Georgia golf coach Chris Haack has a hard time convincing people that the only major winner the Bulldogs have ever produced wasn’t good enough to play his senior season.
The government is duplicating some efforts to boost wind energy and sometimes fails to assess whether billions of dollars in grants and loans are really needed, the Government Accountability Office reported Thursday.
Baylor is six wins from a second straight national championship. But, it's hardly a foregone conclusion this year that the Lady Bears will repeat.
If that NCAA women's tournament bracket looks familiar, it should.
Frustrated Southeastern Conference coaches think their league is treated more like a mid-major rather than a BCS conference.
Brittney Griner and Baylor's path to a second straight national championship will have a familiar feel.
Good luck filling out those brackets. The No. 1 seeds are set for the NCAA tournament, but very little has gone as expected in this college basketball season.
Today's reigning king of corporate greed is Heinz CEO William Johnson, who stands to reap a staggering $212.7 million payout if he leaves the company when it is taken private by multibillionaire Warren Buffett ("Heinz deal under FBI, SEC fire for insider trading suspicions," Web, Feb. 20). I have always supported the capitalist, free-enterprise system, which enables individuals to parlay their skills into great deals of wealth. The Johnson package, however, like so many others in this era of unrestrained money-grabbing, goes beyond reason. It is legal, but not ethical or honorable.