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  1. Oregon smooths playoff path by solving Stanford

    Adam Rittenberg

    EUGENE, Ore. -- Mark Helfrich made the self-diagnosis moments after being cured. Oregon had been stricken with an "Oregon problem," not a Stanford problem, the past two seasons. The Ducks' lameness in those two losses, coaches and players conclude...

    Blog | November 02, 2014
  2. TCU Horned Frogs, Arizona Wildcats, Mississippi State Bulldogs sh...

    Ted Miller

    Woe to the team that thinks it has arrived. We're looking at you, Arizona, TCU and Mississippi State.

    Story | Conversation | October 10, 2014
  3. 'Bear Raid' cut from 'Air Raid' cloth

    Kevin Gemmell

    When Sonny Dykes was a graduate assistant at Kentucky in the late '90s under Hal Mumme and Mike Leach, he had a self-imposed gag order. "I just tried to keep my mouth shut and learn as much as I could," Dykes said. "They made a big impact on our p...

    Blog | October 03, 2013
  4. Oregon Ducks are full speed ahead

    Ted Miller

    During his teleconference with reporters Wednesday, NCAA committee on infractions spokesman Greg Sankey was asked whether the NCAA penalties against Oregon were "toothless." Without dispensing his seemingly self-conscious monotone that made the Q-and...

    Blog | June 26, 2013
  5. Miami imposes ban; GT to ACC title game

    Andrea Adelson

    Miami announced Monday morning it will self-impose a postseason bowl ban for the second straight season, and as a result, Georgia Tech will represent the Coastal Division in the ACC championship game. The school made the decision in response to an...

    Blog | November 19, 2012
  6. Dance between NCAA Eligibility Center and colleges can be content...

    Dana O'Neil

    The dance between the NCAA's Eligibility Center and a school can often be more contentious than collaborative when trying to clear a student with red flags. As conversations with the High School Review and Kansas coach Bill Self show, there are valid points to be made on both sides of the divide.

    Story | Conversation | August 07, 2012
  7. Erickson: PSU took deal to avoid 'death'

    Adam Rittenberg

    Mark Emmert made it clear Monday that the heavy sanctions handed down came from the NCAA, not Penn State. The school didn't offer any self-imposed penalties, the NCAA president said. Although Emmert and others praised Penn State's transparency and...

    Blog | July 23, 2012
  8. McCoy, Shipley are roommates once again

    David Ubben

    AUSTIN, Texas -- Case McCoy had to laugh when the question came up, but with a self-aware smile, he made the confirmation. McCoy and receiver Jaxon Shipley are, in fact, roommates. "We've really dreamed of playing together for a long time, and ...

    Blog | September 10, 2011
  9. Texas should shelve power running game

    David Ubben

    It made sense at the time, and in theory, Texas should have had the offensive line to do it. "We did a lot of self study and found out that we had more explosive plays when the quarterback was under the center in the running game as well as the t...

    Blog | October 04, 2010
  10. Nebraska Cornhuskers coach Bo Pelini calls defense 'soft' vs. Flo...

    It's a word any self-respecting football player dreads hearing. But Bo Pelini went there Tuesday. The coach called Nebraska's defense "soft."

    Story | Conversation | September 08, 2009
  11. Pac-10 lunch links: Writer predicts Corp will start vs. San Jose ...

    Ted Miller

    Posted by's Ted Miller I saw a sign at a gas station. It said 'help wanted.' There was another sign below it that said 'self service.' So I hired myself. Then I made myself the boss. I gave myself a raise. I paid myself. Then I quit. Arizo...

    Blog | August 26, 2009
  12. Watson's use of Cadillac one possible problem

    The South Carolina football program is being investigated by the NCAA following the departure of Derek Watson and an apparent self-reported rules infraction made earlier by the university, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

    Story | Conversation | September 04, 2002