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  • Former Taft High star Spencer Dinwiddie to enter NBA draft

    Colorado junior guard Spencer Dinwiddie, who helped the Buffaloes open the season with a 14-2 record and a victory over highly regarded Kansas before he sustained a season-ending knee injury, has announced that he will forgo his senior season and enter...
  • Florida Gators 2014 recruiting class

    Florida Gators 2014 recruiting class
    The Florida Gators are making their final push toward National Signing Day 2014. Scroll down for a detailed breakdown of UF's 2014 recruiting class, which features nine players who already enrolled in school in January. Already enrolled at UF (9):...
  • Don James, former UM QB and Washington Huskies coach, dies at 80

    Former University of Miami quarterback and legendary Washington Huskies coach Don James died Sunday morning after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years old. James played at Miami in 1952 and 1953, leading the Hurricanes to an 8-12 record in...
  • Football: Seven teams lose in top 25

     Seven teams in The Times' top 25 went down to defeat on Friday night, and one of them was Chino Hills. Charter Oak's Donavin Washington, a senior receiver with lots of speed, caught 14 passes for 213 yards in his team's 24-17 victory over the No. 15-...
  • Football: Jojo McIntosh switches from UCLA to Washington commitment

     Jojo McIntosh of West Chaminade, a standout safety who was previously committed to UCLA, said Tuesday he has switched to Washington. UCLA had begun to recruit several top additional players in the secondary, causing McIntosh to take a second look at...
  • Boys' basketball: Former Taft guard Spencer Dinwiddie to have knee surgery

     Former Woodland Hills Taft guard Spencer Dinwiddie of Colorado, one of the top players in the Pac-12, will be lost for the rest of the season after being diagnosed with an ACL knee injury that will require surgery, the school announced on Monday....
  • Boys' basketball: Corona Centennial gets road victory over L.A. Cathedral

     Despite playing without leading scorer Deontae North, No. 3-ranked Corona Centennial rallied for a 72-63 road victory over L.A. Cathedral on Saturday night, improving to 22-2. Cathedral dropped to 19-3. Cathedral had a seven-point halftime lead....
  • South Florida's best uncommitted players' decision times, college choices

    South Florida's best uncommitted players' decision times, college choices
    Chris Lammons — DB — Plantation National Signing Day, Feb. 5, 1 p.m. Choices: South Carolina seems a surefire lock for Lammons, who is also considering Wisconsin. Lammons is a former Florida commitment.  George Rushing — WR —...
  • Georgia pulls away from North Texas; Ohio State, Louisville win big

    Georgia pulls away from North Texas; Ohio State, Louisville win big
    ATHENS, Ga. -- Aaron Murray threw for 408 yards and three touchdowns, ran for another score, and led No. 9 Georgia to a 45-21 victory over pesky North Texas on Saturday. Murray overcame an early interception in the end zone, hooking up with freshman...
  • Jim Mora to stay at UCLA

    Jim Mora to stay at UCLA
    Football coach Jim Mora, after a being enticed by Washington, has decided to stay at UCLA. Mora received a contract extension from UCLA, plus promises to  increase pay for his assistant coaches and a commitment to improve the program’s facilities....
  • USC's Ed Orgeron has done well so far, but can he keep it up?

    USC's Ed Orgeron has done well so far, but can he keep it up?
    Halfway through your story today I got a sick feeling and tossed the sports section into the couch. What exactly would a "big name" coach do for SC that Ed Orgeron can't do, recruit? Paul Hovsepian Hope you're feeling better and thanks, really, for...
  • UCLA's Jim Mora is likely Pac-12's second-highest paid coach at public school

    UCLA's Jim Mora is likely Pac-12's second-highest paid coach at public school
    Jim Mora’s new contact, worked out in December, is believed to make him the second-highest paid public university coach in the Pac-12 Conference. Mora will earn $21 million over the next six seasons and could receive an additional $930,000 in...