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Shorter shot clock no magic wand for college basketball

This is not meant to burst any bubbles, but prepare for a pretty massive bazooka-like blast: The move by college basketball to a 30-second shot clock this season has every chance to deliver the opposite of intended results.

Women have roared for decades on NHRA circuit

Helen Reddy released “I Am Woman” as a single in 1972, three years after Shirley Muldowney competed in her first U.S. Nationals. Three years after the record went to No. 1, Muldowney won her first NHRA Nationals, at Columbus, Ohio.

UNLV faces its measuring stick in Boise State

It’s not the sort of arms race those in Power 5 conferences engage in annually. We’re not comparing a Dassault Falcon to a Gulfstream. More like a Beechcraft to a glider.

Desperate Cowboys can cover at home against Seahawks

It has been more than a month since the Dallas Cowboys won a game. In the meantime, there has been no shortage of drama and discontent, and no sign of injured quarterback Tony Romo returning.

Peyton Manning needs to turn back the clock

No longer is it hip to praise Peyton Manning. He looks much older now, even elderly at times, trotting onto the field as if limping with a broken hip.

A way to give your opinion to ‘dang Fish and Game’

Back in the old days, I worked my way through college as a member of the university’s grounds crew. While many of my student co-workers loathed such work, I actually enjoyed it.

Okonoboh, Morgan buck transfer rumors, stick with UNLV

We have heard a lot about the D word when it comes to UNLV basketball this season, about how the Rebels have more depth than at any time under fifth-year coach Dave Rice. That’s because Oregon transfer Ben Carter is now eligible and freshman Stephen Zimmerman chose to stay home; size and talent in the front court haven’t been this extensive in some time. There are others, of course.

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