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San Diego State jumps Cincinnati from opening kickoff

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San Diego State didn’t wait very long to establish how the Hawaii Bowl was going to go. Rashaad Penny went 100 yards with the opening kickoff and the Aztecs never looked back in a 42-7 victory over Cincinnati. San Diego State had a 42-0 lead before the Bearcats  finally scored. The Aztecs lost three games in a row early in the season, but they haven’t lost since on their way to an 11-3 record under coach Rocky Long. Donnel Pomphrey…

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NCAA hoping new travel policy will help avoid problems

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The NCAA is hoping a new travel policy takes the air out of tournament complaints. One year after dealing with late-night problems, angry coaches and surprised families, most teams in this year’s men’s tourney will be required to stay overnight after their games. Previously, most losing teams flew home the same night, which sometimes led to red-eye flights. Under the new guidelines, any team with a flight and a starting time after 3 p.m. locally must stay in town. Any…

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