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  • UConn Women Rout Rutgers

    It's never easy against Rutgers, is it? Whether it's a foot or an inch the opponent seeks, let alone a pocket wide enough to slip through, it doesn't come without maximum effort. Never has, probably never will. No. 1 UConn knew this before Tuesday's game...
  • Reeling nation needs a Tiger win

    On a sun-splashed afternoon here at heaven's gate, there are a dozen people crowded around a corner of a giant wooden scoreboard. They are staring at the standings of a golf tournament that has not yet started. They are taking photos of the stenciled...
  • Baltimore hurdler Carter retires

    - The pain of it all was written on James Carter's face. It wasn't the physical pain of crashing into a series of 3-foot barriers. Or the psychic pain of failing to finish an event he had done a zillion times in an honors-filled track and field career...
  • U. of I. athletic boosters get special treatment

    U. of I. athletic boosters get special treatment
    Devoted donors to the Fighting Illini are often thanked with prime stadium seats, first crack at tickets to bowl games or a chance to meet some of the school's marquee players. But a few patrons of the University of Illinois' athletic programs also try...
  • (Dont) Show Him the Money

    (Don’t) Show Him the Money
    Fastball, changeup or curve? Inside or outside, high or low? Slide step or full leg kick? There are hundreds, if not thousands, of variables a pitcher considers over the course of a nine-inning game. Decisions, decisions. For UCLA’s Gerrit Cole, one...
  • Redskins get Kentucky DE in supplemental draft

    The Washington Redskins figure they got a bargain by taking Kentucky defensive end Jeremy Jarmon in the third round of the NFL's supplemental draft Thursday. And Jarmon figures he gets an early jump on his professional career after being declared...
  • OL Dan Koenig commits to Oklahoma State, giving Cape Coral four Division I commitments

    Things are about to slow down at Cape Coral High. With Dan Koenig making a commitment to follow his two older brothers and play at Oklahoma State, that gives the Seahawks four NCAA Division-I football commitments. And with the commitments out of the way,...
  • Jake Cave commits to LSU

    Jake Cave commits to LSU
    The decision came down to geography, the opportunity to play two positions and, oh, that recent national championship. Jake Cave, a rising junior at Hampton Christian High, committed Wednesday to play collegiate baseball for 2009 NCAA champion LSU....
  • Bridging TV deals gap is a hot topic

    Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford had his annual state-of-the-conference session with reporters attending the league's football kickoff Sunday, and not surprisingly, the prime topic was the Southeastern Conference's unrivaled $3 billion...
  • Song Puts Fight Into Huskies

    Sometimes you can't get that jingle out of your head, and if you so desire you can have it as a ringtone on your cellphone. The UConn fight song, "UConn Husky," was written in the 1940s by Herbert France, who started the music department at the...
  • Groh's concern: Avoid getting sacked

    Groh's concern: Avoid getting sacked
    Seven ACC football programs have changed head coaches within the last five years. Do I hear eight? Nine? How 'bout 10, 11 or the entire dozen? Any Sotheby's auctioneer worth his staccato would relish this firesale, where the lone implausible scenario...