Mike London Resigns as UVA Football CoachMike London resigned Sunday after failing to guide Virginia to a winning season in five of his six seasons as coach.
Carter Leads No. 2 Maryland Past Cleveland State, 80-63The Terps easily handled Cleveland State and now prepare for a big challenge against No. 9 North Carolina.
Hokies Give Beamer 1 More Win Over VirginiaThe Hokies beat the in-state rival Cavaliers, 23-20, in Charlottesville Saturday, and coach Frank Beamer is likely to play in a bowl game.
Reports: Justin Fuente to Be Virginia Tech CoachJustin Fuente, current coach of the Memphis Tigers, is expected to be the next coach of the Virginia Tech Hokies football team.
Peak Leads Georgetown to 77-47 Win Over BryantL.J. Peak scored 20 points and Georgetown rolled to a 77-47 win over Bryant on Saturday.
Fearing the Turtle Hype: Five Biggest ConcernsThis may be the most-hyped Terps basketball has ever been, cause for some serious concerns.
Snider: Can Terps Mature Into Real Contenders?The Terrapins are playing like a team that's already earned something.
Maryland's Seeks to End 8-Game Skid, Earn 1st Big 10 WinWinless under two coaches for well over two months, the Maryland football team has one final opportunity for a feel-good moment Saturday at Rutgers.
No. 5 Duke Beats Georgetown in 2K ClassicGrayson Allen scored a career-high 32 points, and the Blue Devils beat Georgetown 86-84 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
Duke Rally Falls Short in 42-34 Loss to VirginiaDuke coach David Cutcliffe has never been afraid to mix and match his quarterbacks to see what works, using both Anthony Boone and Thomas Sirk as goal-line specialists in recent years. So it was no surprise when Cutcliffe went to backup Parker Boehme with the Blue Devils mired in a three-game losing streak.
North Carolina Spoils Frank Beamer's Finale in OTMarquise Williams hit Quinshad Davis in overtime and No. 17 UNC spoiled coach Frank Beamer's final home game at VT with a 30-27 victory.
Indiana Rallies Past Maryland for 47-28 WinNate Sudfeld threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns, and Indiana rallied from an early deficit to beat Maryland, 47-28, Saturday.