1:55 AM EDT, Sat November 01, 2014
Los Angeles Times 17 mins ago

UCLA is sloppy in 80-53 exhibition victory over Azusa Pacific

There is a brand new floor at Pauley Pavilion, but perhaps the water damage from a July flood left some rust. In its first exhibition game, against a Division II opponent, the UCLA men's basketball team looked like a work in progress.
Seattle Times 26 mins ago

Huskies volleyball team sweeps UCLA, remains unbeaten at 23-0

Second-ranked Washington equaled its best start in program history in defeating UCLA 25-15, 25-17, 25-8 at the John Wooden Center in Los Angeles.
Times-Picayune 37 mins ago

Tulane question of the day: Is it realistic to think Wave can still make a bowl game?

The Tulane football team officially has its back against the wall after losing 38-14 to Cincinnati at home on Friday. The Green Wave (2-6, 1-3 in American Athletic Conference) has to win out its next four games to keep bowl...
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 40 mins ago
Missouri-Kentucky: 5 things to watch

Missouri-Kentucky: 5 things to watch

Quarterback Mauk needs weapons to stretch defenses, and freshman receiver Brown could emerge as a dangerous target.
Times-Picayune 41 mins ago

Tulane falls 38-14 to Cincinnati in Halloween football game at Yulman Stadium

Tulane must win its final four games to become bowl eligible.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 50 mins ago
Ohio State QB will challenge Illini

Ohio State QB will challenge Illini

Fill-in freshman Barrett leads Big Ten in total offense.
Times-Picayune 1 hour ago
Halloween hits Yulman Stadium

Halloween hits Yulman Stadium

Tulane football fans swapped their green and blue for black and orange and other spooky splendor on Halloween night. As the Green Wave took on the Cincinnati Bearcats the stands were filled with angles, zombies, and assorted ghouls and goblins....
Birmingham News 1 hour ago
Tracking Alabama's commits: Demetris Robertson scores 4 touchdowns in only his second game

Tracking Alabama's commits: Demetris Robertson scores 4 touchdowns in only his second game

Demetris Robertson played only his second game of the season Friday, but looked to be in late-season form.
Boston Herald 1 hour ago
Hayley Dowd loud, proud

Hayley Dowd loud, proud

The Boston College women’s soccer team, led by star sophomore Hayley Dowd of Peabody, faces the most important game of its 2014 season tonight when No. 9 Notre Dame visits the Newton Campus soccer field. BC needs a win to keep alive its flickering NCAA postseason hopes.The task for a 12th consecutive trip to the big dance looms large as the Irish (12-4-1, 7-2-0) have won their last five games, and are unbeaten on the road (6-0-1). ND is led by sophomore midfielder Morgan Andrews (six goals, five assists) and senior forward Lauren Bohaboy (seven goals, two assists).
Herald-Dispatch 1 hour ago

Top teams go into MU pool Saturday

HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University is hosting Vanderbilt and Xavier for a noon Saturday meet in Fitch Natatorium at Cam Henderson Center.
Herald-Dispatch 1 hour ago

Ranking the sad sacks of C-USA

As Conference USA football members head into their stretch runs, here's a new weekly feature called the C-USA Power Rankings.
Herald-Dispatch 1 hour ago

Thundering Herd assumes role as spectators this week

HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University players and coaches will kick back, relax Saturday to watch a little football on television -- some while doing preparation, others while just enjoying the day.
Times-Picayune 1 hour ago
TCU is the destination for East Jefferson standout CB Deshawn Raymond

TCU is the destination for East Jefferson standout CB Deshawn Raymond

Raymond chose TCU over offers from LSU, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Nebraska and many others
Topeka Capital-Journal 1 hour ago

Local sports briefs for Oct. 31: KU ranked fifth in AP preseason poll; K-State receives votes

The reloaded Kansas basketball team ranked fifth in the first Associated Press preseason Top 25 released Friday. Kentucky was the runaway No. 1, becoming the fourth program to earn the honor in consecutive seasons. The Wildcats earned 52 first-place votes from the 65-member panel in landing its fourth preseason No. 1. The Wildcats also were No. 1 in 1995-96, when they won the national championship, and in 1980-81. read more
Times-Picayune 1 hour ago

Curtis Johnson says loss of Tyler Gilbert was brutal vs. UC | Video

Curtis Johnson says loss of Tyler Gilbert was brutal vs. UC. Gilbert was ejected in the first quarter for a targeting penalty

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