Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald is encouraging his team to vote no on forming a union less than two weeks after the National Labor Relations Board said the players could bargain collectively and called for an election.
Should Duke’s Jabari Parker go pro? Should Kansas’ Joel Embiid? What about Kentucky’s Julius Randle, or any of the Wildcats’ other fab frosh?
One way or another, Shabazz Napier, Frank Kaminsky and Andrew Harrison will be difference makers.
Jabari Parker is ready-made for the NBA, so he needs to go to secure his future.
It’s best for all if Tim Beckman just has a realistic view of his program.
Central Arkansas and Arkansas-Little Rock aren’t happy with one another.
It’s no certainty that Parker is off to the pros.
Sampson was last seen in college leaving Indiana amid a cloud of controversy.
Members of a group trying to unionize college athletes sought out potential congressional allies Wednesday as they braced for an appeal of a ruling that said full scholarship athletes at Northwestern University are employees who have the right to form a union.
Illinois fell in the national semifinals to Michigan in 1989.
Steve Wojciechowski is the latest in a long line of Coach K assistants to get a head coaching job.
Everyone “got their money’s worth” in a classic between Kentucky and Michigan.
The Wildcats are off the the Final Four after their third straight double-digit comeback win.
Charles Barkley’s ability to pull thoughts from left field is absolutely priceless.
The Flyers will play Florida on Saturday with a berth in the Final Four at stake.
With the National Labor Relations Board’s regional director in Chicago deciding Northwestern University football players qualify as employees of the university comes the question of whether they’d have to pay taxes on their scholarships.
Illinois’ athletic department ranks in the lower one-third of the Big Ten in donor contributions.
CAPA was led by former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter.
Kentucky, Virginia and Michigan are peaking, and Florida’s as strong as ever.
Knight has again used an inappropriate remark.