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  • The promise of the ruling remains largely deferred

    As the bell rings at 7:35 on a Monday morning, 16-year-old Anthony Wiggins settles into his usual seat in the back row of a half-empty English classroom at Randallstown High School. Nine of the 19 students wander in over the next 40 minutes as teacher...
  • Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program

    Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program
    NEW HAVEN — During his first two seasons as Yale's 34th head football coach, Tony Reno won eight games. But if you ask his boss, Athletic Director Tom Beckett, it was not an unproductive time. "Tony has connected this team to our history," Beckett...
  • Norfolk State edges Morgan State with late TD in Fish Bowl | Saturday's local interest college football roundup

    Tyler Clark scored on a 1-yard touchdown run with 29 seconds left to lift Norfolk State to a dramatic 15-14 win over Morgan State in the 67th annual Fish Bowl Classic on Saturday evening at Dick Price Stadium. The win snapped NSU's five-game skid dating...
  • Yale tops Army, 49-43, in renewed rivalry game

    Army needed a waiver from the NCAA so it could play Yale on Saturday without hurting its bowl eligibility. Yale plays in the Football Championship Subdivision and, as a member of the Ivy League, does not offer scholarships and does not play in the FCS...
  • Yale's Varga Takes His Place In Bowl History

    Yale's Varga Takes His Place In Bowl History
    NEW HAVEN — With a distinctive brush of hair, a strong jaw and an even stronger running constitution, Yale's Tyler Varga is a football player off a 1950 Saturday Evening Post cover. There's something classic in Varga's look, just as there was...
  • Historic Game, Yes, But Yale Players Put Emphasis On Beating Army

    Historic Game, Yes, But Yale Players Put Emphasis On Beating Army
    NEW HAVEN — Some day, those who now play football at Yale will look back with pride about the Army-Yale game this Saturday. That will be when they return to Yale Bowl with their packed coolers or busy alumni agendas ready to reminisce about its...
  • Have Patriot League teams become poison for the Ivy League?

    Have Patriot League teams become poison for the Ivy League?
    Patriot League and Ivy League football teams are set to play 14 games against each other this season and five are set for this weekend. However, the Patriot League-Ivy League relationship doesn't appear to be as strong as it used to be. The games aren't...
  • Patriot League not off to a good start against the CAA

    Patriot League not off to a good start against the CAA
    Lehigh coach Andy Coen was disappointed not only for his team, but also for the Patriot League on Saturday when his Mountain Hawks failed to maintain a 21-10 halftime lead and fell to James Madison 31-28 at Goodman Stadium. "You've got to play these...
  • Wildcats search for playmakers alongside Lockett

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Kansas State - INSIDE SLANT A go-to guy is easily identifiable in the Kansas State offense. Senior Tyler Lockett is poised to break several career receiving records as he comes off an MVP performance in the...
  • 2-a-days: Sargeant hoping to infuse No. 13 Maine South with lessons from the hardwood

    2-a-days: Sargeant hoping to infuse No. 13 Maine South with lessons from the hardwood
    With five state championships in its history and three straight from 2008-10, Maine South is rightfully known as a football school. But after watching from the sideline with turf toe most of last fall as the Hawks' chemistry was frayed by a...
  • Harvard's Hodges leads 2015 small school NFL prospects

    The Sports Xchange By Dane Brugler, The Sports Xchange Harvard's Hodges leads 2015 small school NFL prospects The early rounds of the NFL draft are made up of former five-star recruits from the SEC, All-Americans out of the Big Ten and a number of...
  • They're athlete-students now (really just athletes)

    NCAA President Mark Emmert likely listened to Jay Z on his way home from work Friday evening; angrily singing along to Jay's "99 Problems" track. On Friday, U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken issued a 99-page decision, ruling in favor of Ed O'Bannon and...