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Martin Anderson works in an ivory tower - literally. From high above Stanford University's Hoover Institution, Mr. Anderson contemplates Ronald Reagan's legacy as his centennial arrives on Sunday.
Doug Bruno has a simple reason for DePaul's incredible start to the season _ experience.
Cam Newton and Nick Fairley of national champion Auburn are among 56 non-seniors who applied for April's NFL draft — a record total, but only three more players than left college early a year ago.
All-America defensive end Da'Quan Bowers came to Clemson No. 1 and could leave school the same way.
If David Shaw has his way, he will never have to interview for another football coaching job. He is right where he has always felt he belonged: Stanford.
Joseph Bramlett waited for room to open up on the tiny practice range at Waialae Country Club, just like any other PGA Tour player. Typical of most rookies, he felt most comfortable being around players he knew from college and amateur days.
David Shaw arrived as an assistant on the Stanford coaching staff with Jim Harbaugh four years ago with the task of rebuilding a one-win team.
Brady Hoke set the tone for a new era of Michigan football with his mouth and fist, pounding the lectern with each word when asked about the suddenly lopsided rivalry with Ohio State.
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