A Ring For Each Finger: Duke's Coach K Wins 5th TitleNothing much changes for Duke except the star players Mike Krzyzewski recruits. It's a program of consistency. It's a program that has become the model for others.
Keidel: Is Coach K Closing In On Wooden As The Greatest Of All Time?Even if you don't consider Coach K the equal of Coach Wooden -- or even close -- there's no shame in coming in second place. At least in this case.
A-Rod Goes Social, Gives Fans Behind-The-Scenes Look On FacebookYankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is locked in -- er, make that logged on.
Coughlin Keeping Giants Prepared During Bye WeekTom Coughlin has kept his Giants prepared in whatever way possible. He's been inspired by Vince Lombardi and John Wooden. Coughlin has even turned to the wisdom of Steve Jobs.
On WFAN: Bill Walton Talks NCAA Tournament, John WoodenNBA all-timer Bill Walton joined Boomer & Carton on Wednesday to look back on all aspects -- from college to the pros -- of his Hall of Fame career.
UConn's Win Streak Ends At 90 In Loss To StanfordTop-ranked Connecticut's record 90-game winning streak is over. The Huskies never led and were beaten by No. 9 Stanford 71-59 on Thursday night, ending a remarkable run that drew national attention.
Steinbrenner Among Notable Losses In Sports The YearHe filled a room with loud talk and big money, making promises of players to come, games to be won and the titles that must follow. He was the principal owner of the New York Yankees, but commander was really more like it.
Liguori: Foot Fetish FrenzyThis foot fetish frenzy is so over the top strange that the conspiracy theorists have to ask, what are the Jets trying to hide?
Steinbrenner Among 2010's Biggest Losses In SportsGeorge Steinbrenner, "The Boss," died in 2010, having transformed professional baseball in a distinct but enduring way.
UConn Sets National Mark With 89th Straight WinMen's teams. Women's teams. No. 89 belongs to UConn. It beats them all.
Can UConn Women Top UCLA's Historic Streak?Coach Geno Auriemma and his players — just Huskies, never the Lady Huskies — have been so dominant that some in the sports world have even suggested their overwhelming success is no good for the game.