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Pitt


Paul Chryst: Pitt running game not at top efficiency yet

Pitt coach Paul Chryst says Panthers running game is not clicking on all cylinders yet despite an impressive start statistically.



Early struggles provide 'teaching points' for Pitt

Saturday's win at Florida International showed that if nothing else, the Panthers are getting good at overcoming first-quarter hiccups.


 

PSU


Penn State defense glad to take five

The Nittany Lions' defensive players didn't think they were going to snag five interceptions against Rutgers Saturday night; they knew.



Penn State blanks Rutgers in second half, wins 13-10

The Nittany Lions have put together just 104 yards of total offense and allowed three sacks by a defense that is blitzing often.


 

WVU


Clint Trickett's strong rapport with WRs pays dividends for West Virginia

Clint Trickett and his top receivers are on the same page, which makes things pretty easy on the Mountaineers quarterback.



WVU cornerback suspended indefinitely

West Virginia returned one cornerback from suspension Sunday only to have another be suspended Monday.


 

Duquesne


District college football: California has tough test afoot

After a 33-24 win last week against Virginia State, California faces an early measuring stick in Bloomsburg,2013 PSAC champion.



Duquesne guard Colter's cancer in remission

Duquesne basketball guard Derrick Colter stayed upbeat during radiation treatment, and his cancer (non-Hodgkins lymphoma) is in remission.


 

Robert Morris


Matty McConnell to play basketball at Robert Morris

Matty McConnell, a Chartiers Valley High School senior and one of the top basketball players in the WPIAL, has decided to play at RMU.



Robert Morris coach's debut gets no traction

On Thursday night when everything appeared new for the Colonials — most notably, coach John Banaszak — the end result was sadly familiar.


 

College Sports


District college football roundup: IUP allows 38 unanswered in loss

The worst loss for the Crimson Hawks in more than a decade saw Kutztown dominate through the air on offense.



District college football: Slippery Rock RB Greene off to flying start

Slippery Rock running back Shamar Greene wasted little time showing his potential, earning PSAC West offensive athlete of the week.


 

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Rutgers apologizes for offensive signs, shirts

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) -- Rutgers is apologizing to Penn State for offensive signs and shirts referencing the Jerry Sandusky child


Texas man in critical condition following fall

DALLAS (AP) -- Authorities say a man is in critical condition after falling more than 12 feet from the stands into a field-level

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Mykhailiuk lands at Kansas after World Cup ouster

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- In the course of a week, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk went from playing against some of his biggest heroes on the

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