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College football week ahead: Miami expected to make a big leap in CFP rankings

At least one person isn’t ready to proclaim that the Miami football program is officially back. That would be the Hurricanes’ outspoken linebacker Shaquille Quarterman. “No, we’ve got to get the ring first,” he said. But with the College Football Playoff picture changing drastically from week to...

Robert Woods continues to be key weapon for Rams

Robert Woods stood at his locker, appearing exhausted. Moments earlier, coach Sean McVay had presented the former USC All-American with the game ball after a personal-best performance that sparked the Rams to a 33-7 victory over the Houston Texans at the Coliseum. Two dozen reporters surrounded...

Jared Goff leads Rams to victory over Houston Texans

Rams maintain their first place standing in the NFC West with 33-7 win over the Houston Texans.

Remaining schedule will be true test for the surprising 7-2 Rams

Please return to your seats and fasten your seat belts. Heavy turbulence ahead. The Rams, maybe the NFL’s most surprising story at 7-2, are heading into the toughest stretch of their season. Five of their next six opponents have winning records, and that includes matchups against three of the league’s...

Chargers offense falters again as Jaguars come back to win in overtime

The Chargers are staring at some “Good Will Hunting”-type math equations nine weeks into their season and, geez, do they need that janitor to walk into the locker room to figure out the problem? A team seemingly filled with offensive talent — from the backfield to the tight ends to the receivers...

Angels to shop for a second baseman at general managers meetings

The Angels’ front-office contingent will arrive at this week’s general managers meetings in Orlando, Fla., with one clear and present need: a second baseman. There are more additions they would prefer to make, but in the 90 days before spring training starts, the closest thing to a certainty is...

Taiwan's military says a missing pilot didn't defect to China, but speculation blooms anyway

A Taiwanese air force jet has been missing for five days, the military says, prompting speculation about what happened — including the possibility that the pilot defected to mainland China. Military search-and-rescue crews, as well as Taiwan’s coast guard, have turned up no sign of the French-made...

Jose Ramirez gets rousing victory over Mike Reed in second-round TKO

Jose Ramirez is trying to become a world champion and a champion for his neighbors. In front of 13,838 Saturday night at Save Mart Center, the 2012 U.S. Olympian from Central California said he savored the butterflies that came from cheers at his introduction, making quick work of previously unbeaten...

Water polo regionals offer second chance for Sailors, Oilers

Before this year, a loss in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinals would have been the end of the season for the Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo team. The No. 4-seeded Sailors lost to top-seeded Mater Dei, 9-3, on Wednesday night at Irvine’s Woollett Aquatics Center. But the season...

Sidelined Lily Eaves cheers Granada Hills teammates to volleyball title

Lily Eaves had her surgically repaired left leg wrapped as she sat in the first row of bleachers at Roybal High on Saturday night. The Granada Hills senior suffered a broken leg in the City Section Open Division girls’ volleyball semifinals. She had every reason to feel down knowing she wouldn’t...

Lakers' Lonzo Ball becomes youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double

Not even LeBron James did this at his age. With his 10th rebound against the Milwaukee Bucks, Lonzo Ball became the youngest player to achieve a triple-double in NBA history. He’s done it at 20 years and 15 days. Ball got the double-digit points first on Saturday, on a night when he made his first...

Ronald Jones II runs up USC record book in win over Colorado

Several people told Ronald Jones II after USC’s win over Colorado on Saturday that he’d just reached No. 6 on USC’s all-time rushing list. It meant that, in one game, he’d passed Reggie Bush, LenDale White and Mike Garrett. He did not quite believe it. "It didn't hit me yet,” he said. “I've got...

NFL notes: Chiefs DT Roy Miller arrested on suspicion of dometic battery

Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Roy Miller was arrested early Saturday in Florida on suspicion of domestic battery, according to Duval County jail records. Miller was jailed shortly before 5 a.m. by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. The incident involved a minor injury, but no other details...

Surging Rams hoping for more fan support at Coliseum

Return waves from neighbors were the first signs of recognition that Nickell Robey-Coleman noticed. After several months of saying hello to them, and receiving nary an acknowledgment in return, they finally knew he was a Rams cornerback. Then Robey-Coleman saw Rams banners hung in windows, and...

North Korea denounces Trump's Asia tour as a 'warmonger's visit'

North Korea hasn’t had much to say publicly about President Trump’s 12-day Asia tour, including his tough criticism of the communist country during a speech to South Korea’s national legislature. That changed Saturday. A spokesman for North Korea’s foreign ministry published a lengthy and incendiary...

Rating the five best and five worst offensive lines in the NFL

They seldom make the highlight packages. If you hear their name during a game, it’s usually because they’ve done something wrong. Yet they are the often overlooked element when it comes to the success or failure of NFL teams. They are the offensive linemen, and although they’re always essential,...

How The Times' top 25 football teams fared

How the Times’ top 25 high school football teams fared (losses are shaded): Rk. School (W-L) Result | Next game 1. MATER DEI (11-0) def. Vista Murrieta, 49-7 | at Long Beach Poly, Friday 2. CORONA CENTENNIAL (9-1) def. Gardena Serra, 35-21 | at Murrieta Valley, Friday 3. ST. JOHN BOSCO (9-2) def....

Last-place Orange Lutheran stuns league champion Chaminade

“Oh my God.” That was the reaction of an overwhelmed Orange Lutheran player mumbling to himself after the Lancers pulled off the shocker of the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 1 playoffs Friday night, beating Mission League champion and No. 4-seeded Chaminade 28-25 in West Hills....

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