When Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick first returned to the university in that job, the former Thundering Herd linebacker asked where student-athletes went for tutoring, computer labs and academic advising. He didn't like what he saw.
Wayne Selden finished with 19 points and eight rebounds, and senior forward Perry Ellis added 17 points and six rebounds as the Kansas Jayhawks beat Turkey 66-57 in the opener of the World University Games in South Korea.
William & Mary women's soccer coach John Daly laughs when asked if he sees any similarities in his coaching style and that of Jill Ellis, who is one victory from leading the United States to the Women's World Cup title.
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The discussion materialized in the weeks after the season, the aftershocks still fresh after another early-round loss in the NCAA Tournament. Bill Self and his staff hunkered down for the usual postseason excavation, sifting deep into the Jayhawks' roster makeup and the root causes of a sluggish offense.
Kansas coach Bill Self plans to play two smaller guards with point-guard skills, which he hopes will make the Jayhawks’ offense more dangerous and creative … and Wayne Selden would be free to be himself on the wing.
A recent Instagram photo linking the University of Michigan's football team to a pet wallaby infuriated a prominent animal rights group, which says it tried to track down the exotic animal so it could be cared for properly at the Detroit Zoo.
The parents of a current University of Illinois women's basketball player and an incoming recruit said Thursday that they don't believe the allegations made by seven former players in a lawsuit this week accusing coaches of creating racial hostility.
The Los Angeles County district attorney's office declined Thursday to file felony charges against Sean "Diddy" Combs for a confrontation last month at the University of California, Los Angeles, where his son plays football.
Antonio Gates' squeaky-clean image took a big hit Thursday when the San Diego Chargers' star tight end was suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2015 season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.