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Cougars face challenge of filling defensive void after losing three starters

Last year, the College of Charleston women's team relied on a rough, rugged defense that held opponents to 36.8 percent shooting from the field. Picked to finish last in the Southern Conference, the Cougars instead finished fifth (14-16, 9-9 SoCon) and advanced to the second round of the SoCon Tournament.

Talented Buccaneers banking on improvement this season

Entering her third season as the women's basketball coach at Charleston Southern, Julie Goodenough is thinking that this year's squad can be among the best ever in school history. The fact that CSU has only produced one winning season in more than 30 years of basketball and the school record for wins is 16, it might be conceivable that this year's bunch could reach their goal.

Texas Tech looks better as the season gets longer

It's hard to top the raw rock 'n' roll of Buddy Holly and the Crickets. The Beatles borrowed the insect idea. Everyone else copied from the garage band innovations. But this 2008 Texas Tech football team is the next best thing since "That'll Be The Day" to come out of Lubbock.

This Crimson Tide team is a genuine juggernaut

I knew it that night in Atlanta, back in August, when the Crimson Tide steamrolled Clemson (34-10) and never looked back.

A long time between 'paydays'

Wofford coach Mike Ayers calls it the college football player's "paycheck," the reward at the end of the week for hard work well done.










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