ALAMEDA, Calif. - The challenges facing a rookie quarterback inthe NFL can be a bit overwhelming. After spending months after the college season preparing for the draft, the player joins a new team already in the middle of its off-seasonprogram.
...McClendon said, smiling. "It will save me a lot of money."___AP Baseball Writer Noah Trister and Sports Writers Josh Dubow, Antonio Gonzalez and Charles Odum contributed to this story.
...I'm shocked to hear this news. I have fond memories of them at USC as players and people. They were very enthusiastic and well-liked. Both had outstanding careers at USC." --- AP Sports Writer Josh Dubow contributed to this report.
...said in brief comments to reporters while leaving the family's suburban Las Vegas house. Associated Press writers Josh Dubow in San Francisco and Ken Ritter and Joe Cavaretta in Las Vegas contributed to this report. On the Net: http://www...
...travel provide a good argument. A Hurricanes' win wouldn't ease the pain of last year's double-overtime loss to the Buckeyes in the Fiesta Bowl for the national championship. Josh Dubow covers college football for The Associated Press.
...and Miami. Wins by both will go a long way in clearing their path to a championship showdown at the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 4. A loss by either will lead to a final month of chaos. Josh Dubow covers college football for The Associated Press.
...The big offseason winners by luring Big East powerhouses Miami and Virginia Tech for 2004, the ACC got off to a 1-3 start in nonconference games against Division I-A teams. Josh Dubow covers college football for The Associated Press.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - San Jose was officially eliminated from playoff contention Monday and will be playing out the string in the final two games for the first time in more than a decade.
...so far, especially after the Horned Frogs beat UAB by only three points. History says both teams won't remain undefeated. But if they do, the Huskies should get the BCS bid. Josh Dubow covers college football for The Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO - Whether it's steroid testing, all those power arms in the bullpen or a lower strike zone, baseballs just aren't flying out of the park like they did a decade or two ago.