Eight years down the road when Jaden Smith is dancing around the sidelines as Shaka Smart, we will remember this historic athletic achievement.
Does college basketball matter? Well it depends to which college basketball they are referring.
Coach Smart lived up to his last name this past weekend when he looked past the detractors and focused on his goal.
All year we've heard about how brutally tough the Big East is. A paltry two teams remain. Why does a conference with so many highly touted teams flame out when it matters most?
Jim Tressel chose his path. When he took the Ohio State job in 2001, he made the conscious decision to thrust himself into a world where doing what's right is the actions of fools.
I don't deny Obama his right to golf, pick NCAA winners and focus his weekend radio address on gender inequality, but his detachment seems misplaced in light of the triple tragedy in Japan.
Despite the fact very few student athletes ever have the opportunity to turn professional, the overwhelming time commitment leaves them with no way of generating any income. Here is a reasonable solution.
In the age of instant replay from multiple angles slowed down to hundredths of a second, is it even fair to expect human beings to continue to rely on their own eyes only to have the rest of us immediately see their mistakes?
CU men's basketball has moved one step closer to the Big Dance.
With the changing economy and the rise in tuition, more student athletes say they believe they should get paid to play sports in college. However, NCAA President Mark Emmert said no way!
If you are a parent of a high school student athlete who has aspirations to play in college, you may want to pay attention to what's going on at the U...
Arsalan Kazemi and Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir have shown stunning maturity and perseverance. Even more stunning is the fact that the U.S. Basketball Writers Association has chosen to recognize them for their courage.
Going into this past weekend, two Ohio basketball teams were streaking. We wanted to know which streak was more improbable: the Buckeyes' extended winning or the Cavaliers' stretch of futility.
It was last March when I wondered if "going rogue" meant going off the deep end. This was when Palin strayed from the realm of politics and directed a particularly toxic stream of consciousness into the world of sports.
Collegiate athletes lay it on the line for the name on the front of the jersey rather than the one on the back. Perhaps the time has come for the athletes to worry more about themselves.