MIAMI — Sand art of the BCS logo and Coaches Saban and Kelly.
Photos by Chad Weaver/The Goshen, Ind., News)
Sand artist Josh Clyde's rendering of the BCS National Championship logo is shown on the beach outside of the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort in Ft. Lauderdale Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Chad Weaver/The Goshen, Ind., News)
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly answers questions from the media Sunday morning during the head coaches press conference at the media hotel in Ft. Lauderdale. (Photo by Chad Weaver/The Goshen, Ind., News)
Alabama head coach Nick Saban answers questions from the media during the head coaches press conference Sunday morning at the media hotel in Ft. Lauderdale. (Phot by Chad Weaver/The Gosphen, Ind., News)
West Virginia baseball, in Oklahoma City for the Big 12 Conference tournament, quickly realized there is something much more important than the next time at bat.
May 21, 2013 1 Photo
Picking which teams will advance to the NCAA football playoffs in 2014 is a question that remains unanswered.
May 17, 2013
Not since Affirmed in 1978 has the thoroughbred racing world had a horse who won sport's big three.
May 6, 2013 1 Photo
Cameron Lyle won't compete in the season's last two meets, including the conference championship, because he'll be recovering from surgery to donate bone marrow to a 28-year-old leukemia patient he does not know.
April 22, 2013 1 Photo
After 14 Hall of Fame-worthy seasons in Indianapolis, the Broncos' quarterback is likely to go beyond the norm next season.
April 18, 2013
Largely lost in the adulation for Jackie Robinson are the four other black men who played in the major leagues that year — four men who faced the same racism and opposition as Robinson did, but without the historic fame.
April 16, 2013 1 Photo
Seen teammates were arrested in Myrtle Beach for stealing expensive sunglasses. Now they'll face the penalties for their misdeeds.
April 10, 2013
April 9, 2013 1 Photo
A Tony Award winner standing in line at Macy’s department store for Ron Cey’s autograph. Perhaps no other way can the connection between baseball and Broadway.
April 4, 2013 1 Photo
The Hargrove Academy (Va.) graduate is part of a deep Louisville bench that will be counted upon to fill the shoes of Kevin Ware, who was injured against Duke.
April 2, 2013 1 Photo
The devastation wrought by the tornado that roared through Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon can be told by adding up the numbers.Continued ...
Troy McElmurry was out of town when Monday's tornado hit Moore. Now he's missing his home, his neighbor and his new Nissan Pathfinder. And he's unsure if he'll rebuild.Continued ...
Maylene Sorrels, 35, huddled over students at Plaza Towers Elementary School as a tornado with winds stronger than 200 mph ripped apart the building. Sorrels and anotehr teacher talked to the students, sang to them, rubbed their backs and comforted them until the storm passed.Continued ...
Among the dead are seven children who huddled from the storm inside a local elementary school.Continued ...
Moore, Okla., was hit by a tornado packing winds some say were in excess of 200 mph. The rescue and recovery mission continued throughout the day and night.Continued ...
The forest's 517,000 acres of wooded rolling hills hold much of the state’s original tracts of virgin hardwood trees.Continued ...
The all-new Kia Sorento represents a real value. Even in a hotly contested crossover market it stands out for offering a high quality feel and more sophisticated driving experience.Continued ...
The engine delivers 274 horsepower to its front wheels through a six-speed sportmatic transmission with paddle shifters mounted to the steering wheel.Continued ...
Sometimes leftovers make for great second meals. It's simple to grill a few extra chicken breats and then include them in new creations.Continued ...
In the old days, vets mostly dealt with livestock like cows and pigs. But now many of us deeply care about the smaller animals that live in our houses.Continued ...
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