John Groce suspended Darius Paul for an entire season, which was a proper move.
Rutgers just can’t get out of its own way.
If you add schools out East, you need to embrace the region. And the Big Ten has already.
In the money-driven culture of collegiate athletics, the Chicago market and continued gridiron success make NIU appealing.
Wisconsin has a most favorable 2014 conference schedule.
The frosty relationship will continue until Sammy Sosa tells the truth.
It appears that the Cubs may have figured out a solution to their lack of a closer: Just never lead again.
By Dave Wischnowsky – (CBS) These days in college sports, it almost seems as if the game of fashion is more important than the actual games themselves. And when it comes to recruiting, it actually […]
There’s a growing sentiment that the Olympics are coming back to America in 2024.
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?
It’s best for all if Tim Beckman just has a realistic view of his program.
Northwestern is embarking on a $3.75-billion fundraising campaign, but Welsh-Ryan Arena will remain an eyesore.
Had John Groce gone to his bench earlier in the season, the Illini might be in the NCAA Tournament.
Illinois has a lot to prove next year after a strong finish to this season.
A new-look starting five has paid dividends for Illinois, which is in dire need of at least one more win.
Taaxpayers should be worried because it’s a long shot that DePaul comes close to filling any arena.
If Javier Baez has a higher defensive ceiling than Starlin Castro, then the latter needs to look at moving positions.
Adding more seats would benefit Bears fans and allow for more revenue from non-football events.
There’s NCAA Tournament hope in Champaign, and that couldn’t have been whispered two weeks ago.
A federal holiday to sit out in the freezing cold doesn’t sound pleasant.