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NCAA Basketball Tournament - Alabama v Creighton

GREENSBORO, NC - MARCH 16: Grant Gibbs #10 of the Creighton Bluejays drives to the hoop against JaMychal Green #1 and Trevor Releford #12 of the Alabama Crimson Tide during the second round of the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Greensboro Coliseum on March 16, 2012 in Greensboro, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

2012 NCAA Tournament

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  • Texas Woman's University volleyball coach quits after 8 players hospitalized

    The volleyball coach at Texas Woman's University has stepped down in the wake of news that eight of her players had to be hospitalized for a muscular condition. The Denton Record-Chronicle reported that head coach Shelly Barberee submitted her resignation late Friday. The program has been under scrutiny recently after eight volleyball players were admitted last weekend for rhabdomyolysis, a breakdown of muscle tissue that releases potentially damaging proteins into the bloodstream. "Although the investigation remains underway, Texas Woman's University's initial belief is that overexertion coupled with dehydration during practices last week caused these student-athletes to experience rhabdomyolysis," said Monica Mendez-Grant, vice president for student life, in a statement published on the school's website.

    Dallas Morning News
  • Check out the Minnesota Vikings' fabulous new stadium

    One of the most impressive things about the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium was how it looked on television. It looked, for the most part, like the Vikings and San Diego Chargers were playing outdoors. That’s not easy to pull off in an enclosed stadium

    Shutdown Corner
  • Gary Sanchez leading Yankees resurgence with historic start

    New York Yankees rookie Gary Sanchez is officially making history while helping lead a team resurgence that few outside the Yankees organization saw coming. In Friday’s 14-4 win against the Orioles, Sanchez went 3-for-5 with four RBIs and three runs scored. Overall, Sanchez now has 10 homers in 22 games, which is a power feat only accomplished by two other players.

    Big League Stew
  • Phil Jackson names his biggest mistake so far as Knicks president

    Phil Jackson shoots the breeze with bluesman James Dolan . Phil Jackson has been the center of much media discussion since he took over as president of the New York Knicks in 2014. Every decision he makes regarding the team’s personnel is analyzed endlessly both for its impact on the Knicks’ future and his outlook on the sport as a whole.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Michael Moore Proven Right, And Matt Lauer Wrong, About Ryan Lochte Incident

    Thank goodness for USA Today, which actually did some serious reporting on what went down in Rio with Ryan Lochte and his U.S. Olympic swimming teammates. The New  York Post was typical of the drumbeat, saying: “Ryan Lochte made up the story that he and three other US Olympic swimmers were robbed at gunpoint, so they could cover up an altercation with a gas station security guard after busting down a bathroom door, authorities said Thursday.” The storyline: Brazilian authorities had closed-circuit video of American gold-medal swimmers Lochte, Jack Conger, Gunnar Bentz and Jimmy Feigen trashing a bathroom and then fabricating a story that they were robbed by authorities. Most everyone bought it,

    Forbes
  • Arsenal finally splashing cash with Shkodran Mustafi, Lucas Perez

    German international Shkodran Mustafi will finally provide the center back cover Arsenal has needed for a long while. LONDON, England – “We are working on the deals,” Arsenal Arsene Wenger announced on Friday when specifically asked about the transfers of German defender Shkodran Mustafi and Spanish forward Lucas Perez. Wenger added, “Will we sign anybody before the end of the transfer window?

    FC Yahoo
  • Kyle Larson gets first Sprint Cup win at Michigan

    Kyle Larson got his first points win on Sunday (Getty). Kyle Larson sprinted away from Chase Elliott on the race’s final restart to grab the first Sprint Cup Series win of his career at Michigan on Sunday. Elliott was the leader on that restart, which came with nine to go.

    From The Marbles
  • Jordan releases new Russell Westbrook ad, may include a shot at Kevin Durant

    As a Jordan Brand athlete, Russell Westbrook is under the same Nike umbrella as former teammate Kevin Durant. But his latest Jordan spot, released Friday, has a very pointed tagline: “Some run, some make runways.” Given the circumstances, it’s hard to interpret that as anything other than a reference to Durant signing with the Warriors and Westbrook signing an extension with the Thunder.

    ProBasketballTalk
  • Searching for tight end value in Fantasy Football drafts

    Let’s complete our analytics-based positional analysis this fantasy football draft season by focusing on tight ends and market share in order to hopefully find some sleepers and avoid some busts. A key is that the offensive system in place is not different this year, which hurts, for example, the market-share projection for Delanie Walker given that new OC Terry Robiskie is coming from an offense that threw 15.9 percent of passes to Atlanta tight ends last year.

