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Allen Iverson is one of the best players the NBA ever saw, and probably the best guard ever to wear a Georgetown Hoya uniform.
Like most other college campuses, the University of California at Berkeley has all the ingredients for a pitched battle over the school's financial ties to the fossil-fuel industry.
The Hoyas can salvage their Puerto Rico trip and gain revenge with a win over No. 10 VCU on Sunday
Downed by Northeastern's zone on Thursday, Georgetown's offense sliced up Kansas State's man defense for a 90-63 win on Friday at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off
Floyd Mayweather has issued a full apology to Oscar De La Hoya for posting a photo to his Instagram account mocking the fellow boxer for entering rehab, TMZ first reported.
Oscar De La Hoya has admitted publicly why he won't be ringside during the Mayweather vs. Canelo fight this weekend — he's heading to rehab again.
I had written, if I say so myself, a wonderful obituary in June. I got all kinds of kudos from people about how I had written about the heartfelt end of a 36-year newspaper career. "I'm not a newspaper man anymore," I wrote. Well, never mind.
Georgetown lost out on big-time recruit Nerlens Noel. Its leading scorer, Jason Clark, graduated. Another gifted contributor, Hollis Thompson, departed a year early to pursue professional basketball. And somehow Georgetown improved.
Emanuel Steward, earnest yet easygoing, proved rough and tough wasn't the only way to win in boxing.