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  1. New Mexico runs past Air Force, 45-37

    New Mexico runs past Air Force, 45-37

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | November 08, 2013
  2. Pac-10 recruiting wrap: Stanford

    Ted Miller

    Stanford signed a class of 22 that ranked 18th in the nation and featured three players ranked among the ESPNU 150. Coach Jim Harbaugh was pleased, to say the least. "The afterburners have ignited, and we are excited for the talented and ambiti...

    Blog | February 04, 2010
  3. Michigan's Rodriguez goes Foxx hunting

    Adam Rittenberg

    Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg CHICAGO -- Before shutting things down for a bit, I wanted to fill you in on my personal highlight from this year's Big Ten media days. The best part: it didn't even take place inside the Hyatt Regency...

    Blog | July 28, 2009
  4. Big 12 lunch links: Leach stirring it up again

    David Ubben

    Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin We just thought the Texas Tech-Texas A&M rivalry couldn't get any more vituperative and nasty. Tech coach Mike Leach, who in the past has teased the Aggies with his plans of starting "Mike's Pirat...

    Blog | April 28, 2009
  5. Lobos match biggest comeback ever, rally past Utes

    Freshman Donovan Porterie threw for three touchdowns and 350 yards and Martelius Epps scored on a 1-yard run with 2:09 left as New Mexico matched its biggest comeback ever with a 34-31 win over Utah.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | October 19, 2006
  6. Bruschi, Flutie among late signees who thrived

    Ivan Maisel

    Be sure to read the bottom of your team's signing day list as closely as the top. Tedy Bruschi, Doug Flutie and Brian Urlacher are just a few reasons why, writes Ivan Maisel.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2006
  7. A linebacker in defensive back's clothing

    Brian Urlacher, a cross between Chuck Bednarik and Deion Sanders, is a throwback to a fossilized era of football.

    Story | Conversation | November 13, 1999