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The offseason before Chip Kelly's second year at Oregon was all "turmoil and disaster," the way Mark Saltveit, author of "The Tao of Chip Kelly," recalls it. The New York Times sent a reporter to spring practice to chronicle "a program run amok."...
After years of tireless debate and perpetual controversy, college football begins the 2014 season with a new system in place to determine the national champion with a first-ever playoff format. After 16 seasons, the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) has
His home is sandwiched between his two workplaces: the logo-littered, glass-heavy modern cricket stadium, the Rose Bowl, and the diligently manicured nursery ground. For Ian Tulk, a groundsman at England's most-recent Test venue, it's a thin line of
The Galaxy are playing here tonight in a mid-season friendly, but you wouldn't know it from the crowd. The red of Manchester United dominated the stands by a factor of at least five, and you'd have been hard pressed to find a group of Galaxy
Yet Leach, something of an offensive savant, was more interested in talking about his summer...He wrote a book on the leadership style of Geronimo and toured the country to promote it...Got a huge nine-and-a-half foot, 350-pound sturgeon, he said. Of
After the Rose Bowl game, Manchester United's summer tour will continue in Denver, Washington D.C. and Ann Arbor, Mich. The team will leave Manchester on July 18 for Los Angeles, where it will train for the first time under new Coach Louis van Gaal,
Thousands of people packed the Rose Bowl for the 88th Annual Americafest to celebrate the Fourth of July on Friday. Food, music, rides and even a motorcycle stunt show entertained attendees until the big fireworks show.
Tell us The past five years have been a historic time for TCU athletics. Specifically the three main sports, football, basketball and baseball, have seen thrilling highs and gut-wrenching lows. As the TCU beat writer for these sports, I've been
Calif. (AP) The head of the Big Ten painted a dire picture Friday of what college sports would look like if players were paid. He said his conference likely would cease to exist and the Rose Bowl probably would not be played. Jim Delany said the idea
Joe Christensen covered Major League Baseball for 15 years, including three seasons at the Baltimore Sun and eight at the Star Tribune, before switching to the college football beat. He's a Faribault, Minn., native who graduated from the University