1. Hamlin, Johnson Shine at Martinsville

    The race at Martinsville Speedway this weekend features the only short track in the Chase for the Sprint Cup...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 18 reads 0 comments

  2. CUP: Zipadelli Stands By Danica

    Frustrated with Landon Cassill at Kansas Speedway, Danica Patrick decided to send him a message. She spun Cassill — and wrecked her own car, ending her race early...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 139 reads 0 comments

  3. Regan Smith to Race Nationwide for JR Motorsports

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Regan Smith will race for the Nationwide Series championship next season driving for JR Motorsports. Smith will drive the No...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  4. Allmendinger, Smith to Share Phoenix Racing Car for Final Four Races

    Both AJ Allmendinger and Regan Smith will get a chance to drive the Phoenix Racing No. 51 car over the final month of the season with Allmendinger running the next two races at Martinsville ...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 154 reads 0 comments

  5. Gordon Favors Teammate Johnson, but Says Keselowski Will Be Hard to Beat

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Jeff Gordon technically owns part of the Hendrick Motorsports team that fields a car for Jimmie Johnson. So it would make sense if Gordon said that Johnson was the favorite to win this year’s Sprint Cup title...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 307 reads 0 comments

  6. Junior Discusses Missing Races, Return

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. has spent the last two weeks following his doctor’s orders and allowing himself to heal from his recent concussion...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 229 reads 0 comments

  7. Miami DE No Longer with the Team

    Miami defensive end Kelvin Cain played in seven games this season for the Hurricanes. He will not, however, finish out the year...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 351 reads 0 comments

  8. College Football's New Playoff System Will Consist of Four Teams – Till 2025

    College football's new playoff system, set to take to the field in a little over two years, is in many ways a mystery, but BCS executive director Bill Hancock gave some clues earlier this week as to some of the mechanisms of the system...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 946 reads 2 comments

  9. VOD: What Do Notre Dame Fans Really Think About the SEC?

    Notre Dame is in the top 5 of the BCS Standings , but two big obstacles stand in the Irish's way of making a national championship — and they both belong to the SEC...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 1,048 reads 1 comments

  10. Auburn President Writes Letter Urging Students to Support Football Team

    When a school president pens a letter to students and fans telling them that, yes, he has heard their complaints and urges them to show public support for the team, that's a sign the season is going really, really bad...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 39 reads 0 comments

  11. Clint Moseley Will Get Third Start as Auburn QB

    Clint Moseley came in for the second half of a loss against Arkansas earlier this month and has been Auburn’s quarterback ever since. That won’t change Saturday against Texas A&M...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  12. Foot Injury Leaves Maryland with One Healthy QB

    Maryland has gone through an unnatural amount of attrition since Randy Edsall became the program’s coach following the 2010 season. This season, the Terps had already lost quarterbacks Danny O’Brien to transfer, and C...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  13. UGA's Greg McGarity Not Changing Stance on Inviting Recruits to Jacksonville

    UGA athletics director Greg McGarity told the AJC that he hasn’t given any consideration to changing his stance of not inviting football recruits to the annual Georgia-Florida ...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 17 reads 0 comments

  14. Tyrann Mathieu's Idle Hands Dig Deeper Hole for Himself

    Even as LSU’s star player, under the protective bubble of a football program that needed him, busied with the time constraints of practice and playing and everything else that ...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 152 reads 1 comments

  15. Red Wings' Niklas Kronwall: NHL 'had an Agenda' Against Union Proposals

    As the curtain closes on the chance of a full NHL season, Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall faulted the league for not letting in enough light...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 321 reads 1 comments

  16. Brunt: Danny Hope, Purdue can't afford to lose at Minnesota

    Ok, Danny Hope. Smoke is billowing from the hood of that pretty looking used car you sold us. At the beginning of the season, you told us this team could compete and had the chance to do special things...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 20 reads 0 comments

  17. Purdue Seeks Fresh Start After 3 Straight Losses

    WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. (AP) (Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.)By MICHAEL MAROTAP Sports Writer Purdue came into this season talking big. Three games into the conference schedule, those thoughts have quietly slipped away...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 6 reads 0 comments

  18. Purdue Football Notebook: Henry Becoming Jack of All Trades

    Rob Henry remains a quarterback, but that doesn’t mean he won’t line up at receiver and running back...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 4 reads 0 comments

  19. C.J. Brown's Season May Be Over, but Influence on Terps Remains

    C.J. Brown, Maryland’s presumptive starting quarterback and one of its team captains, already had his chance to play in 2012 extinguished in the preseason...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 17 reads 0 comments

  20. Stefon Diggs Becoming a 'technician' on Punt Returns, with More Fair Catches

    Stefon Diggs was getting a little too excited on punt returns, taking his eye off the ball. The result? An assortment of breathtaking runs, in which he spun out of blanketed coverage for big downfield gains, with the occasional drop thrown in there...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 19 reads 0 comments

  21. Wes Brown Reacts to Being Named Maryland's Starting RB

    Ask Wes Brown what sets him apart from his fellow running backs, and you likely won’t get much of a boisterous, self-fulfilling answer. Everyone has power, the Maryland true freshman says...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 17 reads 0 comments

  22. Towles Returns to Practice a Little Rusty

    After practice Tuesday, offensive coordinator Randy Sanders and defensive coordinator Rick Minter talked about the team's first practice of the week...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 30 reads 0 comments

  23. Kentucky Football's Injury News Is Mostly Positive

    LEXINGTON, KY. — University of Kentucky football coach Joker Phillips updated the Wildcats’ laundry list of injuries following Wednesday’s practice, and the news is mostly good...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 25 reads 0 comments

  24. Mizzou QB Franklin Likely to Miss Game vs. UK

    COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri quarterback James Franklin will likely miss his second consecutive game when the Tigers play Kentucky on Saturday. Franklin was listed as "doubtful" on the team's updated depth chart released Monday...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 48 reads 0 comments

  25. Kentucky RBs Pushing Each Other to Get Better

    Raymond Sanders is always chasing Jonathan George. It's now a running concern in the middle of games that Sanders will find out the current rushing yardage totals for himself and his fellow junior...

    Max Rausch Written by Max Rausch about almost 2 years ago 10 reads 0 comments