Conference changes could affect all Texas schools
MAC schools rumored to move
2003 FSU Football On Sunsine Network
Sunshine Network will produce and air taped coverage
of all 12 Florida State University regular season
football games this fall to its statewide audience of
over 5.9 million cable and satellite homes.
Additionally, Sunshine Network is debuting a new
Saturday lineup of programming dedicated to covering
the Seminoles before and after each game and all the
college football action from around the Sunshine State
Okla. No. 1, FSU No. 12 in first coaches' poll
Oklahoma nudged out defending national champion Ohio
State for No.1 in the preseason USA Today-ESPN
coaches' college football poll released Thursday.
Mixed Signals Out Of Daytona
Training Room Report - First of two installments with
Building Blocks - 'Noles geared for start of
Building Blocks - 'Noles geared for start of
Final Summer Workout Gallery Jul 31 Premium Football
Summer Q&A: Paul Irons Jul 31 Premium Football
USA Today/ESPN Coaches' Poll
Summer Player Awards
FSU players happy with team chemistry
Fla. attorney general files paperwork to have UM suit
FSU has high hopes as workouts finish
Six weeks of voluntary workouts for Florida State
week with promise of ... Many of the Seminoles will
complete summer school today.
Two locals honored
Florida State is hoping to sign two quarterbacks in
February. The Seminoles already got a commitment from
one of the nation's top-rated prospects.
Hurricanes open season at No. 3
Florida State, coming off its second consecutive
subpar season, was ranked 12th -- the first time since
1985 the Seminoles have begun the season outside the
St. Bonaventure's Lewis about to show USC what he's
Florida State strength and conditioning coach Jon
Jost, who oversees the Seminoles summer program,
informed Booker Thursday that he had won the program's
Sooners No. 1; UF, FSU not in top 10
Terps Chime In At No. 13 In Preseason Coaches' Poll
Maryland achieves highest preseason ranking since USA
Today took over the poll in '91.
Wolfpack Ranked No. 14 in Preseason Coaches' Poll
NC State is one of four ACC teams in top 25.
New Murphy Center Photo Gallery
State of the art center ready to host its first
2003 WFU Women's Football Clinic Photo Gallery
A record-crowd of female football fans turned out for
the annual clinic at Bridger Field House.
NC State Coaches Corner Returns to Playmaker's This
Amato opens new season on September 2.
Tiger Tracks Countdown #2: Whitehurst Keys Win Over
Touchdown run swings momentum in Tigers' favor
Terrapin Football Outlook Part X
A look at the Maryland special teams brings a close to
the 2003 Outlook on umterps.com.
A Q&A With Coach Jeff Connors: Part II
The Tar Heels' Director of Strength & Conditioning
Yellow Jackets Begin Practice
Tech Players Report Friday, Practice Saturday
Link to the new gatros (their ... what a croc media
UM loses out on top DL signee Nate Robinson
Zook ready for youth movement
No one needs to tell Ron Zook how young the University
Florida football team, which debuts Aug. 30 against
State, is going to be this season.
Nebraska recruit Craver fails to make grade
Nebraska football recruit Steve Craver has failed to
qualify academically and probably will redshirt.
Croom was right, but wrong about the facts
Croom believes race was an issue
Holtz skips Media Days, denies retirement rumors
Wife's health holds key for Holtz
Lou Holtz�s outlook for the 2003 season looks bleak.
But knowing him, it could be just a ploy.
Go 2 Guy: Missing Neuheisel, but finding it hard to
root against Gilbertson
Eastern reinstates two suspended players
Toppers take their battle to the video-game arena
Defendant a no-show in lawsuit deposition
The defendant in a lawsuit filed by two Alabama State
football coaches did not show up at a scheduled
deposition Tuesday, one of the coaches'
Bama's Shula faces spotlight
Coaches have to perform well on the air as well as on
Manning downplays Heisman talk
Gaston favors officials identifying offending players
Hubert has no problem adding a Gator slant
Paterno: Coach asked for help
Former University of Alabama head football coach Mike
Price apparently sought the help of his peers in the
days leading up to his firing.
Coles stunned by ASU probe
ASU coach disputes allegations
ASU president considers next move
Coaches, players unite to answer queries of optimism,
Bowling in Denver bad idea
Matthew Postins: Burn down the BCS; there�s a better
Defending the BCS
Thoughts on the latest news (Clarett)
DDN: NCAA: Did Clarett get improper gifts?
