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  • Standard-bearer for change

    Standard-bearer for change
    Joe Paterno's stabs at self-deprecation extend beyond his clumsiness with computers or professed bafflement over Twitter. And like his career, they've gone on longer than 50 years. This is among his favorites. When Paterno arrived at Penn State in 1950,...
  • Top Ten Coaches

    John Gagliardi, 57 years* St. John's (Minn.) (1953-) 440 wins, 119 losses, 10 ties Eddie Robinson, 55 years Grambling (1941-42, 45-97) 408 wins, 165 losses, 15 ties Joe Paterno, 44 years* Penn State (1966-) 386 wins, 127 losses, 3 ties Roy Kidd,...
  • 'My compatriot and friend'

    Editor's note: Bobby Bowden is the head coach at Florida State and the second winningest football coach in NCAA Division I. Joe Paterno has a 7-1 record against Bowden-coached teams -- 6-0 vs. West Virginisa, 1-1 vs. Florida State. In my opinion, Joe...
  • Salisbury crushes Apprentice 77-7

    SALISBURY, MD. - The Apprentice School football team started their Atlantic Central Football Conference season on Saturday up Route 13 against perennial conference powerhouse Salisbury University. Unfortunately for the Builders, the Sea Gulls found an...
  • Wake Forest picks off Wilson, NC State 30-24

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Riley Skinner threw three touchdown passes to become the Wake Forest's career leader, the defense ended Russell Wilson's NCAA record streak by intercepting him twice, and the Demon Deacons beat North Carolina State 30-24...
  • McClam rejects yet another foe's kick

    It came with 8:22 left in the second quarter, "the Thud." The unmistakable sound of yet another kick being blocked by Old Dominion. And where there is "the Thud," there is sure to be Edmon McClam. McClam, who started off the season by blocking three...
  • Cavs', Hokies' '10 football classes taking shape

    While National Signing Day for high school football recruits still is four months away, on-campus visits are in full swing and Virginia and Virginia Tech already are entering the final stages of getting a handle on their 2010 classes. U.Va. has 10...
  • Apprentice football's 90th anniversary team filled with success stories

    The Apprentice School football program rescued Jimmy Wilson from the stock room at Sears. He repaid the favor with a 40-year shipyard career. The Builders recruited Fred Canady when others shied away because of his injuries. He said thank you by rising...
  • Oct. 7: Lightning Assign D Matt Smaby to Admirals on Conditioning Stint

    TAMPA BAY, Fla. – The Tampa Bay Lightning, NHL parent club of the Norfolk Admirals, have assigned defenseman Matt Smaby to the Admirals on a conditioning stint, it was announced today by Lightning Executive Vice President & General Manager Brian Lawton....
  • Lake Erie beats Apprentice 36-3

    NEWPORT NEWS, VA. - Sophomore Sean Bedevelsky threw for 199 yards and two touchdowns as visiting Lake Erie College defeated Apprentice School 36-3 on Saturday at Apprentice Field on Trades Day. The Storm struck quickly scoring on its first possession...
  • Virginia has recovered from a horrendous start, but is anyone watching?

    Virginia has recovered from a horrendous start, but is anyone watching?
    Virginia's past two Saturdays have added a wrinkle to this week's Order of the Asbestos Coaches' Pants matchup versus Maryland. Once again, the Cavaliers' Al Groh demonstrated that he is more than capable of exploiting opponents' weaknesses, particularly...