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Cougars hold on in opener

Carolina First Arena is a beautiful new basketball facility, but there was nothing pretty about the College of Charleston's first game in it. The Cougars had a tough time pulling away, but survived 72-66 against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville on Friday night in front of a crowd of 4,582 in the first round of the Charleston Classic.

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Coaching: How hard can it be?

In my next life, I'm going to be a big-time college football coach. The way I've got it figured, all you have to do is work your way up the food chain for a few years and wrangle one good head coaching job. With the escalation of salaries in today's world, coaches are making millions of dollars a year just to coach football. And they don't even have to win.

Swinney not overlooking a vastly improved Duke

While the rumors and gossip continue to swirl around who will be the next head football coach at Clemson, there's one item of business that people have seemed to have forgotten this week — the Tigers do have a football game to play. Lost in the growing list of candidates for the Clem...

Swinney not overlooking a vastly improved Duke

While the rumors and gossip continue to swirl around who will be the next head football coach at Clemson, there's one item of business that people have seemed to have forgotten this week â€" the Tigers do have a football game to play. Lost in the growing list of candidates for the Clemson vacancy is the fact that Duke â€" the Tigers' opponent this afternoon at Death Valley â€" is a vastly improved team under first-year head coach David Cutcliffe.










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