4:08 PM EST, Mon February 08, 2016
NCAA Rumors & News
Birmingham News 3 hours ago
Newton turned the ball over three times and walked out in the middle of his post-game press conference
UW Dawg Pound 2 hours ago
Contract extensions for the assistant football coaches, and more! If you want to keep up-to-date with news concerning the football program all in one easy-to-digest format, feel free to follow Ryan on Twitter and to subscribe to his lists of UW's beat reporters, Washington athletes, Washington coaches, and Washington football prospects. To the Dots! Football Dots All of UW's current coaches have been rewarded with 2 year extensions, except Jonathan Smith who has been extended by 1 year. You've probably all heard about every Husky's favorite AD, Pat Haden, retiring from USC. Ted...
California Golden Blogs 5 hours ago
Go Bears! It was a great Super Bowl weekend! Never seen a better Super Bowl than Cal destroying Stanford. A few quotes from the postgame presser. More postgame quotes available here at CalBears.com. Cuonzo Martin "Good win. Two scrappy teams battling out there. I thought my staff did a great job battling and competing. They set a tone early and really executed. I thought we were a step slow early in the game. Give those guys credit for making plays. We thought it would really be a tough matchup with Rosco (Allen) and with Ivan guarding Rosco, Ivan's a traditional big guy and trying to...
From The Rumble Seat 10 hours ago
In which a couple of former Jackets bring home Super Bowl rings. Georgia Tech continued its all too familiar narrative over the weekend, losing a tightly contested game to the No. 17 Miami Hurricanes by a final score of 75-68 in Atlanta. The Jackets, now 12-11 on the year, have won just two conference games in ten tries. It's true that the schedule from here will get much easier than it has been, but the team has already proven that it struggles to play with the best. Some success down the stretch very well could get the Jackets into the postseason -- likely the NIT as opposed to the NCAA...
Plain Dealer 11 mins ago
The Buckeyes added a new tackle to the mix in the 2016 recruiting class, one who can play right away.
Behind The Ducks Beat | Oregonian 29 mins ago
Mahalak can play right away for the 2014 FCS runners up.
Oakland Tribune 30 mins ago
America can finally turn its attention to college basketball, and with March Madness approaching, the landscape is rather uneven.
The Ripsit Blog | USCTrojans.com 42 mins ago
Written by Sarah Bergstrom, USC blog contributorFive newcomers joined the USC men's water polo team last Thursday, and the newest members of the Trojan family are eager to contribute to head coach Jovan Vavic's storied program. Arriving at USC this...
Deseret Morning News 43 mins ago
A look at how the former BYU basketball players are performing on their teams around the globe.
Behind The Ducks Beat | Oregonian 54 mins ago
Mark Helfrich discusses his recruiting philosophy and talks about his policy on verbal commits visiting other schools.
Newark Star-Ledger 54 mins ago
Take a look inside for a breakdown of the offensive players Rutgers has added to the fold.
Husky Football Blog | Seattle Times 56 mins ago
With four weeks remaining in regular season, bracketologists project Huskies will snap a five-year NCAA tournament drought and make first appearance in Big Dance since 2011.
Arizona Republic 57 mins ago
ASU women's basketball drops one spot to No. 9 in AP top 25 coming off eventful 2-1 week
Grand Rapids Press 1 hour ago
Michigan State will see Swanigan for the only time this regular season on Tuesday night, when the Spartans travel to Purdue for a 7 p.m. tipoff.
Topeka Capital-Journal 1 hour ago
Villanova is No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the first time. The Wildcats (20-3) made the jump from third following then-No. 1 Oklahoma’s loss to Kansas State and then-No. 2 North Carolina’s losses to Louisville and Notre Dame. Villanova received 32 first-place votes Monday from the 65-member national media panel. Maryland, which received 13 No. 1 votes, moved up two spots to second. read more
NCAA Player News
What did LeBron James think of Cam Newton's press conference walkoff?
For Star Lotulelei, Super Bowl loss leaves him at a loss for words
Former Ducks quarterback Morgan Mahalak transfers to Towson of the FCS level
UA big men answer Anderson's call