3:31 AM EST, Sat November 29, 2014
The Ledger 3 hours ago

Florida Southern Women: New Coach, New Culture

Losing is a stranger to Betsy Harris. The first-year Florida Southern College women's head coach knows that she'll bump into a loss every now and then but it doesn't mean she's going to want to remember it or have it anywhere near the Moccasins.
Los Angeles Times 8 hours ago
Stanford routs UCLA, 31-10

Stanford routs UCLA, 31-10

Look at it this way, UCLA fans.

Aggies fire defensive coordinator Mark Snyder

COLLEGE STATION – In a move surprising hardly anyone, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin has fired defensive coordinator Mark Snyder. “Mark is an outstanding coach and an even better person, but he understands the production needed to be better on the defensive side of the football,” Sumlin said in a statement. “We wish he and […]
Bret Bielema interview

Bret Bielema interview

Watch Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema recap the Razorbacks 21-14 loss to No. 17 Missouri.

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Tacoma News-Tribune 29 mins ago

UW men rally over Long Beach State advance to Wooden Legacy final

Washington not only had to overcome a nine-point deficit but also an offensive drought for more than seven minutes in the second half Friday night to remain undefeated.
Spokesman-Review 31 mins ago

Women’s basketball: Zags fall in Las Vegas to American - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 PST

American took advantage of cold-shooting Gonzaga and upset the Bulldogs 59-56 at the South Point Shootout Friday in Las Vegas. Michelle Holmes led the Eagles’ balanced attack with 15 points and eight rebounds.
Spokesman-Review 31 mins ago

Four take star turns in N.Y. - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 PST

NEW YORK – Gonzaga wasn’t kidding about this different-guy-every-night stuff. Domantas Sabonis, Gary Bell Jr., Byron Wesley and, of course, Kevin Pangos took center stage Friday, leading the Zags to a 73-66 victory over St. John’s in the NIT Season Tip-Off championship in front of 5,548 at Madison Square Garden.
Spokesman-Review 31 mins ago

Wave of talent - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 PST

GU knew it was involved in the 2015 Battle 4 Atlantis. On Friday, the Zags found out the rest of the field, and it’s an impressive group. The eight-team tournament includes GU, Michigan, Syracuse, Texas, Texas A&M, Connecticut, Charlotte and Washington, organizers announced. Gonzaga and Washington are scheduled to renew their rivalry for four straight seasons, beginning in 2016-17. There’s a chance the teams could meet in the Bahamas next November.
UA track teams melting pot of success

UA track teams melting pot of success

Heres a suggestion for politicians of all persuasions presently posturing pugnaciously on immigration:
Las Vegas Review-Journal 35 mins ago
Young Rebels hoping to discover offensive identity against Albany

Young Rebels hoping to discover offensive identity against Albany

Four games into his fourth season, coach Dave Rice’s vision for an up-tempo UNLV basketball team is out of focus. It’s not blurry because the offense is moving at incredible speed, either.

Oregon Ducks will face Arizona Wildcats in Pac-12 championship game

Arizona has won the past two matchups against the Ducks.
GoXavier.com 57 mins ago

Men's Basketball Takes On Long Beach State In Wooden Legacy Third-Place Game On Sunday

Xavier will shoot to bounce back from Friday's loss when it takes on Long Beach State on ESPNU in the third-place game of the Wooden Legacy.
Tacoma News-Tribune 58 mins ago

Recap: Washington vs. Long Beach State

Nigel Williams-Goss registered a double- double with 21 points and 12 assists, as the Washington Huskies dismissed the Long Beach State 49ers, 80-70, in the semifinals of the Wooden Legacy…

Gus Malzahn says Auburn is prepared for another Kick Six

It's been one year since Auburn knocked off Alabama by returning a missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown. The play is still fresh on the minds of the Tigers, who again practiced returns of missed field goals during preseason camp in August.

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