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2 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times
Former UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel chats with his son Jerry after the Bruins' spring game in April at the StubHub Center. Former UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel chats with his son Jerry after the Bruins' spring game in April at the StubHub Center.
6 hrs ago | New York Post
The Giants caught a huge break when Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer was a surprising scratch. But they weren't good enough to cash in on it.
14 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Injuries put trust in reserves for Arizona Cardinals "Next man up" has become next men up for Arizona Cardinals so far in 2014. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1tP8JCe Arizona Cardinals cornerback Teddy Williams during organized team activities on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at the Cardinals training facility in Tempe.
The clashes between elite teams were much less common than in the previous two weeks, but Week 3 of the college football slate featured everything from upsets of top-25 teams to dominating performances from the nation's elite. College football results can be incredibly different from week to week.
Barry Sanders follows fullback Lee Ward to pick up some of his game-high 92 rushing yards. Photo by John Todd/isiphotos.com Devon Cajuste caught a career-high three touchdown passes, Kevin Hogan threw for 216 yards and four touchdowns and No.
Besides having to concern himself with Army's straight-ahead power in Saturday's home game, Stanford nose tackle David Parry will have to watch out for the cut blocks the Black Knights like to deliver. "Most teams like to cut off the back side,'' he said.
Sep 8, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals running back Stepfan Taylor celebrates with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the San Diego Chargers at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Chargers 18-17.
In an era where spread offenses are all the rage, the programs will put on a rare competition between throwback styles. The Black Knights will stick with their signature triple-option offense, and the 15th-ranked Cardinal will rely on the power running game and imposing defense that has led them to the past two Pac-12 championships.
Fresh off a wrenching loss to an ancient rival, Stanford's task this week is to avoid jeopardizing its season against an overmatched opponent. Army is unlikely to threaten the 15th-ranked Cardinal on the scoreboard, but the Black Knights' triple-option blocking scheme poses a danger to Stanford's most vulnerable unit, the defensive line.
The Orange, California native was drawn in by the L.A. lights and the recruiting capabilities of Rick Neuheisel coming out of high school, and had his sights set on UCLA. His mother had other ideas.
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Vikings rookie guard David Yankey knows his development will take time. Right now, an immediate goal is simply to have a uniform hanging in his locker before a game.
The NFL has launched an investigation into its handling of the Ray Rice case, promising to share the results with the public. Specifically, the investigators named by Commissioner Roger Goodell will attempt to determine whether NFL officials saw a full video of a domestic incident in which Rice knocked out his then-fiancee, Janay Palmer, in an Atlantic City casino last February.
Stanford tries to regroup from a frustrating 13-10 home loss to Southern California last week before a series of difficult Pac-12 road games. Army aims to start 2-0 under new coach Jeff Monken.
When it comes to Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, there is one thing nearly all scouts would agree separates him from Eagles quarterback Nick Foles -- his ability to make plays with his legs. "Nick is the better athlete," Luck said on Wednesday.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 07:34 pm
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