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LOPRESTI: Hoping conference play provides closer games
Less carnage, please. There were blowouts galore last weekend as college football had more mismatches than a worst-dressed list, when 17 FBS teams broke 50 points and four broke 70.
LINDLEY: Reducing sanctions against Penn State was right call
The NCAA finally got something right when it reduced the death-like sanctions against Penn State University.
New Albany grad Hale to transfer from Purdue
Painter says ex-NA star headed to Bellarmine to be closer to home, get more playing time
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: Grenadiers fall to Lindsey Wilson
IU Southeast falls to 8-6
COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Sept. 24, 2013
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
• Cassie Holland (Asbury women’s soccer, Floyd Central graduate, So.) — notes: game-high three goals, game-high eight shots and game-high six shots on goal in the Eagles’ 6-0 home win over Berea last Tuesday; team records: 3-5 overall, 1-0 Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Panthers no contest for Louisville, 72-0
Cards up 38-0 by half home against FIU
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: Grenadiers beat Oakland City in four sets
Four Grenadiers had double-digit kills as Indiana Southeast pushed its winning streak to four-straight matches with a 3-1 win over Oakland City Thursday night.
LOPRESTI: Things going from bad to worse in Austin
The eyes of Texas need a Kleenex. They must be weeping over what has happened to their Longhorns, and it might only get worse this week. Mack Brown’s seat is getting so hot, you could cook a Texas ribeye on it.
COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Sept. 17, 2013
Former FC standout is this week's Athlete of the Week
COLLEGE TENNIS: IU Southeast women open conference with 6-3 win
The IU Southeast women’s tennis team opened conference play Saturday with a 6-3 win over Brescia.
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