The NCAA predicted doom and gloom if college athletes were ever paid. Well, they're getting paid, and the NCAA tournament is putting up record numbers.
Rodgers would have you believe he's oblivious and unaffected by the doubts and the drama. It's not true, and it's exactly what both he and his potential new team need as he turns 40 next season.
Every coach in the NCAA tournament feels a measure of pressure to advance. Yet all pressure is relative.
A cloud will hang over the NCAA men's tournament as long as Alabama continues to advance.
Georgetown, St. John's, Texas Tech loom as possible landing spots for the college basketball coaching legend.
In 47 years as head coach of the same team, Boeheim never tried to be liked. He never changed. He was Syracuse.
What New York is attempting is what good teams do — rectifying a mistake rather than letting it continue to drag them down. An unserious franchise has suddenly become extremely serious.
The Jets likely could have found a way to make it work with Carr. Instead, they tried to play the long game and wait for Rodgers to make a decision on his future.
Carter's media availability Wednesday at the NFL combine was canceled after news of his arrest warrant broke. We should still hear from him in the future on this matter.