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  • Clippers get a hallmark win over Lakers

    Clippers get a hallmark win over Lakers
      Two of the NBA's marquee stars didn't play when the Clippers played host to the Lakers at Staples Center on Friday night, but that didn't stop Blake Griffin from playing a starring role for his team and J.J. Redick from returning with aplomb. And it...
  • Late-weekend cold front may push temps below zero for 2 days

    Late-weekend cold front may push temps below zero for 2 days
    Repercussions from the heavy snowfall started to sound like the punch line to a joke Thursday: It snowed so much, Chicago closed its outdoor ice skating rinks. Elmhurst began dumping its snow in a quarry usually reserved for flood overflow. And the...
  • Painful season ends early for Angels' Peter Bourjos

    An injury plagued season in which Peter Bourjos spent more time on the disabled list than the active roster will end — fittingly, it seems — with surgery. The Angels center fielder, one of the team's top hitters in April and June, will...
  • No. Lehigh, Pen Argyl limp into Week 6 game

     
    Northern Lehigh’s Bulldog formation is back. No, Jake Kern hasn’t returned to orchestrate it. The vaunted running attack is on the front pages of the playbook because injuries have ravaged coach Joe Tout’s roster. He isn’t crying...
  • Nebraska pledge Zack Darlington confident he will play football again

    Nebraska pledge Zack Darlington confident he will play football again
    Zack Darlington is confident he will play football again. He speaks of the future with measured enunciation and carefully chosen words. The stutter is gone, or so it seems, but then it slowly creeps back into his voice. Two concussions in a two-...
  • Bill O'Brien talks quarterbacks, linebackers and more

     
    Penn State coach Bill O'Brien was asked plenty of football questions Wednesday at the Big Ten media days, a refreshing change (for him) from last year. USA Today Here's a look at what he discussed. QUARTERBACKS O'Brien said he hopes......
  • Music-loving Brent Urban sets tone for U.Va. heading into Pittsburgh

     Music-loving Brent Urban sets tone for U.Va. heading into Pittsburgh
    At first glance, the most unique characteristic about Virginia's Brent Urban appears to be that he's not your average fat guy playing defensive tackle. He's about as athletic as they come on the interior. Yet, there's more to the amiable Canadian than...
  • Kimberly McBroom's Blog

    Kimberly McBroom's Blog
    Tuesday, May 28 Hope you had a fabulous Memorial Day weekend!  Of course, having yesterday off makes today feel like a Monday...  We had perfect weather for all of the Memorial Day remembrance events. It's so important to take a moment and honor those who...
  • Blackhawks' Stanley Cup triumph a fitting end to hectic season

    Blackhawks' Stanley Cup triumph a fitting end to hectic season
    Before we wrap up the 2012-13 NHL season, every hockey fan owes a word of thanks to Scot Beckenbaugh. Uh, who? Beckenbaugh is the federal mediator who helped negotiate an end to the labor dispute that threatened to wipe out the 2012-13 NHL season....
  • Protests for equality become a battle for justice leading up to Bloody Monday in Danville

    Protests for equality become a battle for justice leading up to Bloody Monday in Danville
    June 10th, 1963. It's a day Danville would rather forget, but at the same time one remembered as a turning point during the Civil Rights battle. Tonight we continue our month long series of reports on Danville's darkest day 50 years ago. Last week the...
  • For An Exhibition, UConn Football's Blue-White Game Didn't Show Much

    For An Exhibition, UConn Football's Blue-White Game Didn't Show Much
    There were only a few thousand fans in the stands. The Rentschler Field turf was chopped up; in fact, the middle of the field looked more like a sand trap at TPC River Highlands. And because of the number of injuries, they didn't even keep score....
  • Gators not sure what to expect from Aggies new offense

     
    The Gators did not blow away anyone during the season-opener, least of all week one opponent Bowling Green, the No. 101 team in Jeff Sagarin's power ratings (UF is 18th). But despite an uneven performance in a 27-14 win, the Gators did settle on a...