BASEBALL Head coach Paul Keyes received good news during the NCAA early signing period, as five players inked with the Rams. Four of the five hail from the Richmond metro area while one is from Northern Virginia. The local players are: Brent Mikionis, a middle infielder from Powhatan High School; Joshua Alford, a pitcher and shortstop from Trinity Episcopal; Seth Cutler-Voltz, a right-handed pitcher from Henrico; and Taylor Perkins, a pitcher and infielder from Dinwiddie.
Each week, the CT sports editors, Alex Dynan and a coin will pick the outcomes of this week’s college and NFL action. If you wish to participate, bring your picks to the Student Media Center (817. W. Broad St.) and leave them in the sports box by Friday at 5 p.
Until the Football Bowl Subdivision gets a playoff system, one of the most popular methods to burn time between a regular-season finale and a bowl game will continue to be whining about how you got gypped out of playing in “the big show.” This season is no different.
Men’s Basketball Thu., Nov. 29, @ Hampton, Hampton, 8 p.m. Sun., Dec. 2, vs. Maryland in BB&T Classic, Washington, D.C., 7:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Sat., Dec. 1, @ East Carolina, Greenville, N.C., 2 p.m. VCU sporting events are free to students with a valid student ID.
Pedro Taylor stood outside his Miami- Dade County home and spoke of the person who killed his son, Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor. “I think one day he’ll come to grips with himself and say, ‘You know what, it was senseless’ and he’ll turn himself in,” said Taylor’s father, the Florida City police chief.