Katy Perry was of course the celebrity guest picker on ESPN’s “College GameDay” Saturday, and while her day on the University of Mississippi campus was eventful (more on that later)
If a person wants to raise the ire of his or her Twitter followers — so long as a majority of one’s Twitter followers is not comprised by tween girls and creepy adults — a good way
Neil Fingleton has gone on from an injury-plagued college basketball career with the North Carolina Tar Heels and Holy Cross Crusaders to become something of a bit player in the acting world.
Kentucky Wildcats freshman guard James Young declared for the NBA Draft on April 17, meaning from that point on he because a highly coveted player for prospective agents and their respective agencies
UConn fans: Some of you better thank Kevin Ollie and Geno Auriemma and their players for your full bellies over the past few weeks.
A somber gathering surrounded “the Rock” on the Michigan State campus on Wednesday evening as Spartans head coach Tom Izzo, players, including Adrian Payne, and others, to mourn the passi
Lacey Holsworth, the inspirational and brave Michigan State Spartans superfan whose lengthy battle with neuroblastoma became a national news story after she was befriended by members of the Spartans
Further establishing himself as a campus legend in the making, Auburn Tigers new men’s head basketball coach Bruce Pearl made an appearance on Wednesday at a fraternity charity event, during wh
Yamma hamma, that’s way up there. People won’t even be able to see John Calipari arrogantly mugging from those seats.
Tom Izzo & I at the Grand Canyon on a cross-country roadtrip post college grad 1977 #TBT How’s that #MarchMadness! pic.twitter.
The Michigan State Spartans will take on the Virginia Cavaliers in its Sweet Sixteen game on Friday at Madison Square Garden.
The Louisville Cardinals are heading into a Sweet Sixteen showdown with bitter in-state rival Kentucky Wildcats on Friday.
It’s not at all uncommon for Bobby Knight to make controversial statements, sure to offend or at least provoke the ire of those who do not agree with him.
Just like he did last year as he worked courtside during last year’s NCAA Tournament, Craig Sager once again is rocking the “NCAA Bracket” tie as he patrols the hardwood.
Sure, the first real day of the NCAA Tournament saw a fair share of upsets, disappointments and letdowns.