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  • James Franklin on his staff, recruiting and Christian Hackenberg

     
    James Franklin covered a number of topics during his media sessions Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Here are a few. USA Today Sports ON HIS COACHING STAFF Franklin said he will meet with the remaining Penn State assistant coaches, including defensive......
  • Roundup: Balanced offense drives No. 3 Syracuse women's lacrosse past No. 4 Florida, 17-12

    Roundup: Balanced offense drives No. 3 Syracuse women's lacrosse past No. 4 Florida, 17-12
    Freshman attacker Taylor Poplawski led No. 3 Syracuse (7-1) with a career-high four goals in a 17-12 win over visiting No. 4 Florida (8-2) on Saturday. The Orange held the Gators scoreless for the first 15 minutes of the game while accumulating a...
  • NCAA Women's Tourney Overview: Can Anybody Knock Off UConn?

    Like most selection days in NCAA women's basketball, the focus from around the country was fixed on Storrs. Unbeaten UConn, the No. 1 team in the country, will begin its title defense at home before journeying to Lincoln, Neb. Around the country,...
  • Gampel Notebook: Geno Lines Up In Favor Of Neutral Sites

    — This weekend's NCAA Tournament games at Gampel Pavilion are expected to springboard UConn to the regional finals In Lincoln, Neb. And once there, the Huskies could find themselves in a position no team likely will ever face again on the way a...
  • Saturday's local college basketball roundup: Former WCA star Powers leads Hampton to rout of Radford

    Deron Powers had 18 points and six assists to help Hampton University (7-7) rout Radford 87-60 Saturday at the HU Convocation Center. Powers, a sophomore from Williamsburg Christian Academy, had support from Du'Vaughn Maxwell (16 points), Emmanuel...
  • James Franklin would become one of Terps' top rivals if hired by Penn State

    James Franklin would become one of Terps' top rivals if hired by Penn State
    When he was a Maryland quarterback, Chris Turner told a story of his phone once ringing at 4:34 in the morning. It was passionate, intense James Franklin — an amped-up electron of a football coach for whom sleep is apparently an overvalued...
  • Alabama slated to see Palm Beach Gardens 2015 LB Tevon Coney

    Alabama slated to see Palm Beach Gardens 2015 LB Tevon Coney
    HOLLYWOOD Not a lot of people around the recruiting industry have heard of Tevon Coney, but that’s going to change soon. The Palm Beach Gardens junior linebacker is expecting members of Alabama’s coaching staff to stop by his school in the...
  • Ravens get glimpse of wide receiver class at Senior Bowl

    -- From his prime vantage point Monday afternoon at Fairhope Stadium, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome could watch the kind of wide receiver he covets. The Ravens have identified a need for a reliable, versatile presence on third downs to complement...
  • Recruiting doesn't end after player makes commitment

    Recruiting doesn't end after player makes commitment
    “The Journey” is an eight-part, eight-day series that takes you behind the scenes of the college football recruiting process as South Florida's best make the biggest decisions of their lives. To read other installments of "The Journey" visit...
  • Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Vanderbilt pull off SEC shockers

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Nick Marshall accounted for four scores and No. 24 Auburn battered Johnny Manziel in a 45-41 win over No. 7 Texas A&M on Saturday. Tre Mason's 5-yard score with less than two minutes to play was first ruled down at the 1, but...
  • Former Big 12 teams finding success in the SEC

    Former Big 12 teams finding success in the SEC
    Texas A&M and Missouri, two average programs from the Big 12, joined the Southeastern Conference two years ago. There were supposed to be growing pains. In fact, many people thought the schools would get devoured in America’s best football...