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Pacific-12 Conference

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  • Which conference is most competitive?

    Big East, top to bottom Iliana Limón Romero Orlando Sentinel The SEC may be king of the college football world, but the much maligned Big East boasts the most competitive lineup from top to bottom. USF was supposed to be among the top contenders to...
  • In BCS title game era, which team was best?

    Hurricanes blow 'em away Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel The 2001 Miami Hurricanes were by far the best national champion in the BCS era. They ran over just about everybody, including a talented Nebraska team in the Rose Bowl. Offensively, the...
  • Who wins the Pac-12, Big Ten title games?

    Stanford, Nebraska Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Stanford will take on UCLA on Friday for the Pac-12 championship and a spot in the Rose Bowl. Stanford beat the Bruins 35-17 in the regular-season finale. Stanford has the top defense in the league...
  • Overview of Baltimore's 2013 basketball class

    Overview of Baltimore's 2013 basketball class
    Nineteen players from Baltimore are true freshmen on Division I basketball rosters this fall. There's a good chance this area will produce more DI players in the 2013 class. Below the chart of last year's DI signees is a comprehensive look at which...
  • Ravens again show confidence in drafting small-school players

    Ravens again show confidence in drafting small-school players
    Growing up in the farming community of Fort Morgan, Colo., Ravens rookie offensive lineman Ryan Jensen would never have been mistaken for a future NFL draft pick. Although his older brother, Seth, had played defensive tackle at Nebraska, Jensen...
  • Maryland will host Oregon State in men's basketball next season

    Maryland will host Oregon State in men's basketball next season
    The Maryland men's basketball team will play Oregon State at Comcast Center next season, an athletic department source said Thursday. The Beavers are coached by Craig Robinson, President Barack Obama's brother-in-law. The Pac-12 school played at...
  • ACC moves forward, announces grant of media rights

    ACC moves forward, announces grant of media rights
    Seeking to solidify its membership following Maryland's decision to depart for the Big Ten, the Atlantic Coast Conference said Monday that 15 current or future members have signed documents granting the conference their media rights for the foreseeable...
  • Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper goes back to his roots, letting it rip

    Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper goes back to his roots, letting it rip
    More than 20 years after arriving at the University of Hawaii as a big-armed quarterback from Los Angeles, Ivin Jasper knows his throwing days are behind him. Ken Niumatalolo can recall times before practice in recent years when Jasper would show off...
  • Seeing Mike Leach's latest controversy, maybe he wasn't right choice for Terps

    Seeing Mike Leach's latest controversy, maybe he wasn't right choice for Terps
    Washington State is barely on anyone’s radar when it comes to college football, so fans on the East Coast might not be following what has transpired in Mike Leach’s first season in Pullman. It has a striking resemblance to Randy Edsall’s...
  • Towson baseball coach Mike Gottlieb speaks about proposed cuts

    Towson baseball coach Mike Gottlieb speaks about proposed cuts
    There were 22 players, seven on scholarship, on the Towson University baseball roster when Mike Gottlieb took over as the coach at his alma mater in 1988. The Tigers won the East Coast Conference championship that season. There will be 35 players on...
  • Colorado defensive lineman Will Pericak visited Ravens, Chargers, Chiefs, sources say

    Colorado defensive lineman Will Pericak visited Ravens, Chargers, Chiefs, sources say
    University of Colorado defensive lineman Will Pericak has visited the Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs and the San Diego Chargers, according to sources. Pericak is a 6-foot-4, 296-pound four-year starter and an All-Pac-12 honorable-mention selection. He ran...
  • What's most likely bracket buster today?

    Bucknell beats Butler Don Markus Baltimore Sun Bucknell will do a Butler on the team that originated the role and become the latest Patriot League team to take down an established power in the tournament. The Bison have a legitimate NBA prospect in 6-...