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  • UCLA football: Bruins ranked No. 7 in AP pre-season poll

    UCLA football: Bruins ranked No. 7 in AP pre-season poll
    Another indicator that a lot is expected of UCLA this season. The Associated Press has the Bruins seventh in its pre-season poll. It’s the highest pre-season ranking for UCLA since 1998, when the Bruins started the year sixth. Florida State is...
  • USC basketball: Road games scheduled at New Mexico and Boston College

    USC basketball: Road games scheduled at New Mexico and Boston College
    USC’s basketball team will play nonconference home games against Portland State, Tennessee Tech, Cal State Fullerton, Loyola Marymount, Utah State, Army and Vermont, and nonconference road games at New Mexico and Boston College as well as in the...
  • Loaded Cardinal eye another title

    The Sports Xchange Loaded Cardinal eye another title PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Stanford could be ready to make a run at its third consecutive Pacific-12 Conference championship, but the Cardinal must address questions on both sides of the ball before opening...
  • As Stanford retools, don't expect Cardinal to rule

    Permission has been granted by the highest authority to don Google Glass and eyeball order a search for "new Pac 12 champion." Lower the shades, also, on the Cardinal's winning even the Pac North. It isn't easy dismissing the two-time defending Pac-12...
  • Ducks carry high hopes into 2014

    The Sports Xchange Ducks carry high hopes into 2014 EUGENE, Ore. -- With a couple of players who likely turned down multi-million dollar contracts from the NFL back at Oregon, the Ducks once again figure to be in contention for the national...
  • Time Warner Cable adds Pac-12 channels in Los Angeles

    Time Warner Cable adds Pac-12 channels in Los Angeles
    Just in time for the college football season, Time Warner Cable is adding five additional Pac-12 television channels to its lineup available to Los Angeles area subscribers. Time Warner Cable, Dish Network and AT&T U-Verse all currently offer Pac-12...
  • The Sports Xchange: Pac-12 breakout players

    The Sports Xchange The Sports Xchange: Pac-12 breakout players The Sports Xchange Pac-12 correspondents identified breakout stars in the conference for 2014 in order to introduce them to the masses before the season begins Aug. 28. Stratospheric...
  • PRESS BOX: Stewart undecided on next race

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Stewart undecided on next race Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart has not decided if he will compete in this Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Michigan. Stewart's car struck and killed driver Kevin Ward Jr. during...
  • The Sports Xchange: Pac-12 newcomers to watch

    The Sports Xchange The Sports Xchange: Pac-12 newcomers to watch Southern Cal and Oregon dominated offseason recruiting headlines, but there are newcomers to know at every Pac-12 program. Last season, a two-way force emerged at UCLA, when running back/...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport local roundup: CNU basketball program spending eight days in Costa Rica

    Colleges: Men’s basketball: Christopher Newport’s program is spending eight days in Costa Rica for community service, exhibitions and clinics. Women’s volleyball: Christopher Newport was ranked 25th in the Division III preseason...
  • Oregon LT Johnstone has torn ACL

    The Sports Xchange Oregon LT Johnstone has torn ACL Oregon left tackle Tyler Johnstone will miss all of this season with a torn ACL in his right knee, according to CSNNW.com. Johnstone is scheduled to have surgery on Friday. Johnstone also tore the...
  • Power 5 ruling triggers storm of debate

    The Sports Xchange Power 5 ruling triggers storm of debate The tangible impact of the landmark change by the NCAA to allow the 65 schools in the five power conferences to write many of their own rules will not be felt for some time, but the strong...