    Michael Salfino
  • Nebraska transfer Andrew White commits to Syracuse

    Nebraska transfer Andrew White has committed to Syracuse, he announced Sunday.

    Sports Illustrated
  • Gary Sanchez's home run barrage leads to impressive record

    When another New York Yankees game begins, another Gary Sanchez home run is likely right around the corner. The sensational rookie slugger continued his barrage on Saturday afternoon, connecting for his 11th home run in the Yankees 13-5 win against the Orioles. Gary Sanchez is the fastest player in @MLB history to 11 home runs (23 games).

    Big League Stew
  • Tennessee to wear helmet decals in remembrance of Pat Summitt

    Tennessee will wear helmet decals to honor the memory of legendary Lady Vols basketball coach Pat Summitt throughout this season, the Vols have announced. The decal, according to the release, will be a capital “P” inside a circle, which is based on Summitt’s signature. Summitt passed away June 28 at the age of 64 due to a lengthy bout with early-onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type. She served as the Lady Vols’ head coach for 38 seasons, compiling an NCAA basketball record 1,098 wins, eight national championships and 16 SEC titles before her retirement in 2012. She was elected to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000. “As a coach, I stand in awe of Pat and what she accomplished on and off

    NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk
  • Poll: Will the Sharks make it back to the Stanley Cup Final?

    Not many people expected San Jose to be in the Stanley Cup Final in 2015-16, but with expectations at an all-time low, they did it. San Jose has put together some talented teams and before last season, they weren’t able to get over the hump. But now that they’ve gotten over the hump, expectations are back up. How realistic are these expectations though? On paper, the Sharks are still loaded. They didn’t lose much this off-season and managed to add speedster Mikkel Boedker in free agency. Still, when you’re dealing with a number of veterans, you never know when their production will start to dip. Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski are all over 30. Marleau and Thornton

    ProHockeyTalk
  • Connor Shaw Weighs In On Twitter After A 'Cheap BS' Hit Broke His Leg

    If you haven’t seen the video of Bears quarterback Connor Shaw getting his leg snapped on Saturday afternoon…well, maybe don’t. Shaw himself was pretty upset about it, as well he should be. Shaw expressed his disappointment in a tweet Sunday morning, but he deleted it, so we can’t paste it in here for you to read for yourself.

    UPROXX
  • Watch Bobby Wood score his first Bundesliga goal in his Hamburg debut

    Bobby Wood celebrates Hamburg’s opening goal against Ingolstadt. It’ll still be worthwhile checking on Fabian Johnson at Borussia Moenchengladbach, center back John Brooks at Hertha Berlin, the rebirth of Julian Green at Bayern Munich and injury comebacks of strikers Aron Johannsson at Werder Bremen and Terrence Boyd at newly promoted Leipzig.

    FC Yahoo
  • Today’s Sprint Cup race at Michigan: start time, weather, TV/radio info and lineup

    The Sprint Cup Series returns for its second yearly visit to Michigan International Speedway for today’s Pure Michigan 400. Matt Kenseth is the defending winner of this event, while Joey Logano won this past June’s race at the high-speed, 2-mile track. Logano will start today’s race from the pole, with six-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson on the outside of the front row. Here’s all the info you need for today’s race. (All times Eastern) START: Jeff Blashill, head coach of the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings, will give the command for drivers to start their engines at 2:07 p.m. The green flag is scheduled for 2:15 p.m. DISTANCE: The race is scheduled for 200 laps (400 miles) around the high-speed,

    NASCAR Talk
  • Kobe Bryant on how teams should see Warriors: “‘OK, lace ’em up. Let’s go.”

    For two decades, Kobe Bryant saw everyone and everything as an obstacle to overcome: The Pacers, Sixers, Nets, Magic, Celtics, Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich, Smush Parker, a torn Achilles. It didn’t matter. Kobe’s work ethic and drive had him rising above it all. His focus hasn’t changed now. Kobe was on the Jim Rome show, and the topic of the new-look Warriors with Kevin Durant came up, along with the “woe is me” attitude of some players (and plenty of owners and GMs). “I would have thought less about myself if I looked at that move and said, ‘That’s unfair,'” he said. “If you’re a real competitor, you look at that and say, ‘OK, lace ’em up. Let’s go. I don’t care how many players you have over

