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It would have solved a major dilemma this season and would make too much sense — and money — not to adopt going forward.

Playing well against a tough schedule provides a better case than winning a conference title game.

Before we look ahead to the playoff, let's revisit the top story lines of the regular season.

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Canadian-led roster has West Virginia in women’s College Cup

Nikki Izzo-Brown is the only women’s soccer coach West Virginia has ever hired. After 21 seasons, she’s guiding the Mountaineers to the women’s College Cup for the first time.

Baseball team raises cash to send player home for holidays

When a group of Nova Southeastern University baseball players realized a new teammate from Venezuela wouldn’t be going home for a three-week holiday break like the rest of the team, they decided to pitch in.

George Mason rallies to beat Kent State 79-75

Otis Livingston’s deep baseline 3-pointer with 22 seconds remaining lifted George Mason to a 79-75 victory over Kent State in a consolation-bracket game at the Gulf Coast Showcase on Tuesday.

Hokies’ valiant rally falls short, 42-35, as Tigers await likely spot in College Football Playoff.

The Nittany Lions present their argument for the College Football Playoff by beating Wisconsin, 36-31, in Indianapolis..

Terps overcome another second-half deficit as Trimble hits a pair of decisive free throws.

The 76-year-old announcer has been the voice of the conference's football games since 2000.

Two standouts lost for the season on one play sums up the day.

Standout QB Will Worth was one of two starters lost for the remainder of the season.

No. 4 Huskies hammer No. 8 Colorado, 41-10, and leave their fate in the hands of the CFP selection committee.

Georgetown’s falls in final four of women’s soccer, ending bid for its first title.

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Turns out Navy's ability to disrupt the NCAA bowl system was highly exaggerated.

Saturday night's contest will feature a pair of the country's best guards in Melo Trimble and Jawun Evans.

Guards’ ability to coexist is key, especially entering showdown with Oklahoma State.

“It’s a good problem,” coach says of playing a postseason game before facing its archrival to close the regular season — possibly for a Cotton Bowl bid.

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