There are ridiculous pitching deliveries, then there’s this one from Murray State’s sophomore starter John Lollar. Check out that leg kick, my lord. I’m not really sure if those mechanics are ideal for the groin but, hey, it certainly provides for some interesting photo opportunities.
Jim Harbaugh is apparently a huge Judge Judy fan, as we learned a couple years ago when he attended a taping while still the coach of the 49ers.
ESPN’s latest ’30 For 30′ production, titled “I Hate Christian Laettner,” will surround the former Duke star who hit one of the most infamous shots in the history of college basketball. The documentary seeks to explore the full story behind the polarizing persona of Laettner, who was (and, in some cases, still is) despised by
The Kentucky Wildcats are good and everyone knows it. But the Wildcats are starting to get into some rather rarified territory, as they continue to win and leave teams near them in the standings in the dust. Kentucky has now won 27 straight games, and are just four games from getting through the regular season
Northern Illinois’ Pete Rakocevic had a fairly large dunk on Saturday night and the force took down an entire hoop. During the process of the hoop collapsing Central Michigan forward John Simons somehow escaped serious injury with a quick reaction.
Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell is a 6’8″, 240-pound powerful man with a reputation for throwing basketballs into the face of humans.
Never has a special edition of charcoal packaging generated so much intrigue, but Kingsford Charcoal has managed to do just that.
Kevin Stallings made a huge mistake on Thursday night. The longtime Vanderbilt head coach had just seen his team pick up a nice road win at Tennessee but was furious about something.
Michigan State hosted Minnesota on Thursday night in a huge late-season conference game for the Spartans, one they could not afford to drop two weeks before Selection Sunday.
Henry Walker returned the NBA on Monday night as a member of the Miami Heat but many fans scratched their head wondering who Henry Walker was.
Bill Walton established a pretty eccentric reputation during his playing days but the former UCLA star is taking things to a whole new level with his broadcasting career.
Jay Bilas was a beast in high school. The ESPN college basketball analyst was a double-double machine and became one the nation’s most sought-after recruits as a senior at Rolling Hills High School in California.