Let me say this: I like Cuonzo Martin’s team in Tennessee. But they won’t make the NCAA Tournament.
Love ’em or hate ’em, it’s hard to turn away from Notre Dame and Alabama.
With Alabama losing Saturday, the complexion of the BCS has turned completely upside down.
This weekend the road to the BCS continues, and the top teams cannot let off the throttle.
Notre Dame are ready to write a new chapter in their illustrious history.
Last week boasted one of the most entertaining college-football Saturdays in recent memory. It would be almost impossible to duplicate, but nevertheless Week 7 will be just as action-packed.
Notre Dame has become the perennial overachiever in college basketball. Year after year, the Irish are picked low in preseason polls and somehow manage to regularly exceed expectations.
Led by quarterback Everett Golson and a stingy defense, the Irish should be able to hold off a talented Michigan team and stop the Wolverines’ streak at three.
College football made its return to Yankee Stadium in 2010. Now it seems the Bombers’ chief AL East rivals will have their own gridiron renaissance.
It will be quite the scene in East Lansing on Saturday night as the Spartans take on the Irish in what is an enormous test for both teams.
The ACC and Notre Dame said Wednesday that the school will play five football games annually against the league’s programs, while Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said in a statement that the Irish will also have access to the ACC’s non-BCS bowl tie-ins.
Phil Martelli and his St. Joseph’s Hawks are looking to return to the NCAA tournament in
Just how good is Louisville? Well, this has the potential to be Rick Pitino’s best team since he stepped back into the Commonwealth 11 years ago.
A major college football playoff, albeit a small one, is closer than ever to becoming a reality.
Ten glue guys to watch next season in college basketball in no particular order.