The Final Four game was everything this season deserved and for only the third time in tournament history, a No. 1 seed will not play in the national title game.
Caitlin Clark and Iowa handed South Carolina its first loss of the season.
Dawn Staley did not appreciate the way some people were talking about her team during the NCAA tournament.
Anthony Richardson had a little fun during his Pro Day.
Umpire Reggie Drummer apologized for his "lack of judgment" when calling a strike to end the game between Mississippi Valley State and New Orleans earlier this month.
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"He's been a great friend," DeChambeau said of Woods.
Kim Mulkey was largely quiet about Brittney Griner’s arrest and detainment in Russia despite them winning a national title together at Baylor.
The weirdest Final Four in recent memory will feature no former McDonald's All-Americans and only a few potential draft picks.
There's a big new name in the transfer portal.
One ticket to the women's Final Four costs $428, while one men's ticket is going for $40.
This year's Final Four teams are far from conventional and lack in 5-star recruits, but each roster was uniquely built to get them where they're at.
WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury kept making outrageous demands, and unified champion Oleksandr Usyk kept accepting them. There is only one man to blame for the undisputed title fight not happening, and it's certainly not Usyk.
Patrick Mahomes wouldn't let himself be talked into paying for Twitter Blue for his teammates.
Pete Alonso somehow gave a teammate a strike while on base.
Willie McGinest apologized for his behavior in a statement shortly after his arrest.
For all of the protestations and outrage at the assertion, there are at least two Boston institutions seemingly doing their best to uphold that reputation: the city's two sports radio stations.
Oddsmakers like the chances of quarterbacks getting taken with the top two selections.
After making its first Final Four in school history, the time is right for San Diego State to get poached by a major conference.
Scott Pianowski highlights a little known player to consider adding in fantasy — a player who might be the first stolen-base-specific pickup of 2023.