April 7, 2009
If more players stayed in school instead of jumping to the NBA, there would be more mature teams like UNC playing NCAA basketball.
by Denise Stewart onApril 3, 2009
Michigan State could be the next NCAA champ. But why are less than half of its basketball players graduating?
March 30, 2009
The numbers says that the Tar Heels and the Huskies are the two best teams in the country, and if they play for the championship, I may have to shut up about the “decline of the college game.”
March 23, 2009
Playing it safe worked well for President Obama. The hoops fan in chief picked 14 of 16 of the remaining NCAA teams. But with so much predictability, what’s left of the madness in the men’s college basketball tournament?
March 19, 2009
We didn’t think so. The women’s tournament is easily the third-best collegiate sporting event, surpassed only by football and men’s hoops. So what's the problem?
March 17, 2009
Don't screw up your NCAA pool with crazy long-shot picks. Here are a few tips to help you build a better bracket.
January 7, 2009
The best days of the college game are gone, and they are not coming back.
January 6, 2009
It's one slight after another for the Rutgers women, and we're not even talking about Imus.
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His Morehouse gradation speech reignited the debate over his posture toward blacks.
The "no shame in my game" judge gets put on trial for misconduct.
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