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  • Star power there for the taking for Parkland grad Andre Williams

    Star power there for the taking for Parkland grad Andre Williams
    It was a couple of hours before the start of ESPN's Heisman Award telecast, when the media had one last crack at the players invited to Manhattan for the announcement in a ballroom on the sixth floor of the posh Marriott Marquis on Broadway. Reporters...
  • College football: Let's judge what happens on the field

    The time has come to stop talking and start playing. Let the sweet sound of a referee's whistle mercifully replace the pound of a judge's gavel. It's time for wish lists and check lists: Out-of-the-box Thursday features a not-too-shabby lineup of...
  • William and Mary, Richmond prove worthiness of FBS-FCS games

    William and Mary, Richmond prove worthiness of FBS-FCS games
    William and Mary went 1-9 versus Football Bowl Subdivision opponents during the last 10 seasons, but don’t for a moment believe that the Tribe was overwhelmed. Seven of those setbacks were by less than two touchdowns, three by a combined 11 points....
  • Former Notre Dame HS basketball player Lively having time of life for FDU-Florham

    Former Notre Dame HS basketball player Lively having time of life for FDU-Florham
    Admittedly scared three years ago after making the decision to follow her mom and become a Jersey girl, Leigh-Ann Lively now is having the time of her life at FDU-Florham. Why wouldn't the Notre Dame-Green Pond High School graduate? The Devils are...
  • DeSales men looking to finish postseason deal

    DeSales men looking to finish postseason deal
    As the Mid-Atlantic Region's winningest Division III program the last 11 years, DeSales has regularly been a Freedom Conference playoff participant. Coach Scott Coval's club surely would trade in a boatload of the 232 wins in that span to take home...
  • Ronald Cruz will go for four in a row at the Sands in March

    Some might call Ronald Cruz the "Comeback Kid." The Bethlehem welterweight boxer has won three straight fights — all by knockouts — after losing two in a row, the first losses of his career. Cruz, though, is set to face one of the...
  • Virginia Tech wins ACC basketball's coaching search battle

    Virginia Tech wins ACC basketball's coaching search battle
    Wake Forest, Boston College, Virginia Tech: That's how I ranked the ACC's basketball coaching vacancies this spring. Each has myriad issues, witness the involuntary exits of Jeff Bzdelik, Steve Donahue and James Johnson, but recent and historic success...
  • Atlantic Coast Conference gets its turn in the spotlight

    Atlantic Coast Conference gets its turn in the spotlight
    The Atlantic Coast Conference has been waiting so many years for this stand-alone moment it might collectively have to take a nervous pill and sit down. The ACC has spent years failing to prove it was more than just a basketball conference. It wanted so...
  • College football's crystal ball is a little cloudy at the moment

    College football's crystal ball is a little cloudy at the moment
    This just in: The man who gets paid to know is suddenly a know-nothing. Blame it on the sinister Bowl Championship Series master plot to faucet-drip the suspense until the last Harris pollster is tracked down at a bar singing his college fight song on a...
  • Virginia overhauls line in attempt to improve dormant offense

    Virginia overhauls line in attempt to improve dormant offense
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — After three dismal performances in as many games against Bowl Subdivision opponents, Virginia's offense has exhausted coach Mike London's patience. Adjusting to new coordinator Steve Fairchild? Youth at quarterback, receiver...
  • Noack changes her basketball persona, makes Bloomsburg University history

    Noack changes her basketball persona, makes Bloomsburg University history
    Cat Noack has changed majors three times. Accounting, then math, now sports marketing/public relations. The Bloomsburg University senior, a scholar-athlete award winner last year, remains on track to graduate this spring. Noack has been steadfast with...
  • Becahi grad Zach Makovsky has successful UFC debut

    Becahi grad Zach Makovsky has successful UFC debut
    The fighter known as "Fun Size" came up with a large-sized win. Bethlehem Catholic graduate Zach Makovsky had a successful UFC debut on Saturday, upsetting Scott Jorgensen with an unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) in a flyweight bout at the Sleep...