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October 6, 2010
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel said Tuesday he believes quarterback Terrelle Pryor will be "fine" as the team prepares for Saturday's game against Indiana. Pryor injured his left quadriceps during the third quarter of last week's game against Illinois. He missed a series, but returned later in the period and helped the second-ranked Buckeyes to a 24-13 victory. "I would expect every day he'll get closer to 100 percent," said Tressel at his weekly news conference. "I don't know who's 100 percent after five games … but I think he'll be fine.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
To prepare for Saturday's football game between Maryland and Boston College, we traded emails with Michael Vega, who covers the Eagles for the Boston Globe. You can check out more of Michael's coverage on their website . TRACKING THE TERPS: For an outsider looking in, the Eagles seem like a different team under Steve Addazio. Is that a fair assessment, and what specifically has he done to lead Boston College out of its dry spell MICHAEL VEGA: The difference has been night and day under Steve Addazio.
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By Dean Jones Jr and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Archbishop Curley fullback-defensive end Nik D'Avanzo committed Tuesday to play football at Temple. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound rising senior, who was second on the Friars with 80 tackles in 2011, is expected to play defensive end for the Owls. D'Avanzo also had seven sacks for Curley last season. "He's an animal in the weight room," Friars coach Sean Murphy said. "That's the one area that separates him from a lot of kids. He's one of our strongest kids, and he's only 16. He doesn't turn 17 until October.
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By Dean Jones Jr and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Archbishop Curley fullback-defensive end Nik D'Avanzo committed Tuesday to play football at Temple. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound rising senior, who was second on the Friars with 80 tackles in 2011, is expected to play defensive end for the Owls. D'Avanzo also had seven sacks for Curley last season. "He's an animal in the weight room," Friars coach Sean Murphy said. "That's the one area that separates him from a lot of kids. He's one of our strongest kids, and he's only 16. He doesn't turn 17 until October.
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By Matt Murschel, Tribune Newspapers | September 26, 2011
There's LSU and Alabama and then everyone else in the SEC. From the start of the season, everyone was pointing to these two as the cream of the crop in the SEC. Armed with stellar defenses and impressive wins, both can make a case as the top team in the nation. It was a tough week for the Big East. After spending most of the week scrambling from the aftermath of the defections of Syracuse and Pittsburgh, the conference was back in the news after it had to apologize for a blown call that cost Toledo a victory against the Orange.
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By Don Markus | May 11, 2012
The 2012 college football season is still months away, but those who oversee its coverage at The Sporting News did their best this week to turn some of the attention away from the NFL's concussion controversy, the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs, the NBA's latest playoff injury and Josh Hamilton's home run derby at Camden Yards. Ranking the 125 coaches of Football Bowl Subdivision teams was a pretty ambitious undertaking , and I'm sure it will cause quite a bit of chatter in places like Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Nick Saban was ranked at the top as well as other college towns where the folks are still dissecting spring practice and recruiting classes.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
To prepare for Saturday's football game between Maryland and Boston College, we traded emails with Michael Vega, who covers the Eagles for the Boston Globe. You can check out more of Michael's coverage on their website . TRACKING THE TERPS: For an outsider looking in, the Eagles seem like a different team under Steve Addazio. Is that a fair assessment, and what specifically has he done to lead Boston College out of its dry spell MICHAEL VEGA: The difference has been night and day under Steve Addazio.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2011
Protect this house? In a gut punch of a game that couldn't end soon enough for Maryland, the Terps couldn't protect their home field, their dignity, their punter or quarterback Danny O'Brien. Junior running back Bernard Pierce rushed 32 times for 149 yards and tied a school record with five touchdowns Saturday as Temple held the ball for 41 minutes in dominating the Terps, 38-7. It was Temple's first win over an Atlantic Coast Conference team in its football history and Maryland's worst loss at Byrd Stadium since being clobbered, 37-3, by Florida State in 2008.
