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Virginia gave BYU all they could handle, but Taysom Hill would not be denied as he leads the Cougars to the 41-33 win.
Two critical interceptions cost the Hokies as Georgia Tech wins the battles of the Techs 27-24
8mOnce the coach-in-waiting in College Park, he slipped out of Maryland's grasp. Now Vanderbilt's James Franklin is rumored to be Penn State's top coaching target.
8mMarkel Starks played all 40 minutes and scored 21 points as the Georgetown Hoyas defeated DePaul 61-54 in the Big East opener for both teams.
8mJarell Eddie scored 13 of his 17 points in the first half and Virginia Tech used two runs before the intermission to bounce back from a crushing loss by drubbing Maryland-Eastern Shore 82-66 Tuesday.
8mBrett Hundley threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more scores to help No. 17 UCLA rout Virginia Tech 42-12 on Tuesday in the Sun Bowl.
8mHe was brilliant in his season debut, but Seth Allen's performance in Tuesday's win over NC Central reenforces the fact that he still is not fully recovered.
8mNick Faust was in a groove on Tuesday afternoon, scoring 19 points in a Maryland win. He also had this big dunk. See video here.
8mThere were aspects of it that looked little like other Maryland wins, but the Terrapins ended 2013 with a 70-56 win over North Carolina Central.