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  • Coaching changes leave many questions in college lacrosse

    Coaching changes leave many questions in college lacrosse
    This summer, usually a busy time in college lacrosse, has been even more turbulent than summers past. Almost 20 percent of the Division I schools have made changes regarding their head coaches, and the subject has dwarfed other topics in lacrosse...
  • Starting as a plebe, Navy's new safety beats the odds again

    Starting as a plebe, Navy's new safety beats the odds again
    Two thoughts were doing a crossing pattern in Keith Ferguson's head as he watched the second-eldest of his four sons start for the Navy football team Saturday against Rutgers. One caused him to laugh, the other to cry. When Chris Ferguson made a...
  • Navy loses fifth straight, 38-35, as ECU QB breaks consecutive completion record

    Navy loses fifth straight, 38-35, as ECU QB breaks consecutive completion record
    For much of the first three quarters Saturday against East Carolina, Navy seemed to repeat a month-long struggle with pass defense by turning Pirates quarterback Dominique Davis into a NCAA record-breaker. For a good chunk of the fourth quarter at Navy-...
  • During losing streak, Navy defense has taken a pass

    During losing streak, Navy defense has taken a pass
    Navy defensive coordinator Buddy Green doesn't want to hear about the injuries that have depleted his unit, from the line to the secondary. He doesn't want to talk about the fact that the Midshipmen will start two freshmen in the secondary and a junior...
  • Report: Navy invited to Big East as football-only member

    Report: Navy invited to Big East as football-only member
    Despite its longest losing streak in nine years and the prospect of its first losing season in that span, the Navy football team is still an attractive commodity to the Big East. From all indications, it appears the feeling is mutual. Though no formal...
  • Ravens running back Anthony Allen valued time with first-team offense

    Ravens running back Anthony Allen valued time with first-team offense
    Anthony Allen spent most of his rookie season watching from the sidelines. In practice, he was behind Ray Rice and Ricky Williams in the pecking order for carries. And on game days, he was usually in street clothes. But with Rice in a contract negotiation...
  • Still the best of the mess

    Another week, another mess in the BCS. With four of the top 10 teams losing this weekend, the BCS standings look like a makeover gone bad with LSU and Alabama on a collision course to meet again, this time in the national championship game. SEC reigns...
  • The Next Level: Arkansas' Kiero Small gets his glory

    The Next Level: Arkansas' Kiero Small gets his glory
    The Next Level is a weekly Recruiting Report feature that focuses on natives of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County who appear on NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision rosters....
  • Roundup: Navy women bring down Air Force, 71-59

    Sophomore forward Jade Geif had 21 points and 12rebounds, and junior guard Chey Arvin had seven assists, to lead the Navy women's basketball team past visiting Air Force, 71-59, on Monday. Navy (2-3) led wire to wire, surging in front by as much as as 20...
  • Navy to join Big East for football starting in 2015

    Navy to join Big East for football starting in 2015
    The courtship between the Big East and the Navy football program was made public last fall, but league and academy officials said Tuesday that the mutual wooing went on for the better part of a decade. Neither Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk nor Big...
  • Past year has been a game-changer for men's lacrosse

    Past year has been a game-changer for men's lacrosse
    A sport in which shots fly at up to 105 mph, college lacrosse has developed a reputation for moving glacially on subjects such as installing a shot clock to quicken the pace of play and dealing with falling attendance during championship weekend. But the...
  • On second thought, Rutgers still a good fit for Franklin's Thomas

    On second thought, Rutgers still a good fit for Franklin's Thomas
    Franklin wide receiver Ian Thomas had a few reservations about his intention to sign with Rutgers after the Scarlet Knights coach Greg Schiano announced his departure late last week for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After a lot of thought, however, Thomas...