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February 28, 1999
BaseballAngels: Agreed to terms with P Scott Schoeneweis.Devil Rays: Agreed to terms with P Tony Saunders (Glen Burnie), P Ramon Tatis, P Jim Mecir and P Bryan Rekar on one-year contracts.Tigers: Agreed to terms with P Sean Runyan on one-year contract.Twins: Signed OF Chris Latham and P Dan Perkins to one-year contracts.BasketballNBA: Fined Bulls coach Tim Floyd $5,000 for verbally abusing officials in game against 76ers on Thursday.Bulls: Placed G Keith Booth (Maryland) on injured list with left quadriceps strain and G Cory Carr on injured list with lower back strain.
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February 21, 1997
BaseballAngels: Named Zeke Zimmerman and Joe Urso coaches for Single-A Boise.Brewers: Re-signed IF Mark Loretta to a one-year contract.Cubs: Announced IF Andujar Cedeno was unable to pass his physical and left camp.Dodgers: Signed IF Juan Castro and C Henry Blanco to one-year contracts.Mariners: Signed P Dennis Martinez to a minor-league contract.Rangers: Signed OF Lonell Roberts to a one-year contract.Reds: Agreed to terms with P Scott Service and P Mike Remlinger on one-year contracts.BasketballBullets: Named Chuck Douglas director of player personnel.
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By Don Markus | May 11, 2012
The 2012 college football season is still months away, but those who oversee its coverage at The Sporting News did their best this week to turn some of the attention away from the NFL's concussion controversy, the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs, the NBA's latest playoff injury and Josh Hamilton's home run derby at Camden Yards. Ranking the 125 coaches of Football Bowl Subdivision teams was a pretty ambitious undertaking , and I'm sure it will cause quite a bit of chatter in places like Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Nick Saban was ranked at the top as well as other college towns where the folks are still dissecting spring practice and recruiting classes.
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By Matt Murschel, Tribune Newspapers | September 26, 2011
There's LSU and Alabama and then everyone else in the SEC. From the start of the season, everyone was pointing to these two as the cream of the crop in the SEC. Armed with stellar defenses and impressive wins, both can make a case as the top team in the nation. It was a tough week for the Big East. After spending most of the week scrambling from the aftermath of the defections of Syracuse and Pittsburgh, the conference was back in the news after it had to apologize for a blown call that cost Toledo a victory against the Orange.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2011
Protect this house? In a gut punch of a game that couldn't end soon enough for Maryland, the Terps couldn't protect their home field, their dignity, their punter or quarterback Danny O'Brien. Junior running back Bernard Pierce rushed 32 times for 149 yards and tied a school record with five touchdowns Saturday as Temple held the ball for 41 minutes in dominating the Terps, 38-7. It was Temple's first win over an Atlantic Coast Conference team in its football history and Maryland's worst loss at Byrd Stadium since being clobbered, 37-3, by Florida State in 2008.
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October 6, 2010
Ohio State coach Jim Tressel said Tuesday he believes quarterback Terrelle Pryor will be "fine" as the team prepares for Saturday's game against Indiana. Pryor injured his left quadriceps during the third quarter of last week's game against Illinois. He missed a series, but returned later in the period and helped the second-ranked Buckeyes to a 24-13 victory. "I would expect every day he'll get closer to 100 percent," said Tressel at his weekly news conference. "I don't know who's 100 percent after five games … but I think he'll be fine.
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September 3, 2011
With Maryland opening at Byrd Stadium Monday night against Miami, here is a game-by-game look at the Terps ' season: • Miami, Monday night: Maryland has eyed a rematch since dropping a 26-20 game to Hurricanes in which Terps DBs Dexter McDougle and Kenny Tate got embarrassed by a late TD pass last season. That was before Miami's program was engulfed by news of a booster bearing gifts. • West Virginia (Sept. 17): It will be Maryland's second game in a row against a team with a new coach (Dana Holgorsen)
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December 29, 2009
Indecision is his foe Dom Amore Hartford Courant To lead football players, a coach must know exactly what he wants. Urban Meyer always has been the personification of confidence and resolve. The episode this weekend, though, indicates a man who is not sure what he wants to do. Coaching burns out talented men before their time. If Meyer needs time to restore his health, he should take it. If he is not sure, then how can he "give his heart and soul" - his words - to this job?
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