SAN FRANCISCO | Trent Richardson practiced all of twice with his new team before helping lead Indianapolis to what Colts coach Chuck Pagano already considers a signature win.
SAN FRANCISCO | Andrew Luck kept San Francisco's prime-time loss at Seattle in the background once his workday ended disappointingly last Sunday in Indianapolis.
VALPARAISO | Bryce Drew rounded out the Valparaiso men's basketball coaching staff on Monday afternoon, announcing the hiring of former Stanford guard Matt Lottich.
ATLANTA | The Falcons are well aware of just how desperate this city is for its first Super Bowl championship.
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INDIANAPOLIS | Andrew Luck's dynamic rookie season is even more impressive when considering that most of the people he's throwing to are new to the NFL, too.
SOUTH BEND | If Manti Te'o's career at Notre Dame has seemed like something straight out of a Hollywood script, perhaps it is fitting the linebacker is cast as a underdog in the final two scenes of his collegiate career.
SOUTH BEND | Defensive end Stephon Tuitt wants to learn a little about the history of the great Notre Dame defenses. Then he wants to rewrite those history books along with his teammates.
SOUTH BEND | Brian Kelly steps into his third season at Notre Dame looking for a quarterback who can run his spread offense. Sure sounds familiar.
Jeff Terry has a concern about power.
NEW YORK | Robert Griffin III beat out preseason favorite Andrew Luck for the Heisman Trophy, dazzling voters with his ability to throw, run and lead Big 12 doormat Baylor into the national rankings.
INDIANAPOLIS | Condoleezza Rice thought she knew what she was getting into as U.S. secretary of state in 2005 following four years as national security adviser and two decades as an academic foreign policy expert.
NEW YORK | Clemson and Kansas State tumbled in The Associated Press college football poll after losing for the first time this season, and the top five teams in the rankings held their ground heading into the showdown between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama.
CARY, N.C. | Camille Levin scored in the 48th minute and Stanford beat Boston College 2-0 on Friday night to advance to the NCAA Women's College Cup final.
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