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  • Bulls' Rose woes more than latest injury

    Bulls' Rose woes more than latest injury
    Nobody with the Bulls can say whether Derrick Rose will miss closer to one month or six months with a torn medial meniscus in his right knee. Yet Chicago embraced that Saturday as the good news.
  • Season-ending injury depletes U.Va. secondary against another pass-oriented offense

    Season-ending injury depletes U.Va. secondary against another pass-oriented offense
    With both of its starting cornerbacks sidelined Saturday, Virginia allowed 435 passing yards to Clemson, the fourth-most against the Cavaliers in 124 seasons of football. A similar challenge awaits this week as Virginia's depleted secondary attempts to...

    Penn State adjusts after epic win over Michigan

     Penn State adjusts after epic win over Michigan
    An exhausting win beats a grueling loss, so coach Bill O'Brien is not about to complain about the effects of Penn State's four-overtime, 4-hour-11 minute, 43-40 victory over Michigan. But he has adjusted practice this week. His younger players...

    Ohio State-Wisconsin prime-time dandy

    Ohio State-Wisconsin prime-time dandy
    The Big Ten's Saturday prime-time game will pit The Abnormal vs. The Absurd. In one corner stands Ohio State, which has never lost under coach Urban Meyer. Sixteen up, 16 down. "To win that many games in a row," Meyer said Tuesday during the Big Ten's...

    Washington team needs a new name

    Yay! It's football season! And as much as we enjoy this festive time of concussions, torn rib cages, shredded ligaments, ruptured discs, and the dreaded specter of turf toe, still we must entertain some feelings of sensitivity. Namely, sensitivity over...