It’s that time again, when undersized, angry fraternity brothers from the East Coast are up in arms about how the selection committee did them no favors whatsoever for the upcoming lacrosse tournament.
The networks scheduled to air the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament--CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV--enacted their contingency plan this week to ensure their advertisers remain happy in lieu of the tournament being canceled.
When the Ohio State Buckeyes meet the Miami Hurricanes on Sept. 17 there will be much more at stake than just a football game. In an out-of-character move, the NCAA announced the winner of this match-up of corrupt programs will be awarded immunity from any pending sanctions for off-field impropriety. The loser will become the first school since SMU in 1987 to receive the “death penalty.”
Rutgers football coach Greg Schiano made a bold prediction today.
NCAA President Mark Emmert handed his organization the feared "death penalty" Monday morning, forcing itself to shut down all operations for four years in light of the Jerry Sandusky Penn State scandal.
Iona College made a deal with the devil this weekend, hiring Rick Pitino as its new head men’s basketball coach. As a result, the school had been put on probation by the NCAA through 2030.