FIU wants Isiah Thomas’ First Loss To Be Against Ohio State Not North Carolina

The college basketball season is months away but Florida International University is ahead of the game when it comes to softening the blow of their first loss. FIU was slated to face Ohio State in the opening round of the Coaches vs. Cancer tournament, but have now been thrusted into a matchup with defending champions, […]

Tim Floyd resigns from USC

According to, USC head basketball coach Tim Floyd resigned on Tuesday amidst accusations of a scandal involving former recruit and star player O.J. Mayo. Floyd allegedly gave Rodney Guillory, Mayo’s friend/agent, $1,000 for unknown reasons. Tim Floyd may be shady, but I have a problem with how the NCAA conducts it business. The ‘almighty’ […]

Here’s Some Surprising, But Not Surprising News, Tim Floyd Paid For OJ Mayo

Ok, I know this isn’t a shocker to any of you, but can we at least act like we’re surprised. Just for a little while, at least. Besides, we have details now. That makes it more interesting right? On Feb. 14, 2007, Johnson and Guillory packed up Guillory’s black Infiniti SUV and were preparing for […]

Your NFL Draft Weekend, Kentucky Style

While you were glued to the TV all weekend hoping that your favorite team picked some players that you had at least heard of, folks in Kentucky were out busy doing other things. (No, I’m not making this up. Just look at the photo that is posted. That’s why it’s there.) Now, I wouldn’t dare, […]

Stephen Curry is moving on up

After taking weeks to make a decision, Davidson junior guard Stephen Curry announced earlier today that he will enter into June’s NBA Draft. Curry also hired an agent. The sharp shooter averaged 28.6 points per game in the 2008-09 season and has increased his scoring average in each of his 3 seasons as a collegiate […]

Isiah Thomas accepts coaching job at FIU

NBA great and former Knicks coach/President Isiah Thomas was named head coach for Florida International University’s basketball program on Tuesday afternoon. Zeke’s tenure in New York was marked by controversy both on and off the court. He routinely had public disputes with his players and was accused of sexually harassing a female staffer in the […]

This Is Definitely Getting Out Of Hand: Greg Paulus To Play For Michigan?

Oh no, this isn’t a joke. I don’t know about you, but it took me all day yesterday to wrap my brain around the reasons that the Packers would be interested in Greg Paulus. Now, today I have to wake up to this: According to sources close to the situation, the former Duke point guard […]

If His Twitter Account Is Any Indication, Hasheem Thabeet Doesn’t Seem To Be Heading Back To UConn

If you take a look at our twitter account, you will notice that we haven’t really gotten into the whole following every athlete that is supposedly tweeting for themselves. So we’ll have to depend on a second hand account for this one. Apparently, Thabeet, who has yet to declare his intentions for next year, is […]

UConn women reach perfection, can you say 39-0?

For the sixth time in school history the women of UConn are national champs. They defeated the Louisville Cardinals 76-54 on Tuesday night in St. Louis. To say they were dominate would be an understatement. Not only did they win every game this season, but they defeated every opponent by double-digits. All-Americans Maya Moore and […]

At This Exact Moment, Michigan State Knew They Were Screwed

In every game, there is a defining moment where the tide turns. The moment where one team takes control of a game and never relinquishes it. For North Carolina, that moment didn’t happen last night. No, it happened before last night. The minute Tyler Hansbrough jogged past the Michigan State Spartans in a hallway, everything […]