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  • College World Series finish could give UF Capital One Cup

     
    Florida heads to the College World Series with perhaps a little more on the line than a national title. The Gators are hoping for an extended stay in Omaha, Neb., one that could help them clinch the Capital One Cup. Florida is currently sixth in the men's...
  • UCLA basketball: Matt Carlino hopes to make debut against Kansas

     
    No one would blame UCLA freshman guard Matt Carlino if he started to wonder why he was in such a rush to get to Westwood. The former Indiana high school basketball star gave up prom and all the rites of......
  • Boys' basketball: Legends on bench for Manual Arts

     
    Those who played basketball in the City Section in the 1970s or watched as a fan would have had their autograph books out on Monday asking the legendary Manual Arts High coaches to offer their signatures. Dwayne Polee Sr. and......
  • USC football: Pat Haden surprised by NCAA decision regarding Cam Newton

     
    The NCAA’s decision Wednesday to reinstate Auburn quarterback Cam Newton without penalty despite the prohibited actions of his father surprised USC Athletic Director Pat Haden. Haden oversees a program that was hit with some of the harshest NCAA...
  • VOTE: Do you agree with the NCAA’s ruling on Cam Newton?

     
    VOTE: Do you agree with the NCAA's ruling on Cam Newton? Auburn quarterback Cam Newton was briefly ruled ineligible by the NCAA but has been reinstated and is eligible for the SEC championship game....
  • Auburn quarterback Cam Newton is cleared to play by NCAA

     
    A day after Auburn declared Cam Newton ineligible for violating amateurism rules, the NCAA reinstated the star quarterback and lifted a cloud that has hovered over the program for a month. The decision appears to remove any taint should Auburn......
  • Five college football games to watch this weekend

     
    Five college football games to watch this weekend A full schedule of conference championships highlight this weekend's play. Here are five college football games to keep an eye on this weekend....
  • UCF releases 2011 baseball schedule

     
    UCF releases 2011 baseball schedule...
  • Question of the day: Did the Cam Newton decision fundamentally change NCAA enforcement?

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times Yes, the NCAA decision on Cam......
  • What's your take on the latest USC vs. UCLA rivalry pranks?

     
    The stakes are unusually low for the annual USC-UCLA football game Saturday at the Rose Bowl. The Trojans are banned by NCAA sanctions from postseason play and the mediocre Bruins didn't win enough games to be bowl eligible. The rivalry,......
  • UCLA basketball: Head of officiating backs controversial call

     
    John Adams, the head of NCAA basketball officiating, told ESPN's Andy Katz that official Doug Simmons made the correct foul call on UCLA's Malcolm Lee with seven-tenths of a second left in the Bruins' 77-76 loss to No. 4 Kansas......