The conference commissioners in charge of the Bowl Championship Series will meet for the fourth time this year, trying to sort out the future of the BCS.
The Madness is on! Find out what to expect — and which names to keep track of — throughout Friday’s action.
Three more overtimes, four Big East teams standing. And there’s plenty still to come at Madison Square Garden.
Let’s face it, if the three pointer by Indiana’s Christian Watford rimmed out at the buzzer on December 10th against Kentucky, we’d be talking about the possibility of the Wildcats going through the season undefeated.
In early December it looked like this Rutgers team would struggle to score 60 points. Now, a great deal of what the Scarlet Knights do on offense is regularly fluid and succinct.
A psychiatrist and a psychologist will examine former New York Jets safety Corwin Brown to determine his mental status as he faces charges of striking his wife and holding her hostage in their home, a judge said Wednesday.
Rick Stansbury doesn’t need a scouting report. All it takes is a few minutes of film to recognize just how tough it’s going to be for his Mississippi State team to beat Baylor on Wednesday night in Dallas.
The Big East is in danger of losing another school before replacing the three that already have bailed on the league.
The long-time Notre Dame coach will be the first one to tell you why he’s been able to make the Irish a perennial contender for the NCAA Tournament during his seven-year tenure in South Bend — veteran players.
We are entering what will be the best weekend of college football to this point, but unfortunately as is so often the case, the biggest storylines apply to what’s happening off the field rather than on it.
It appears the Big East stands a good chance to survive — for now.
Rarely do early-season showdowns actually live up to the hype, but there’s not a doubt in my mind that Florida State-Oklahoma will.
The college football season is back, and not a second too soon. This year’s race to the BCS title is wide open. I know that’s one of those overused clichés, but this year it rings truer than ever.
Chris Stewart spent his last season at Notre Dame studying constantly. Law textbooks and football playbooks. Legal defenses and defensive formations.
The second week of the NCAA tournament will be sprinkled with the typical blend of favorites and underdogs, the familiar and the obscure, with a notable lack of Big East flavor in that mix.