate. Penn State visits Indiana today seeking to end its first four-game losing streak...
  • Teddy Greenstein predicts the Big Ten's bowl games

    The biggest question regarding the Big Ten's new bowl system is not how it will work. It's why anyone didn't think of this sooner. For decades the bowls determined which teams they would invite. They based their decisions on potential ticket sales,...
  • Michigan State rolls over Rutgers for ninth win

    EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Michigan State will not repeat as Big Ten champion. That isn't stopping the Spartans from finishing strong. Jeremy Langford rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns and the Spartans scored touchdowns on five of their first six...
  • Bowl picture cloudy for U.Va.-Virginia Tech winner, other ACC teams

    Forecasting ACC bowl destinations, including that of Friday’s Virginia Tech-Virginia winner, is far more difficult this year because of the inaugural College Football Playoff and the league’s more nuanced postseason food chain. The Hokies-...
  • Pat Haden, J.K. McKay have fond memories of 1974 game vs. Notre Dame

    Pat Haden, J.K. McKay have fond memories of 1974 game vs. Notre Dame
    For Thanksgiving, the editors gave this typist leftover turkey and stale cranberries. "Got an assignment," the editor said, unsuccessfully muffling a giggle. "Revisit the USC-Notre Dame game 40 years ago, Nov. 30, 1974. Remember that one?" Remember?...
  • Stanford and Oregon are two familiar stumbling blocks for UCLA

    Stanford and Oregon are two familiar stumbling blocks for UCLA
    UCLA has accomplished a lot the last three seasons. The Bruins have won in Utah. The Bruins have won at Berkeley. The Bruins beat USC — and beat 'em and beat 'em. Those were all things that had temporarily been removed from the UCLA football...
  • College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot

    College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot
    Tuesday night’s College Football Playoff standings bode well for an easier placement of the ACC’s 11 bowl-eligible teams Sunday, including Virginia Tech. The key was the CFP selection committee’s ranking the Big Ten’s Michigan...
  • John Albert Spear January 3, 1925 - November 23, 2014

    John Albert Spear</br> January 3, 1925 - November 23, 2014
    John Spear, a longtime resident of Glendale, California, peacefully entered the Kingdom of Heaven on November 23, 2014, ending a courageous and hard fought battle with cancer. John was born in Glendale on January 3, 1925, to Fred and Stella Spear. The...
  • NIU can boost bowl status with victory in MAC championship game

    NIU can boost bowl status with victory in MAC championship game
    Bowling Green was fast and furious in last year's Mid-American Conference championship game. The Falcons offense kept Northern Illinois on its heels en route to a 47-27 thrashing. The same teams meet Friday night at Ford Field in Detroit and the...
  • Crowded Big Ten bowl picture could leave Illinois on outside

    Crowded Big Ten bowl picture could leave Illinois on outside
    The Big Ten sent a memo to athletic directors Wednesday with the message that one bowl-eligible team might be left out of the postseason. That could be bad news for Illinois, which finished 6-6 and could be passed over in the scenarios the conference...