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  • Get ready for rematch

    Good or bad, we could see an all-SEC BCS title game. LSU and Alabama have shown why they are the two best teams in the country. The Tigers dispatched Arkansas 41-17, while Alabama trounced Auburn 42-14 to set up what looks like one of the most talked-...
  • FRIDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS

    FRIDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || M. bask. || Florida@Syracuse || ESPN7 || || Cincinnati@Georgia || ESPNU7 || || Vanderbilt@Louisville || ESPN9 || || Auburn@Seton Hall || ESPNU9 || || Washington@Nevada || ESPNU11 || || Bask. ||...
  • Their signature victory

    Oklahoma State got its statement win. Critics of the Cowboys had questioned whether they were worthy of playing for the national championship. Their 44-10 win over Oklahoma proved they are ready for the big time. LSU's defense is really, really good....
  • Illini see chance to start fresh

    CHAMPAIGN — Illinois officially is playing in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl against UCLA on New Year's Eve, but for the Illini it's already being branded as the Redemption Bowl. "There's no better way to redeem yourself than to go out and win,"...
  • Who will win major conference tourneys?

    Watch for upsets Todd M. Adams Orlando Sentinel Three teams are better than everyone else — Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina. But they all could get upset. First is Syracuse, just because of the strength of the Big East. Marquette is a...
  • What are best, worst early bowl matchups?

    Champs Sports worth look Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel When the bowl matchups were announced Sunday night, it was easy to pick out the must-see games and the ones that are simply background noise to your in-laws' holiday visit. Of the pre-New Year'...
  • Pro Bowler Slater does it all for Patriots

    Matthew Slater bulked up in a big way the moment he entered the NFL. The Patriots handed the former UCLA standout not just one Yellow Pages-sized binder but two — one for offense, the other for defense. "The first day in this building, they gave...
  • Eight Division I players highlighted Giovanazzi's volleyball swan song

    Eight Division I players highlighted Giovanazzi's volleyball swan song
    After more than three decades at the pinnacle of collegiate volleyball, Greg Giovanazzi has called it quits. Luckily, the celebrated coach saved his best for last. Giovanazzi has coached at every level, from community college to the U.S. National Team,...
  • Brains, brawn keep Jonathan Ogden man among boys

    Brains, brawn keep Jonathan Ogden man among boys
    The "sale" tag caught his eye. A rib-eye steak at that low price? Jonathan Ogden scooped up the package and angled for the supermarket checkout line. The clerks saw him coming: with his tousled hair and frumpy clothes, Ogden looked less like a...
  • Jonathan Ogden holds the line for the Ravens

    Jonathan Ogden holds the line for the Ravens
    Jonathan Ogden wants to stay in Baltimore, says he belongs in Hawaii in February for his third straight Pro Bowl, and is gradually accepting a new role as the leader on the Ravens' offensive line. "If I think something needs to be said, I'll say it. But...
  • Jonathan Ogden speaks softly, carries rave reviews

    Jonathan Ogden speaks softly, carries rave reviews
    Jonathan Ogden was overly shy as a kid -- he once won a spelling bee while keeping his back to the audience -- and sometimes sensed others were gawking at his large physique. He has come a long way, although he still has trouble speaking in front of large...
  • 50 things to look forward to with 50 days to college football kickoff

    50 things to look forward to with 50 days to college football kickoff
    Quarterback shuffle. At this relatively late date, it's anybody's guess as to who will open the season as Virginia Tech's starting quarterback, but incoming, immediately-eligible transfer Michael Brewer has as good (if not better) a chance as Mark Leal...