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Rampants score 83; SC 0-3

The craziest touchdown J.H. Rose scored Thursday night against Leesville Road didn’t even count. No bother.

  • Roundup: Rose outlasts DHC in 5

    As is often the case, the first volleyball meeting of the season between rivals J.H. Rose and D.H. Conley featured two teams coming in with undefeated records.

  • ECU QBs continue battle

    Replacing East Carolina all-time leading passer Shane Carden was never going to be easy, but the challenge has grown exponentially more difficult in the last two weeks.

  • Judge rules for Brady

    NEW YORK — Tom Brady learned Thursday he will start the season on the field after a judge lifted the league’s four-game suspension of the star quarterback for a scandal over deflated footballs, saying he was treated unfairly by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

  • ECU defense gears up for Towson

    Towson will be looking for any spark that might ignite an upset on Saturday night against East Carolina.

  • Preview: Baker pacing Jaguars

    FARMVILLE — After a sub-par performance in his team’s season-opening loss, Farmville Central senior running back Kashon Baker was determined to bounce back Friday against North Lenoir.

ECU

ECU QBs continue battle

Replacing East Carolina all-time leading passer Shane Carden was never going to be easy, but the challenge has grown exponentially more difficult in the last two weeks.

  • ECU defense gears up for Towson

    Towson will be looking for any spark that might ignite an upset on Saturday night against East Carolina.

  • Towson coach talks ECU, QBs

    Towson defensive coordinator Matt Hachmann doesn’t think East Carolina’s offense is entirely dependent on great quarterback play.

  • Pirates amp up workouts

    Tuesday was what East Carolina head football coach Ruffin McNeill calls a heavy day.

  • Around the AAC: Coaches debuting

    A couple of highly sought-after assistant coaches took over American Athletic Conference football programs this offseason for their first head coaching gigs.

  • Robinson in Reading

    Former East Carolina point guard Antonio Robinson will begin his professional career with the Reading Rockets of the English Basketball League.

Many variables for ACC channel

CHARLOTTE — Connor Mitch will probably be a little too busy tonight to do much reminiscing.

  • Former Tar Heel indicted

    HILLSBOROUGH — A grand jury indicted a former college football player for violating North Carolina’s sports agent law by providing money to a former Tar Heels player and illegally contacting another about signing a contract.

  • FSU undecided on starting QB

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher might know who his starting quarterback will be, but he isn’t ready to make an announcement.

  • Navy looks to shine in AAC

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds would rather talk about team goals than individual accomplishments as he prepares to close out a record-setting career.

  • Competitive imbalance?

    CHICAGO — The National Labor Relations Board on Monday blocked an effort by Northwestern University football players to form the nation’s first college athletes’ union, dealing a setback to a labor movement that could have transformed the game.

  • Spurrier not impressed with QBs

    COLUMBIA, S.C. — If Steve Spurrier expected to hone in on a starting quarterback Saturday, South Carolina’s scrimmage barely helped.

Rampants score 83; SC 0-3

The craziest touchdown J.H. Rose scored Thursday night against Leesville Road didn’t even count. No bother.

  • Roundup: Rose outlasts DHC in 5

    As is often the case, the first volleyball meeting of the season between rivals J.H. Rose and D.H. Conley featured two teams coming in with undefeated records.

  • Preview: Baker pacing Jaguars

    FARMVILLE — After a sub-par performance in his team’s season-opening loss, Farmville Central senior running back Kashon Baker was determined to bounce back Friday against North Lenoir.

  • Roundup: Conley falls 2-1

    D.H. Conley head boys’ soccer coach Kurt Garner was visibly frustrated after his team’s 2-1 home loss to Fike on Tuesday.

  • Conley star answers London’s call

    If things go according to plan, Jaron Lane will board a plane this weekend bound for London, where he will begin his professional basketball career.

  • Quick turnaround for Pitt teams

    J.H. Rose football coach Dave Wojtecki wasn’t thrilled his team had to sit through an extra week of preparation before starting its season last week against Laney.

Judge rules for Brady

NEW YORK — Tom Brady learned Thursday he will start the season on the field after a judge lifted the league’s four-game suspension of the star quarterback for a scandal over deflated footballs, saying he was treated unfairly by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

  • NFL: Cousins named starter

    ASHBURN, Va. — The Washington Redskins made a quarterback change.

  • Dominant Day takes Barclays

    EDISON, N.J. — The toughest challenge Jason Day faced Sunday at The Barclays was convincing his peers that golf really isn’t this easy.

  • Braves mourn fan's death

    ATLANTA — The American flag flew at half-staff at Turner Field on Sunday, one day after a fan died following his fall from the upper deck into the lower-level stands during a game between the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees.

  • Bae, Day top leaderboard

    EDISON, N.J. — Ryan Palmer can’t imagine the emotions if wins The Barclays a week after his father died.

  • Spieth misses Barclays cut

    EDISON, N.J. — Jordan Spieth lost out on a chance to play the weekend at The Barclays.He also lost his No. 1 ranking.

Race goes retro paint

DARLINGTON, S.C. — The Southern 500 will have a familiar feel, and not just because the race has returned to Labor Day weekend.

  • IndyCar driver dies

    IndyCar driver Justin Wilson died Monday night from a head injury suffered when a piece of debris struck him at Pocono Raceway. He was 37.

  • Bowyer stays positive for Chase

    BRISTOL, Tenn. — All of the crew members who work on Clint Bowyer’s team know they will be out of a job in 12 more races.

  • MWR continues downward spiral

    Michael Waltrip’s rocky nine-year effort to build a successful race team was on the verge of collapse Wednesday as the organization said it will not run any cars full-time next season and released Clint Bowyer from his contract to pursue a new job for 2016.

  • Toyota helping JGR soar

    Joe Gibbs will tell you his race teams lagged behind the competition just 10 weeks ago.Statistics show the organization has not only caught up, but passed the leaders.

  • Kenseth cruises to Michigan victory

    BROOKLYN, Mich. — Matt Kenseth had little to say about how NASCAR’s rules package affected his race at Michigan International Speedway.“I didn’t see much of the race, which was totally fine with me,” he said. “We were up front the whole time.”Kenseth started in the lead, stayed there for most of the race and finished with his third Sprint Cup victory of the season Sunday, beating Kevin Harvick by 1.7 seconds.

Bless your heart
Bless your heart


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