On Thursday, March 22, Andy commandeered a diverse group of middle-aged men, loaded us onto a Citation X jet and took us to Boston for weekend of NCAA basketball.
Wa-hoo, the Virginia men's basketball team made the NCAA Tournament and Friday will play Florida. Yet even if they pass the Gators, a new study shows our players will face a tougher opponent in May.
Kremer projects Midwestern values of focusing on the team instead of the individual. He beats a cupcake team by fifty points, but praises the opponent's "hustle" or "fighting spirit." I've tried to get him to trash talk, but Carl is not going to let that happen.
The NCAA rules, written by schools claiming to protect the best interests of student-athletes, allow coaches to move about at will, but student-athletes need permission to do so.
Celts for Blue Cure won't be just another cancer awareness event. It will bring a message for action aimed directly at students. That message? Diet and lifestyle can help you avoid getting prostate cancer.
As I wrote many times since, I did not write that headline. It was like waving a red flag in the face of the Redskin football fanatics. Since then whenever I have to use the Redskin word I always refer to it as the "R-Word." And why should it not carry the same inference as the "N-Word"?
Research provides evidence that for both athlete and fan, prayer may serve to help them cope with the pressures of sports, and help them keep in perspective that, in the end, it is just a game.
If entrepreneurial education is important to America's economy and global competitiveness, and good for its students, why don't we recruit entrepreneurs for our colleges the way we do athletes?
NetScouts Basketball has selected Purdue guard Brittany Rayburn as its Women's National Player of the Week for games ending the week of Sunday, Jan. 15.
NetScouts Basketball has selected Delaware forward Elena Delle Donne as its Women's National Player of the Week for games ending the week of Sunday, J...
I knew baseball and that's what mattered. They treated me, as I did them, as if we were working as a team, regardless of our differences.
The number one issue is not sexual abuse, as important as that issue is. The greatest missed opportunity, the elephant in the room, is the need to question the purpose of the university and university athletics.
We should smash the corrupting influence of athletics in our high schools, colleges and universities. Like students in the rest of the world, Americans should go to school for no other purpose than to learn.
Instead of caring whether a coach will stay (because he won't), kids and parents need to be asking questions more in line with the culture of today.
Despite having an empire that itself is devoid of independent scrutiny or oversight, the NCAA has failed to come up with any real modern solution.
Is there any other penalty for the NCAA to enforce against the Penn State football program but the so-called death penalty?