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  • Washington announces death of former football coach Don James

    The University of Washington announced Sunday that Don James, the legendary football coach who led the Huskies to the 1991 national championship, has died at age 80. "At home and comforted by family, longtime Washington football coach Don James passed...
  • Webb Simpson pulls away for Las Vegas win

    Webb Simpson cruised to victory Sunday at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, pulling away for a six-stroke win in the second event of the PGA Tour's new wraparound season. Winning for the first time since the 2012 U.S. Open, Simpson closed with a five-under-...
  • Kayla Mills quickly takes lead for USC Trojans

    Kayla Mills quickly takes lead for USC Trojans
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Kayla Mills (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2013) freshman, USC soccer: Only a few months removed from her last days as a Tologs standout who racked up All-Area, All-Mission League...
  • Jenna Orlandini continues to anchor Washington volleyball

    Jenna Orlandini continues to anchor Washington volleyball
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Jenna Orlandini (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2008) senior libero, University of Washington volleyball: Just like the Huskies, Orlandini is on the top of her game and leading the...
  • Bargoer's Guide to College Football: Vol. 5

    Bargoer's Guide to College Football: Vol. 5
    Like the series finale of "Breaking Bad," last weekend's college football slate was fantastic. With its victory over LSU, Georgia firmly planted its flag in the national title hunt. Alabama rolled Ole Miss, Notre Dame disappointed, Ohio State balled...
  • UCLA edges Utah, 34-27, thanks to six interceptions

    UCLA edges Utah, 34-27, thanks to six interceptions
    UCLA finally broke its jinx in the state of Utah with a hard-fought 34-27 win over the University of Utah at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Was it easy? Well, um, no. UCLA had a 10-point lead and nearly blew it. It came down to one last play and one last...
  • College Football's Late Starts Only Benefit TV Networks

    Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tried to put the best possible spin on the conference's penchant for 7:30 p.m. kickoffs these days. "It is actually an advantage for our conference," Scott (pictured) told the Los Angeles Times. "On any given Saturday...
  • College football rankings rattle but just miss a fault line

    College football rankings rattle but just miss a fault line
    The guy who first said "football is a game of inches" is smiling somewhere today in that big replay booth in the sky. At least four games of national import were decided over the weekend by less than the size of a five-dollar footlong at Subway. In...
  • Stanford strikes back at Steve Sarkisian over fake-injury accusation

    Stanford's exciting three-point win over Washington on Saturday night did not go into overtime but it has sort of spilled over like the last fight scene in Mel Brooks' "Blazing Saddles." After the tough loss, Washington Coach Steve Sarkisian basically ...
  • In final year of the BCS, one constant remains: controversy

    In final year of the BCS, one constant remains: controversy
    The Bowl Championship Series has been ripped, ridiculed ravaged and pilloried — and that's by the people who like it. The people who don't have treated it like a demon child. No one has ever called the BCS boring. The 16th and last season of...
  • USC edges Arizona, 38-31, in Ed Orgeron's debut as interim coach

    USC edges Arizona, 38-31, in Ed Orgeron's debut as interim coach
    Are we having fun yet? The answer for the USC football team, playing its first game under interim coach Ed Orgeron Thursday night, was a resounding “yes.” Orgeron vowed to inject some more life, emotion and creativity into a program that had...
  • Bargoer's guide to college football: Vol. 6

    Bargoer's guide to college football: Vol. 6
    We are finally getting into the meat of the college football schedule. No more turkey bacon-type crap where teams play directional schools and win by 50. I'm talking real bacon, lots of it, that comes in the form of conference matchups that mean...