As March Madness closes in, let’s take a look back at the best (and worst) the 2013-14 regular season of college hoops had to offer.
For the past nearly 26 years, Iowa State has suffered a defeat every time it has visited Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
But on Monday night, the 16th-ranked Cyclones, led by standout guard DeAndre Kane (who was a rebound and an assist away from a triple-double), were finally able to topple the No. 19 Oklahoma State Cowboys, snapping their 18-game losing streak in Stillwater.
When Bill O’Brien agreed to become Penn State’s head football coach in January of 2012, he knew the NCAA was about to bring the hammer down on the Nittany Lions.
But it’s doubtful that O’Brien – or anyone for that matter – could have anticipated the severity of the sanctions the NCAA would place on the football program in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Last Thursday, Tom Watson was officially introduced as the captain of the 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup team. While the rumors in the days preceding the announcement had said that Watson was going to be tapped to captain the team, it still came as at least a little bit of a surprise for me, because I figured it was too good to be true.
Complete College Football Bowl Game Predictions:
From the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl to the BCS Title Game
Interview with Butler Assistant Coach Michael Lewis:
Brad Stevens and Butler Are Ready For The Atlantic 10
There are few NCAA basketball coaches, if any, that have a brighter career ahead of them than Brad Stevens, the head coach of the Butler Bulldogs. Zach interviewed one of Stevens’ current assistants, former IU guard Michael Lewis, about what makes Stevens special and what the transition to the Atlantic 10 will be like.