The Georgetown Hoyas’ Men’s Basketball team named Basketball Hall of Fame center Patrick Ewing as the program’s next head coach
The mission of vengeance is finally complete. One year after the Tar Heels of UNC-Chapel Hill lost to a deep
It’s time. Gonzaga has been a mid-major powerhouse in men’s college basketball for over 30 years when Hall of Fame point
The NCAA will relocate all seven scheduled championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17 academic year. The decision was
While the risk of sustaining a concussion and the cost of ensuring player safety may affect football participation, it will
Shanice Clark, a senior at California University of Pennsylvania, was a star player on the school’s basketball team. In a
Despite showing up in the Kentucky Wildcats locker room after their Final Four win last weekend, hip-hop star Drake was
Kevin Ollie is the only black coach to lead a team to the 2014 NCAA Final Four after his Connecticut
Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart, 20, will miss the next three games of his college career for defending himself after a
On Nov. 12, the United Center in Chicago played host to the Champions Classic and college basketball fans were treated
In college sports, when players are not going to be part of a game, the decision is usually made by
Fox Sports columnist Jen Floyd Engel should be reprimanded for foolishly comparing college football star Johnny Manziel to Rosa Parks.
Delicia Hassan, a manager of digital ads for Turner Sports in Atlanta offers advice to recent college graduates. You manage
Louisville players celebrate their NCAA tournament win.
The Louisville Cardinals battled back from a 12-point first half deficit to defeat the Michigan Wolverines in the NCAA national
Trey McKinney Jones and other hot NCAA players.
Tubby Smith gave the University of Minnesota prominence after the school experienced years of lackluster play on the basketball court.
Derek Lamont Anderson was among a host of award recipients who were honored for “their achievements and for utilizing their reach and
Cyberspace felt the aftershocks from the quake that shook beneath Pennsylavania State University after the NCAA lowered the thunder on
Pennsylvania State University won’t get the dreaded death penalty as a result of the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal and ensuing