Big Ten basketball came to the Big Apple on Thursday for media day and a look at Madison Square Garden, where the conference will hold its tournament in March.
Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullin are giving the Big East an old-time feel. The Hall of Famers, who helped put the conference on the basketball map in the mid-1980 as players, are trying to bring back the glory days to their alma mater as coaches.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is a smart guy, Deron Snyder says, which will lead to the end of this ineffective and pay-restricting structure.
Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino is suing Adidas and says the sportswear maker “outrageously conspired” to funnel money to the family of a Cardinal recruit without his knowledge.
Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson is taking a six-month sabbatical. Anderson made the announcement Monday in a statement on the school’s website , saying he will be on a “professional development sabbatical.”
Louisville’s Athletic Association has officially fired coach Rick Pitino nearly three weeks after the school acknowledged that its men’s basketball program is being investigated as part of a federal corruption probe.
All things considered, reaching the World Cup should’ve been the least of our concerns. Soccer has exploded in popularity in the U.S. We hadn’t failed to qualify since the 1986 cycle. The opponent on Tuesday, Trinidad & Tobago, had nothing to play for.
Coach Bronco Mendenhall had his players work in full pads every day during the bye week, and they got an early start on preparing for Saturday’s Atlantic Coast Conference opener against Duke.
An NCAA committee is developing a proposal that would eliminate a school’s ability to essentially block an athlete from transferring.
Max Bortenschlager, a drop-back passer operating in a read-option offense, delivered a near-flawless performance Saturday to carry the Terrapins to a 31-24 victory in their Big Ten opener.
LaVar Ball is pulling his 16-year-old son LaMelo out of his Southern California high school to be home schooled and so he can be made into “the best basketball player ever.”
Louisville’s interim president was authorized Monday to fire Rick Pitino because of a federal bribery investigation, a scandal that has shaken the university and brought down one of the most prominent coaches in college basketball.