NCAA News: Butler end Villanova’s 20-game winning streak

By Mizgan | Jan 06, 2017 08:18 AM EST

Villanova v Butler

Villanova loses for the first time after 20 games, first time this season. Its been 298 days since last they tasted a sour defeat. Read More »

University of Tennessee Football Team Involved in Sexual Assault Lawsuit

By Devon Newport | Feb 10, 2016 10:00 PM EST

Outback Bowl - Northwestern v Tennessee

On Tuesday, a lawsuit was filed against the University of Tennessee. The suit was filed by six women who claimed that the university "enabled an environment of bad behavior and used a disciplinary system that favored the (football) players." A number of the University's current and former players were named in the suit, including one former basketball player, three former football players, and one current football player. Read More »

Duquesne Basketball Team Gets Bus Stuck on Pennsylvania Turnpike, Digs Their Way Out

By Devon Newport | Jan 24, 2016 05:34 PM EST

Duquesne v Butler

There's a big snow storm on the east coast that's put a wrench in a few plans – like the Duquesne men's basketball team, who were supposed to be coming back from Fairfax, Va. to Pittsburgh (where Duquesne is located) on Friday night. Of course, then mother nature happened, and the team got stuck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Read More »

Clemson Scored a Touchdown That Cost People Millions of Dollars

By Devon Newport | Jan 13, 2016 03:50 PM EST

CFP National Championship - Alabama v Clemson

On Monday night Alabama defeated Clemson in the College Football National Championship. It was an exciting game; a great game, even, with plenty of scoring and plenty of drama. But perhaps the most dramatic act of the night came on a rather anticlimactic play, when Clemson scored a meaningless touchdown with 12-seconds remaining. The score had no effect on the outcome of the game, but it did cost some people millions of dollars. Read More »

Alabama Gets More Practice Time Than Clemson--Queue the Conspiracy Theory

By Devon Newport | Jan 07, 2016 03:30 PM EST

Goodyear Cotton Bowl - Alabama v Michigan State

Alabama will have one decided advantage over Clemson heading in to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Jan. 11: they get more time to practice. It's not their fault, though (we'll explore more of that later), it's just how it worked out. Read More »

Stanford Football Star Enjoys a Record-Setting Day at the Rose Bowl

By Devon Newport | Jan 03, 2016 03:35 PM EST

The 102nd Rose Bowl Game - Iowa v Stanford

There are good days, and then there's what Christian McCaffrey did in Stanford's Rose Bowl win over Iowa. The Heisman Trophy runner-up recorded a Rose Bowl record for all-purpose yards, leading the No. 6 Stanford Cardinals to a 45-16 victory over the one-loss Hawkeyes on Friday. Read More »

Alabama Crimson Tide Strength Coach, Scott Cochran, Gets New Contract for $600,000

By Devon Newport | Jan 01, 2016 09:20 AM EST

SEC Championship - Alabama v Florida

It pays to be a part of college football (that is unless you're a player, of course). Take University of Alabama strength coach, Scott Cochran, for example. The upbeat 36-year-old will reportedly be paid more than $600,000 in 2016, after turning down an offer from Georgia to stay in Tuscaloosa. Not bad for a guy who puts Icy Hot on his body to motivate the players. Read More »

NCAA Schools Chill on Marijuana Penalties

By Devon Newport | Dec 30, 2015 10:30 PM EST

Notre Dame v Connecticut

NCAA schools are taking a more relaxed approach when it comes to enforcing penalties for students' use of marijuana. According to an investigation by the Associated Press, at least one-third of the Power Five conference schools (Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12, ACC, SEC) are not punishing athletes as toughly as they used to for positive marijuana tests, and other so-called recreational drugs. Read More »

One Handed Florida Gators Basketball Player, Zach Hodskins, Scores First Collegiate Basket

By Devon Newport | Dec 23, 2015 07:53 PM EST

Florida v Michigan State

Sports can do some really cool things. They give people joy, passion and hope. It brings people together from all walks of life. And, every once in a while, it can even be a source of inspiration. Which is exactly what Zach Hodskins is in college basketball. The University of Florida Men's Basketball (Gators) walk-on was born without a hand on his left arm. However, he didn't let that stop him from becoming a really good basketball player. On Tuesday night, Hodskins recorded his first collegiate bucket during the Gators' 89-65 victory over Jacksonville. Read More »

Winning a Basketball Game Takes a Total Team Effort--Unless you Have Four Players

By Devon Newport | Dec 22, 2015 04:50 PM EST

Basketballs Before A Game

Winning a basketball game takes a team effort--all five players working cohesively and efficiently toward the same goal. That is, unless you have four players on the court. Then it's 'OMG, everybody panic!' Which is the unlikely, yet entertaining, scenario that played out when UC San Diego beat rival Cal State San Marcos 69-65, despite finishing the game with just four players on the court. Read More »

A Parents Greatest Dream Come True

By Devon Newport | Dec 11, 2015 03:30 PM EST

Notre Dame v Connecticut

Winning a national championship in a team sport is tough. It takes a combination of skill, team chemistry, and even a little bit of good fortune. Having two family members win a national championship? Almost never happens. Having two family members win national championships within 30 miles of each other allowing the parents to attend both games? You're more likely to encounter someone who doesn't like cake (and who doesn't love cake?). And yet, this is exactly what happened when the Klunder sisters, Katie and Sarah, took to the soccer field this past week in Florida. Their parents were pleased. Read More »

UCLA Coaches May Drop Charges Against Diddy

By Joseph Randazzo | Jun 25, 2015 09:28 AM EDT

P Diddy

This week P Diddy used a kettlebell the wrong way. When the rap mogul found out a UCLA coach was riding his son, Diddy got in the guys face and the situation escalated to a point where a kettlebell was used as a weapon. After the incident Diddy was arrested and faced some serious felony assault charges. Read More »

Syracuse University Self-Imposes Postseason Ban! [WATCH]

By Jorge Solis | Feb 05, 2015 04:00 PM EST

Syracuse University

Due to an ongoing NCAA investigation, Syracuse University has self-imposed on itself a postseason ban. In response to potential past infractions, which include possible violations connected to the SU's sports programs, the men's basketball team will not be participating in any post-season play. Read More »

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