Condoleezza Rice and her fellow members of the Commission on College Basketball stood on stage in Indianapolis Wednesday morning and announced to the world their plan to fix college basketball—aside from a few bright spots, it was a largely disappointing, half-hearted attempt at pushing back the inevitable decay of…
A new report states that just one out of every four athletic directors are in favor of giving athletes the ability to make money off their name based off their athletic abilities.
Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts is 26-2 as a starter, the reigning MVP of the Sugar Bowl, and the 2016 SEC Offensive Player of the Year. And according to his dad, he’ll be the “biggest free agent in college football history” if he’s not starting come this August.
Former Michigan linebacker Elysee Mbem-Bosse took “full responsibility” for a series of tweets he posted last week, in which he tagged Jim Harbaugh after posting about Michigan being open carry and someone being a “fucking [clown emoji].”
Former Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson penned a nine-page letter in which he claimed the Rebels coaching staff routinely lied to him to keep him on campus, according to CBS Sports, which reviewed a copy of the letter.
College basketball legend and Notre Dame rising senior Arike Ogunbowale is set to appear on the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars beginning in just under two weeks. But because Ogunbowale still plays for Notre Dame and is thus considered an NCAA athlete even on summer break, there are at least a dozen…
We’re just over a week out from Avengers: Infinity War, and folks, I’m a wreck.
According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel, Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois spent the last two months under surveillance by the Tallahassee police department because someone convinced them that he was selling weed.
Last night, former Michigan linebacker Elysee Mbem-Bosse sent a series of semi-threatening tweets, including one in which he tagged Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh. The tweets have since been deleted; thanks to the quick-thinking folks over at Reddit CFB, you can view screenshots of the tweets below:
According to Al.com, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey advised Alabama head coach Nick Saban to nix plans he had to hire former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze as a co-offensive coordinator.
Washington State head football coach Mike Leach met with reporters Tuesday to answer the boring offseason questions coaches are supposed to answer, like how the incoming freshman class is progressing, who looked good in spring workouts, and how to properly track a raccoon through suburbia. You know, all the areas of…
Last Thursday, Brandeis University fired head basketball coach Brian Meehan, citing a series of discrimination complaints from players. The firing was announced just days after Deadspin contacted Brandeis for comment on a number of specific allegations made against Meehan by a group of former players.
A day after Brandeis fired men’s basketball head coach Brian Meehan in an attempt to beat us to the punch, the university placed athletic director Lynne Dempsey on leave and announced the hiring a pair of attorneys to conduct an internal review.
Brandeis men’s basketball head coach Brian Meehan joined the program in September 2003; since then, he’s taken the program to the Division III Final Four and become the winningest coach in program history. The Judges’ on-court output has slipped over the past five years, due in part to the team’s inability to recruit…
Brad Augustine was described and profiled by Yahoo! Sports as “the most dangerous man in college basketball” just six months ago; now, that dangerous man is skating on any punishment for his alleged crimes.
Rick Pitino’s been out of the coaching game not even a full year, but that itch is already starting to come back. Whether anybody’s willing to scratch it is another question entirely.
Donte DiVincenzo was not a sophomore bench player on Monday night. He was when the game started, but by the final horn he was the man who had saved a national championship for Villanova.
I get it, I do: You’re a fan of basketball, and this weekend has given you not one but two Final Fours watch. A choice appears. In one corner, an 11-seed underdog that might just do the dang thing and three high seeds that survived historically weird brackets; in the other, four No. 1 seeds, led by the same No. 1 seed…
On Sunday, Duke lost to No. 1 seed Kansas. Depending on your loyalties—more precisely, depending on if you’re one of the North Carolinians that overpaid for your undergraduate education or one of the Northeastern private schoolers that couldn’t make the cut at Yale—you took this one of two ways.
Loyola-Chicago punched its ticket to the Final Four on Saturday by handing out its first decisive ass-kicking of the tournament after all those heart-stopping wins. If you saw them thrash Kansas State, 78-62—or if you’d seen them eke out one win after another en route to the Elite Eight—you know the Ramblers are for…