Indiana’s Collin Hartman hasn’t appeared in a game this year after suffering a torn ACL in the offseason. Still he managed to make one heck of a highlight this weekend. The Hoosier senior took the opportunity of his senior night speech to propose to his girlfriend, an Indiana cheerleader. She said yes. Hartman’s night wasn’t the only one that was a success, as Indiana snapped a five-game losing streak with a win Saturday over Northwestern.
Baylor women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey was apologetic for her controversial comments this weekend in which she said of the school's critics to "knock them in the face." Following her 500th career victory, which saw Baylor down Texas Tech for its 27th win of the season to clinch the Big 12 title, Mulkey was handed a microphone to address the crowd in attendance. She showed frustration with the school's national blackeye that stemmed from the football program's sexual assault scandal, which cost ex-football coach Art Briles and many others their jobs. "If somebody around you and they say, 'I will never send my daughter to Baylor,' you knock them right in the face," Mulkey said to a crowd of
When Ole Miss suddenly began signing one four-star football player after another, SEC observers clucked their tongues. Alabama doesn't lose players to Ole Miss. It just doesn't. The Rebels are historically second-tier competitors in America's most powerful football conference. They need to know their place. And under coach Huge Freeze the Rebels were signing one blue-chip player after another? Hmmmm . . . we all know how this is possible. Unusual recruiting success invariably invites NCAA scrutiny, thanks to prodding from rival coaches. Investigators usually find something when they explore unusual recruiting success, given the vast scope of NCAA rules. One way or another, the NCAA usually puts