Last October, after more than 25 seasons as one of college football's most successful head coaches, Steve Spurrier abruptly resigned from the University of South Carolina, saying that at 70, he didn't have enough left in the tank to continue.
Last October, after more than 25 seasons as one of college football's most successful head coaches, Steve Spurrier abruptly resigned from the University of South Carolina, saying that at 70 he did not have enough left in the tank to continue.
By Marc Tracy New York Times Many college football teams, particularly those outside the so-called Big Five conferences, begin their seasons with two games on the road. But there is the road, and then there is the road when you are Hawaii.
Many college football teams, particularly those outside the so-called Big Five conferences, begin their seasons with two games on the road. But there is the road, and then there is the road when you are Hawaii.
As the 'Times' moves to eliminate theirs, we should remember its golden age In November 2011, Politico's most prominent blogger, Ben Smith, declared the advent of the "the post-blog blog." "The dusty old form of the personal political blog has required some updating.
Photograph by Darrow Montgomery "Bandwagon" is usually an epithet to die-hard sports fans. Those years in the wilderness, after all, are the ones that make the winning seasons feel so sweet. Yes, when the local team wins it all, logos pop up all over a city, tickets become hard to come by-and the longtime loyalists start to grumble.
Kansas, the Big 12 tournament champion, was the top-ranked team overall in the NCAA men's basketball tournament field announced Sunday night. The other three top seeds in the 68-team field were the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament winner North Carolina, the Pacific-12 tournament champion Oregon and the ACC runner-up Virginia.
On a humid summer morning recently, Tom Herman, the University of Houston's football coach, stopped by the team's weight room and was surprised to find a few of his players "shooting the bull" with Yancy McKnight, the program's strength coach. A few hours earlier, McKnight had, in Herman's words, "pounded the players into the ground with a 6 a.m.
The N.C.A.A. unveiled a questionnaire Friday that requires current and prospective host cities of its championship competitions "to specifically outline how they will protect participants and spectators from discrimination," including details on how they would mitigate any local discriminatory laws or rules that permit the refusal of services to members of any group.
Paul D. Ryan, the House speaker, turned to college football this week in persuading Texas delegates at the Republican National Convention to unify behind the presidential candidate Donald J. Trump.
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