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Charlie Spoonhour, the popular, homespun coach who took Saint Louis to three NCAA tournaments behind a prolific offense, has died after battling a lung disease. He was 72.
Theresa McDermott is enjoying the ultimate season for a basketball wife and mom.
Rutgers was in contract discussions Monday with Florida International's Mario Cristobal to become the Scarlet Knights' football coach, a person familiar with the negotiations said.
Navy forward Worth Smith barely practiced entering Saturday's game against Bucknell, consigned to the sideline while wearing a walking boot to deal with a stress reaction in his right foot.
Now that Navy has signed on to join the Big East as a football-only member beginning in 2015, conference commissioner John Marinatto needs just one more school to fulfill his desire of 12 teams broken into East and West divisions.
Whenever Jimmy Patsos needs a reminder of where the Loyola basketball program was in the not-too-distant past, there is always a treasured set of cufflinks.
Quiet mourners lined the route of Joe Paterno's funeral procession Wednesday, watching with grief and reverence as the electric-blue hearse carrying the Penn State coach's casket slowly drove by.
There will never be another coaching career like Joe Paterno's.
In the mid-1960s, there was no such thing as a Northeastern power in college football.