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Tebow leads the way; Dunlap defensive star

MIAMI â€" Tim Tebow gave Florida the jolt it needed, and the Gators toughed out a second BCS title in three years. Their 24-14 win over No. 2 Oklahoma in a choppy, sloppy affair Thursday night made them a national champion. But it likely did little to quiet fans of Southern California, Utah and Texas, all of whom already claimed the top spot.

Nelson, Streeter duo dynamic in victory

Should they ever decide to take up pro wrestling, Demetrius Nelson and Bryan Streeter might make a pretty good tag team. The two post players, both of whom had to sit out last season, gave Citadel basketball fans a look at what the Bulldogs were missing last year against Georgia Southern on Thursday night.

Utah No. 1 in nation, or at least a top seed

Is it just me? Or did the presidential election, and thus the present direction of the entire planet, turn when one candidate finally found a winning issue: Support for an eight-team playoff in major college football. Barack Obama repeated his advocacy this week.

Names and Games

Some baseball observers believed Bishop England's Alex Abrams would end up at the College of Charleston. After all, his father, Andy, is the dean of C of C's law school.

Fort Dorchester tunes up for region play by winning 3 December wrestling tournaments

It's early in the wrestling season, but no team has grappled its way to a better start than Fort Dorchester. The Fort, ranked No. 1 in the state by, won three tournaments in December and was undefeated in six dual matches.

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