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  • Online education groups add colleges from U.S. and overseas

     
    Two of the emerging providers of online college classes, Coursera and edX, are announcing significant expansions in the numbers of campuses that will join their organizations and offer free courses. The high-powered competitors, both founded last year,...
  • Jamal Crawford feels at home with the Clippers [Video]

    Chris Paul acknowledged that he's stumped. He can't figure out a nickname for Jamal Crawford that does the veteran guard justice. "Not 'The Microwave' because that doesn't really stay hot," Paul said. Definitely not befitting of Crawford, who led all...
  • Former Penn State president Graham Spanier charged in Sandusky case

    Former Penn State president Graham Spanier charged in Sandusky case
    Former Penn State president Graham Spanier was charged Thursday with  perjury, obstruction, endangering the welfare of children and conspiracy for his handling of the Jerry Sandusky molesatation allegations. Prosecutors also added counts against former...
  • Sandusky abuse victim intends to sue Penn State, lawyers say

    Sandusky abuse victim intends to sue Penn State, lawyers say
    A man molested by former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky in a Penn State shower in 2001 will sue the university, his lawyers said Thursday.  The man, known as Victim 2, has not yet revealed his name to the public. His lawyers will be Justine...
  • Men tell of sexual abuse by scoutmaster decades ago

    Men tell of sexual abuse by scoutmaster decades ago
    Even after 36 years, Carl Maxwell Jr.'s thoughts leap to the rustic house at the edge of the golf course, and what happened there. "It is so old, but it is so fresh," Maxwell said, recalling the many nights that members of Troop 222 spent at the home...
  • NCAA sees bumps in the road, but schools pay for the damage

    NCAA sees bumps in the road, but schools pay for the damage
    Come to find out, the creators of the dreaded "lack of institutional control" have been throwing stones from inside their own glass house. The NCAA, short for the National Collegiate Athletic Assn., is now in the kind of damage-control mode that it so...
  • Chris Dufresne's top 10 college football moments for 2012 season

    Chris Dufresne's top 10 college football moments for 2012 season
    The end of this season means there's only a year left of the snaggle-toothed Bowl Championship Series, a cartel dreamed up by Satan that has been infuriating college football fans since 1998. We can't wait for the new four-team playoff starting in 2014...
  • Wisconsin hits frustration trifecta in Rose Bowl

    Wisconsin hits frustration trifecta in Rose Bowl
    The Wisconsin Badgers slinked out of Pasadena again Tuesday, defeated for the third straight year in the Rose Bowl. The good news was, by now, they certainly know the backroads out of town. There was distinction in their 20-14 loss, but not the sort for...
  • College football TV lineup for Saturday

    College football TV lineup for Saturday
    MORNING Georgia Tech (6-5) at No. 3 Georgia (10-1) 9 a.m., ESPN Kids spilled into the streets of Athens, Ga., after Stanford's win over Oregon put Georgia on a controls-its-own-destiny track to this year's national title game. But the Bulldogs...
  • Joe Paterno dies at 85; transformed Penn State into football power

    During a six-decade career, Joe Paterno transformed sleepy Penn State University into a national football power, creating a legacy that no one thought could be beaten — or tarnished. But the Ivy League-educated coach who demanded that his players...
  • Kay Mills dies at 69; journalist and award-winning author

    Kay Mills dies at 69; journalist and award-winning author
    Kay Mills, a widely respected journalist and award-winning author whose books reflected her deep interest in women's issues and the civil rights movement, died Thursday at Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica. She was 69. The cause was a heart...