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  • Notebook: Vanderbilt women's team withdraws from Navy invite after hazing incident

    Notebook: Vanderbilt women's team withdraws from Navy invite after hazing incident
    Because of a hazing incident, the Vanderbiltwomen's lacrosse team has withdrawn from the Navy Fall Invitational, where it was scheduled to play Oct. 13, according to a spokesperson in the school's athletic department. The Commodores were required by...
  • UF Gators Football Schedule 2012: Game by game analysis

    UF Gators Football Schedule 2012: Game by game analysis
    Sept. 1 vs. Bowling Green, 3:30 p.m., ESPN The Buzz: The last time Florida lost a season opener was in 1989 – a 24-19 defeat to Ole Miss. Bowling Green coach Dave Clawson is familiar with Florida and the SEC. He was Tennessee’s offensive...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech AD proposes ACC-SEC football scheduling partnership

    In Jim Weaver’s 15 years as athletic director, Virginia Tech has played three regular-season football games against Southeastern Conference opponents. Weaver hopes to make future SEC encounters annual events not only for the Hokies but also the...
  • SEC scouting report: What to expect for football season 2012

    SEC scouting report: What to expect for football season 2012
    Alabama 2011 record: 12-1 (8-1 in Southeastern Conference, second in SEC Western Division) The Buzz: Alabama lost a lot of talent from last year's national championship team, but coach Nick Saban and his staff have no trouble reloading the roster with...
  • Chaminade-Madonna defensive tackle Khairi Clark commits to Florida

    Chaminade-Madonna defensive tackle Khairi Clark commits to Florida
    Chaminade-Madonna defensive lineman Khairi Clark has committed to the Florida Gators. The six-foot-two, 320-pound defensive tackle committed to  Will Muschamp's program in a tweet Saturday afternoon at 5 p.m. The No. 4 player in the Sun Sentinel Broward...
  • Dramatics make College World Series worth watching

    Dramatics make College World Series worth watching
    Quickness has never been my hallmark. Not athletically — I was two steps slow on the basketball court and couldn't handle an inside fastball. Not personally — I didn't marry until age 51 and clung to dial-up Internet and my flip phone nearly...
  • Teel Time: ACC, Notre Dame among targets of Gordon Gee's barbs

    Ohio State president Gordon Gee’s disparaging, ignorant and condescending comments about Catholics, Louisville, Bret Bielema and the Southeastern Conference have drawn considerable and deserved ridicule. Made during a December meeting of Ohio...
  • National lacrosse: Notre Dame wins in 3OT

    Freshman Matt Kavanagh scored on a wild scramble 15 seconds into the third overtime period to lift No. 3 Notre Dame over No. 8 North Carolina, 10-9, on Saturday. The host Irish (3-0) scored two goals in the last minute of regulation to force overtime...
  • Roundup: Taylor, D'Amore lead No. 15 Hopkins women past Mount, 18-5

    Roundup: Taylor, D'Amore lead No. 15 Hopkins women past Mount, 18-5
    Junior Sarah Taylor scored a career-high five goals and classmate Taylor D'Amore dished out five assists to lead the No. 15 Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team to an 18-5 win over Mount St. Mary's in nonconference action Wednesday afternoon at Homewood...
  • Women's roundup: Bruns, Cullen, Dashiell help lead No. 3 Florida over Albany

    Senior attacker Ashley Bruns (Mount Hebron), senior attacker Kitty Cullen (McDonogh) and senior midfielder Brittany Dashiell (John Carroll) combined for 10 points to lead the No. 3 Florida women's lacrosse team to a 17-7 win over visiting Albany on...
  • Teel Time: U.Va., Carolina face ACC's toughest non-conference football schedules

    Were the ACC’s most successful bowl performances in nine years last winter a glimpse of progress or merely a mirage? As Monday’s release of the 2013 football schedule reminds, the first two weeks of the regular season could portend the answer....