Showing 1 - 10 of 16 Stories for Larry Keith
"Check this," as Marquette Guard Butch Lee (above) likes to say. Lee takes an outlet pass from big Jerome Whitehead, speeds upcourt and hits ...
The most predictable and least revealing assessment of any baseball season is the one that says the champion of last fall is the team to beat ...
Homebodies rule in D.C.
Good high school players traditionally flee the nation's capital, but Georgetown's John Thompson has built a winner with District talent
OFF ON A RAMPAGE
Led by the mighty Bull and a herd of stampeding teammates, Philadelphia has roared to the majors' best record.
THREE APPLICATIONS FOR ONE VACANCY
Old champ Indiana has been evicted, but Michigan, Minnesota and Purdue are elbowing each other to occupy the Big Ten penthouse.
A season of Astronomical improvement
NEW BLOOD, OLD BASICS HAVE GIVEN HOUSTON 14 MORE WINS THAN IN '75
IT'S NORMAL IN NORMAN, OKLAHOMA O.K.
If the Big Ten showdown in Ann Arbor was notable for its departure from tradition, the Big Eight climax down in Norman was equally remarkable ...
ONE PASSES AND THE OTHER DUNKS
In the tradition of famous sporting combinationsâ€”Tinker to Evers, Unitas to Berry and Beliveau to Geoffrionâ€”Michigan State now offers ...
FRESH RAPIDS ON THE OLD RARITAN
For most of its 210 years Rutgers has been outside the mainstream of sport but the current Knights are unbeaten and rising—fast.