Last night of the baseball season? Rumor has it this could be pretty fun.
Colleague Mark Schlabach looks at September lessons and October questions facing each conference in this week's On the Mark.
Munchie Legaux has kept a quiet confidence even after Saturday's thriller, Bill Koch writes in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Hartford Courant's Jeff Jacobs illustrates that the Jersey boys on UConn aren't shy about their feelings toward Rutgers.
WDRB's Rick Bozich presents five reasons why Louisville is better than last year.
Central Catholic will be well-represented when Pitt faces Syracuse, Jerry DiPaola writes in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Replacing NT Ike Holmes, who is lost for the season (wrist), is a work in progress for Rutgers, Tom Luicci writes in the (Newark) Star-Ledger.
USF's kick return unit has left the Bulls in a hole, Greg Auman writes in the Tampa Bay Times.
Syracuse receiver Adrian Flemming is excited to get back on the field, Nolan Weidner writes in the (Syracuse) Post-Standard.
Temple's starting offense is loaded with freshmen, Keith Pompey writes in the Philadelphia Inquirer.