    ProBasketballTalk
  • For Retired US Open Champ Flavia Pennetta, No Regrets

    Flavia Pennetta arrived back at Arthur Ashe Stadium and had one question: "Where is it?" She couldn't wait to see the most recent addition to the photos of past champions displayed at the U.S. Open. It's been almost one year since Pennetta affixed her name to that list, yet as she returned to Flushing Meadows on Friday, that moment felt much longer ago than 12 months. The 2015 U.S. Open final was not only when the 33-year-old Italian won her first major title. It was also when she announced to the world that she planned to retire. "I had the chance to say to everyone in the perfect moment in the perfect way," Pennetta told The Associated Press before she appeared at the U.S. Open draw ceremony

    ABC News
  • ‘Madden’ kickoff glitch makes scoring touchdowns easier than ever

    It’s Madden NFL season, which means it’s also glitch season. In the pantheon of video game glitches this is like nothing we’ve seen. The video posted to Instagram above shows the Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicking off to the Denver Broncos — and Denver scoring an immediate touchdown as soon as the ball was caught.

    SB Nation
  • Slugging Mets blast Phillies again, presented by W.B. Mason

    The Mets hit four home runs for the second straight day to power their way to a 12-1 win over the Phillies on Saturday night at Citi Field. In case you missed it… The Mets trailed 1-0 in the bottom of the third before scoring 12 unanswered runs. Asdrubal Cabrera, Yoenis Cespedes, Kelly Johnson and Neil Walker all went deep for New York. Jose Reyes and Cabrera each had three hits and scored twice while Walker finished 2-for-3 with a pair of walks. Cabrera's third homer in two games gave New York a 2-1 lead in the third. Cespedes' three-run homer with two outs in the fourth opened up a 5-1 edge. The Mets broke it open in the seventh when Alejandro De Aza hit a two-run double and Johnson blasted

    SNY
  • Bucs make 11 cuts, including Major Wright

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced their first 11 cuts as they move toward a 75-man roster ahead of Tuesday’s deadline, and the most surprising cut of the bunch is veteran safety Major Wright. Wright was the team’s third safety the past two seasons, starting nine games under Lovie Smith after being signed in free agency in 2014. Wright hasn’t been a standout safety, but he’s been a competent veteran who does his job. With Chris Conte and Bradley McDougald as the starters, and Keith Tandy and fourth-round pick Ryan Smith as backups, there wasn’t a lot of room on the roster for Wright. The Bucs also waived defensive tackle Travis Britz, cornerback Daniel Davie, wide receiver Andre Davis, offensive

    Bucs Nation
  • Premier League Saturday Roundup: Chelsea, Arsenal cruise, United snatches three points

    A wild Saturday saw Chelsea cruise at home, United battle for three points against Hull and Tottenham and Liverpool finish level at White Hart Lane.

    Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic
  • Virginia unveils redesigned uniforms for 2016 (Video)

    Virginia unveiled new football uniforms Saturday to kick off the first season under Bronco Mendenhall. The Cavaliers will wear a blue jersey with white pants at home and an all-white combination on the road. Additionally, UVA has an alternate orange jersey available for home games to go with its usual white pants.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Report: Dodgers placed Yasiel Puig on trade waivers

    Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that the Dodgers placed outfielder Yasiel Puig on trade waivers on Sunday. Wednesday, August 31 is the final day for teams to acquire players via waivers and make their new player(s) eligible for inclusion on the postseason roster. Puig, 25, has had a tumultuous season with the Dodgers. He’s hit a meager .260/.320/.386 with seven home runs and 34 RBI over 303 plate appearances and has spent most of the month with Triple-A Oklahoma City. Shortly after being sent to the minors, Puig celebrated a victory with his teammates which included some lascivious language, and Puig broadcast it on Snapchat, which the Dodgers did not particularly enjoy. Since then, the club

    HardballTalk
  • Jay Gruden says Bryan Stork still has a decision to make

    First Bryan Stork was supposed to be cut. Then Stork was supposed to be retiring. Then it was announced that Stork had been traded from New England to Washington. But Stork still hasn’t reported to his new team, and we still haven’t heard from Stork directly whether he plans to play or not. And after tonight’s preseason game, Washington coach Jay Gruden indicated that he isn’t certain whether Stork will play. Instead, Gruden said Stork will “supposedly” report for work tomorrow but has a “final decision” to make tonight. So it may still be possible that Stork will decide not to play this season, which would void his trade and give Washington back the draft pick it sent to New England. Stork’s

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