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There was a time when an oligarchy of coaches and officials reigned supreme. Players got into scuffles, but knew if they escalated words into actions, they more than likely wouldn't have a place on the team the next day.

The final seconds of the Xavier- Cincinnati game on Saturday afternoon was not an example of the oligarchical power over players.

12/12/2011 - 18:43
Anthony Jaskulski
Baylor quarterback emerges as college football's top player

Robert Griffin III is Baylor's Superman and when he won the Heisman Trophy he was wearing the socks to prove it.

12/11/2011 - 08:11
PSR Staff
Northern Illinois erases 20-point halftime deficit to win MAC crown; Oregon rolls over UCLA to capture innaugural Pac-12 title

Northern Illinois erases 20-point halftime deficit to win MAC title

12/03/2011 - 00:33
PSR Staff
The Penn State University Board of Trustees has relieved President Graham Spanier and head football coach Joe Paterno of their duties effective immediately.

"These decisions were made after careful deliberations and in the best interests of the university as a whole,” said John Surma, vice chair of

11/10/2011 - 01:38
Tony DeFazio
Something repulsive has been brushed up from under the rug in State College. Something that will gut the most prestigious, illustrious football program in America to its core.

With the Penn State board of trustees currently working on coach Joe Paterno's exit from a program he's held the reigns to for 45 years, th

11/09/2011 - 11:22
Anthony Jaskulski
The NBA made $4.2 billion dollars last season. That's billion with a B. Currently, the owners have locked out the players as both sides negotiate over what comes down to $100 million per season.

The two sides are $100 million apart, but as Chris Sheridan points out on his excellent new website sheridanhoops.com, they seem wi

11/08/2011 - 21:40
Ray Mernagh
I remember when I was 12 years old, playing basketball in the 6th grade on the JV team. On one particular night, in a span of about three minutes, I shot three straight air balls in a loss.

After the game I overheard my coach talking to a parent: “Did you see Joe’s shooting today? Maybe tomorrow he’ll be able to hit rim.”

11/08/2011 - 16:28
Joe Giardina
Although there is nothing I can say that has not already been expressed by others, I felt compelled to comment on the nightmare unfolding at Penn State.

Everyone involved—from the janitors to the graduate assistant to the head coach to the athletic director to the head of finance to the President of the University—made a fully conscious, well thoug

11/08/2011 - 12:00
Tony DeFazio
Almost everyone is going with Carolina and Roy Williams but the thought here is this is finally Cal's year to win it all.

1. Kentucky

10/31/2011 - 10:59
Ray Mernagh
Kenny Reiter gained a lot of unique knowledge last season. After all, backstopping a team to an NCAA Division-I national championship isn’t exactly a class offered at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The Plum native excelled in that extracurricular course, guiding the Bulldogs to college hockey’s ultimate prize. This year’s lesson – Defending Your Title, 101.

“Every season is different – kind of like every day. You don’t know exactly what’s going to happen. It’s a learning process,” he said.

10/25/2011 - 17:42
Joe Sager
Paul Chryst sat at a table in Greensboro, North Carolina, answering questions from the media. The third-year Pitt head coach was certainly anxious to wrap up the interview session and catch his plane back to Pittsburgh, but he was also at ease.
Editor's DeskFeature OnePitt Football
The Steelers had a productive offseason, but nevertheless must replace several veterans. Here's a look at who's gone and how their absences may impact the team.
Feature TwoPure Steel
Here’s what we know: Mike Johnston wasn’t the Penguins’ first choice to replace Dan Bylsma this summer.
Blue LineFeature ThreeTop Story
When Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco was called up from Triple-A Indianapolis June 10, he made an immediate impact, going on a 14-game hitting streak and adding a consistent bat at the top of the lineup.
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With a brand new playoff system in place this season, it doesn't matter who finishes No. 1 at the end of the regular season -- the top four teams will meet in a two-round tournament to decide the national champion.
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A quick glimpse at the 2014 Pitt football teams reveals some major red flags. A veteran quarterback and the program's all-time leading wide receiver have departed for the NFL.
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After 45 years of one head coach and two more of another, a different figure will be pacing up and down the sidelines at Beaver Stadium this season.
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The last two years have not been what WVU football fans were expecting. Ever since the Mountaineers made the switch to the Big 12, their success has slowly dwindled.
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