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The first time Ed O'Bannon went up against the NCAA he was an 18-year-old with some serious talent and even more serious aspirations to play basketball at UNLV.
Katey Stone has a ready answer when asked what it means to be the first woman to coach the U.S. Olympic women's hockey team.
Major colleges run their football teams just like those in the NFL, relying on players to generate millions of dollars in revenue, an economist testified Wednesday before a federal agency that will decide whether Northwestern football players may form the first union for college athletes in U.S. history.
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley always knew her fourth-ranked Gamecocks would compete with the very best teams in the country and the Southeastern Conference - just maybe not this year.
Former collegiate standout Steve Johnson upset No. 1 seed Tommy Haas 6-4, 2-6, 7-6 (2) in the first round of the Delray Beach Open on Wednesday night.
Long before SMU was pulling off upset victories at home before sellout crowds, Moody Madness had a much different meaning.
With the NCAA tournament just about a month away, teams are going to lean on their stars more than ever.
Kentucky's Julius Randle started his big night with a few dunks, then made a boatload of free throws and capped it off with a difficult finish in the lane to seal the victory.
With college basketball's regular season winding down, the bubble for the NCAA tournament has become pliable, teams moving in and out almost on a nightly basis.