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Toledo squeezes past Navy in 2 overtimes, 45-44

(courtesy U of Toledo)

Terrance Owens threw a 20-yard touchdown pass and Jeremiah Detmer kicked the conversion to give the host Toledo the win over Navy on Saturday, 45-44 in 2 overtimes.

The Rockets other star of the game was David Fluellen finished with 154 rushing yards on 19 attempts before leaving the game for good early in the fourth quarter after being on a hard hit.

Navy’s Nick Sloan sent the game in overtime after converting on a 40-yard field goal on the final play of regulation.

Toledo’s winning play came after Navy’s Geoffrey Whiteside scored on a 9-yard touchdown to give the Midshipmen a 44-38 lead. But Sloan missed the extra point paving the way for the Rockets to win the game.

Toledo improves to 4-3. Navy drops to 3-3.

Penn State, Central Florida to open 2014 football season in Ireland

(courtesy Penn State)

The Penn State Nittany Lions will open the 2014 college football season against the Central Florida Knights in Ireland.

It’ll be the first international game for either team.

The Gaelic Athletic Association along with officials from both schools made the announcement on Sunday in Dublin, Ireland. The game will be played at Croke Park on August 30.

The 2014 game will be the eighth American college football game to be played in Ireland.

Notre Dame and Navy opened the 2012 season in Dublin’s Aviva Park.

(courtesy UCF)

The Nittany Lions will be the first Big Ten team to play internationally since Michigan State and Wisconsin met in Tokyo, Japan in the finale of the 1993 season.

Big East looking to increase membership

 

(courtesy of Big East Conference)

The Big East Conference is moving quickly to recover from the defections of long-time members Syracuse and Pittsburgh to the ACC and prospective 2012 member Texas Christian University to the Big 12.

The conference is planning to invite Boise State, Air Force and Navy as football-only members, and Central Florida as an all-sports member.

The conference also pushed its exit fee from $5 million to $10 million.

 

Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Matta introduces new video coordinator Paulus; non-conference schedule set

 

Thad Matta talks to media (file photo)

Ohio State head men’s basketball coach Thad Matta called a late spring news conference to introduce recently hired video coordinator Greg Paulus and to discuss next season’s non-conference schedule.

Unlike the football program, the basketball team has no NCAA violations or bad press hovering over them. Matta has cleaned up the program he inherited from Jim O’Brien in July of 2004.

Since that point in time, Matta has led the Buckeyes to at least a share of four Big Ten championships and five NCAA Tournament appearances, including a spot in the 2007 national championship game.

As for Paulus, an assistant coach at Navy last season before the head coach resigned leaving him in limbo, he passed up other jobs for a chance to work for Matta and Ohio State.

Matta and the 24-year-old Paulus have a relationship that dates back to when Thad was at Xavier and recruited the much-sought after basketball player who eventually signed with Duke.

Greg Paulus (courtesy of Navy athletics)

The non-conference schedule is set for the 2011-2012 season with one left to be announced later:

November 11 Wright State

November 15 Florida

November 18 Jackson State

November 21 North Florida

November 23 Virginia Military Institute

November 29 Duke

December 3 Texas-Pan American

December 10 at Kansas

December 14 South Carolina Upstate

December 17 at South Carolina

December 20 Lamar

December 22 Miami University at Nationwide Arena

 

Schedule courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Virginia Cavaliers top seed in NCAA Baseball Tournament

 

(courtesy of Virginia athletics)

The University of Virginia has been selected as the overall #1 seed for the 64-man NCAA college baseball tournament.

The Cavaliers, with a record of 49-9 won the Atlantic Coasct Conference and will play host to one of the 16 of four-team, double-elimination regionals that begin on Friday.

Virginia is led by left-hander Danny Hultzen, will open the tournament,  against Patriot League champion Navy ( 33-23-1) in the Charlottesville Regional.

The remaining seeds are in order: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida State, Vanderbilt, Texas and Rice.

 

Info courtesy of NCAA news & University of Virginia

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