For a few minutes on Saturday evening, it looked as if Tennessee might not make it to the SEC title game. They blew a 17-point lead over Kentucky late in the game and had to block a field goal just keep their hopes alive. But under the leadership of quarterback
The Arkansas fans are going to be disappointed but the Dean's List
The Dean's List is so happy college basketball season has finally arrived that we're introducing a new feature, the
How's this for a sweet deal? You get hired to coach a college football team. In your first year you struggle, going 4-8 and barely beating your in-state rival, which is nationally renowned for being one of the worst teams in D-I. At the end of this disappointing season, your school suddenly announces that you will receive a $291,000 raise. So goes the life of North Carolina football coach
Some guys just can't catch a break.
If you're looking for an indicator of the current state of college basketball, look no further than the news conference held last week by the two newest recruits to the University of Southern California. At a posh hotel near Beverly Hills, hip-hop artist
In football, there's a fine line between making an incredible play and doing something so stupid that you not only hurt your team, but you make the national headlines as well. Case in point, Weber State linebacker
It's been a tough fall in South Bend. Seems like every sportswriter in the country has written a front-page article on the demise of the Fighting Irish football team. But now it's a lesser-known Notre Dame sport that's grabbing the media's attention. Notre Dame's 11th-ranked women's soccer team knocked off fourth-ranked North Carolina with a 3-2 victory this weekend to advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. The Fighting Irish scored back-to-back goals 14-seconds apart to hand UNC only its seventh tournament loss in history. To put that in perspective, the Tar Heels are now 94-7-1 in NCAA play and Notre Dame can take credit for one of those losses.
Here's a question for all the fathers and college basketball fans out there: Who's still letting their son play for
It's safe to say that Texas Tech football coach
In one of his last acts as football coach at Ole Miss,
Coaching basketball isn't easy. My friend Doug tried to do it on the junior varsity level and got booed out of his old high school gym. Now imagine coaching basketball while pregnant. I'm no expert, but I've got to assume that's even harder. Maryland women's basketball coach