| Jan 21, 2011
| 10:26 AM
The ball is snapped and Tyrod Taylor drops back into the pocket.
Six hundred watchful eyes focus on the former Hampton and Virginia Tech star as he scans the field for an open receiver.
He fires the pass and within seconds, notes are made on sheets of...
| Jan 22, 2011
| 6:13 PM
Tyrod Taylor created some buzz when practice began for the East-West Shrine Game earlier this week.
The former Virginia Tech quarterback opted not to take reps at any other position other than quarterback.
It was a choice the baffled some NFL scouts and...
| Jun 17, 2012
| 9:56 AM
CROMWELL — The first PGA Tour stop in Connecticut was 60 years ago with the Insurance City Open at Wethersfield Country Club.
Now called the Travelers Championship, it has gone through some name and sponsor changes through the years.
| Feb 7, 2012
| 1:10 PM
Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor’s exit from Virginia’s program figures to be for the NFL. He’s worked for the Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks, runs a pro-style attack and just seems to have that analytical,...
| Feb 10, 2012
| 6:36 PM
We may never know whether Virginia offensive coordinator Bill Lazor declined the same position with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, or whether he knew the Bucs were selecting another candidate.
What we do know is that after meeting with the Bucs this week,...
| Dec 29, 2011
| 4:19 PM
As soon as Michael Rocco had a chance to sit down and talk football with Bill Lazor for the first time, Rocco knew where he wanted to spend his college years.
Sitting down with Lazor in Jan. 2010, just days after Lazor was hired by coach Mike London to...
| Oct 24, 2011
| 6:33 AM
Bill Lazor’s intellect is obvious. Talk to him, check his references, read his credentials. The guy didn’t struggle to pass English 101 at Cornell.
Unlike Lazor, the closest thing I’ve gotten to the Ivy League is walking through Harvard...
| Oct 25, 2011
| 1:48 PM
With the possible exception of tailgate gluttony, sports fans' most sacred, unalienable right is second-guessing strategy.
No coach or manager is immune, witness the present World Series roasting of the St. Louis Cardinals' Tony La Russa, a future Hall...
| Jan 19, 2008
Georgia Frontiere, a former entertainer and socialite who inherited the Los Angeles Rams pro football team and then infuriated many Southern Californians when she moved the club to Anaheim in 1980 and then to St. Louis in 1995, died Friday. She was 80....
| Dec 1, 2007
The low sunlight angling onto Howard Jones Field mimics in intensity the concentration of USC's football players as they hustle through late-afternoon practice. Signal calls, hand-clapping and the bellowing of coaches reverberate against the high walls of...
| May 2, 2009
Cowboys special teams coach Joe DeCamillis broke his back and 11 more were injured when winds ripped through the roof of the team's indoor practice facility during a rookie minicamp today.
Former coach Dan Reeves, DeCamillis' father-in-law, said has a...
| May 3, 2009
Whenever a storm hits while the Dallas Cowboys are inside their practice facility, the sound of rain pelting the tent-like structure can drown out conversation. No matter the noise, safety rarely was an issue - until Saturday.
Wind that was just shy of...