Buckeyes are no different than recent NCAA champs
Buckeyes are targets for everybody
Best Battle in Colleges Will Center on Bowls
Football powers should change BCS to help others
Media focus is on MWC
The Mountain West Conference, bless its heart, is
going to try to step it up this year, make a little
noise, rattle a few BCS cages and try to become a key
player in college football.
Utah, BYU leaders are involved in effort to gain BCS
U. back handed penalty
A University of Utah football player was given a
suspended jail sentence Monday on charges of driving
under the influence and leaving the scene of an
MWC boss ponder action vs. BCS system
Big football vs little football
Does the MAC belong in the BCS?
Chippewas get new modernized uniforms
Ticket prices raised; 200 left for Michigan
MAC QBs: No slouches
Sports is an unequal world
Slim (profit) margin
PSU football player cited for liquor violation
Clarett banned for preseason
Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett admitted
exaggerating the value of items he reported stolen
from a car he was driving and will be kept from
preseason practice while the NCAA investigates.
Rex Grossman could have handed the ball to his agent
during contract negotiations with the Chicago Bears
and said: "Call me when it's finished."
Richt: Uproar humbles team
BIRMINGHAM -- Controversy sells newspapers, boosts
television ratings and generates discussion. It also
may help win a Southeastern Conference championship.
Few standouts for Gators (Awww, poor gatros )their
HOOVER, Ala. - The first-team SEC All-Conference
offense seems a little odd this year: It's missing
THM: Basketball Staff Profile: Joe Holladay
Tar Heel Monthly profiles a new member of the
Dennehy's other roommate rips Baylor program
The accusations made in the wake of 6-foot-10,
230-pound center Patrick Dennehy's disappearance have
reopened wounds for a Baylor
basketball program twice placed on NCAA probation
since the mid-1980s.
EKU names Florida assistant to men's hoops staff
Slap on wrist for U. basketball
A public reprimand, censure and three years' probation
amounting to a wrist slap are among the penalties
handed the University of Utah's
athletics department Wednesday by the
Utes' explanation of NCAA violations
Bryant loses bid to skip court appearance
A bid by Kobe Bryant to skip his first court
appearance next week on a sexual assault charge was
rejected Thursday by a judge. The decision came the
same day attorneys for several media organizations
asked the judge to unseal court records, saying the
Los Angeles Lakers' star waived his right to privacy
when he declared his innocence at a news conference.
Dotson attorney challenges jail interview
Judge won't delay NCAA tourney decision
'NOLES IN THE PROS:
Patrick Hughes released
Todd Williams: Ready to go
Brooks skips trip to Japan to be with ailing mother
All-Pro linebacker Derrick Brooks didn't accompany the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Japan for Saturday's
exhibition game against the New York
Jets, staying behind to be with his ill mother in
Minor returns to Dolphins a week after father's death
Miami Dolphins running back Travis Minor returned to
practice Thursday, a week after his father was killed
in a Louisiana traffic accident.
QB Johnson just wanted a break
TOKYO - Brad Johnson never had so much as a twinge
while throwing the ball in training camp last week. He
just strong-armed coach Jon Gruden into giving him a
few days off.
MISC SPORTS NEWS:
Hogan totes impressive credentials
Hogan's a hero with Montana sports fans
Ron Kantowski: If Hogan wants to escape, UNLV could be
Montana AD Hogan shines under bright lights
Former BYU starter Kevin Feterik is more than just a
quarterback for the Canadian Football League's Calgary
Stampeders -- he's
also the owner's son.
Kournikova considers calling it a career
It appears the tennis paparazzi might have to aim
lenses elsewhere. Pin-up girl Anna Kournikova is
retirement, according to her agent, because of a
Dean Juipe: UNLV sets its sights on AD too low
SEMO athletes, coaches say they understand push for
Filling their niche
New breed of sports TV channels includes startups and
The Football Network aims to capitalize on sport's
New cable network to fuel gridiron appetites
Interim chief supports program
San Jose State trying to stay D-I
Pan Am Games Ready to Open Tonight
Nudists fight for the right to run camps
Florida nudists say their youth camps shouldn't be
exposed to more scrutiny than other youth camps just
because the children and counselors wear no clothes.
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