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  • Heaps Snubs Huskies

    Heaps Snubs Huskies
    The Huskies are licking their wounds, after they pulled out all the stops to land Skyline quarterback Jake Heaps - the kid regarded as the top QB in the country - but on Thursday, he called an audible. At a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah,...
  • One among many

    Ann Eliza Young, known popularly as the 19th wife of Brigham Young, not only divorced the Mormon prophet but stumped the country campaigning against polygamy. In her acidic memoir and critique of plural marriage, "Wife No. 19, or the Story of a Life in...
  • Ex-Mormon calendar- maker has BYU diploma yanked

    Ex-Mormon calendar- maker has BYU diploma yanked
    Brigham Young University has yanked the diploma of a man who created a calendar featuring shirtless Mormon missionaries and was later excommunicated from the church. Chad Hardy of Las Vegas attended graduation ceremonies Aug. 15 after finishing up his...
  • UNC unanimous No. 1 pick in USA Today preseason poll

    For the first time since USA Today took over the coaches poll in 1991, a team is the unanimous preseason No. 1 pick. North Carolina is No. 1 in the USA Today college basketball preseason Top 25. The Tar Heels are a unanimous choice, receiving all 31...
  • Saddle up and head out to Butch Cassidy territory

    It is easiest to see the wild, isolated Robbers Roost country where Butch often hid out from Angel Point, overlooking the Dirty Devil River. A rough dirt loop road leads here from Utah 95 about five miles south of Hanksville. There are occasional...
  • They're American, except in the Olympics

    They're American, except in the Olympics
    Giovanni Lanaro was born in Los Angeles, grew up in La Puente, attended Cal State Fullerton, and coaches and trains at Mt. San Antonio College. Yet, when the torch is lighted during opening ceremonies this summer at the Beijing Olympics, the world's...
  • No cupcake menu

    No cupcake menu
    ++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ The 2009 ACC football schedule includes six ESPN Thursday night appearances, two by Virginia Tech; a Labor Day evening clash between Miami and Florida State; and 24 non-conference games against teams that...
  • Virginia Tech No. 7 in preseason coaches' poll

    Virginia Tech is ranked seventh in the preseason USA Today coaches poll. The Hokies finishes last season ranked 14th. Florida is the overwhelming choice for No. 1. The Gators received 53 of 59 first-place votes and are ahead of Texas, Oklahoma,...
  • Wendy Burch

    Wendy Burch
    Wendy Burch is an Emmy award-winning reporter and co-anchors the KTLA Morning News on the Weekends. With nearly two decades of reporting experience, Wendy has delivered thousands of live television news reports, from breaking news to high-profile court...
  • Virginia's quarterbacks can run, too

    As offensive coordinator Gregg Brandon mentioned in the preseason, one of the primary ingredients he prefers to incorporate to make his spread offense go is a mobile quarterback. Vic Hall and Jameel Sewell displayed that Saturday in U.Va.'s 26-14 loss to...
  • Hooked on more than football

    Green Bay has its Packers, but whether the season ends today or in two weeks after the Super Bowl, fans will still have their fishing. The pastime "is a prominent part of the North Woods culture, as are beer, cheese and Green Bay Packers football,"...
  • Another incumbent bites the dust

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown One of the nation's most conservative congressmen apparently wasn't conservative enough for Utah's Third Congressional District. In a trend that may indicate the depth of voter dissatisfaction with Washington, six-term Rep. Chris...