Dawkins' rise to prominence in the hoops scene straddled the line between fearless and careless. And ultimately, his style put him in the crosshairs of the FBI.
Deshaun Watson wasn't there to bail out Clemson on Friday and the nation's longest winning streak fell in a stunner.
The race is on for the 10 men charged by the feds. Who will 'sing' first? Could the information they provide alter this season?
How much will the business of basketball change moving forward? As one AAU coach put it, "That's just the way that the culture is right now."
Two top high school basketball stars publicly identified in the federal investigation addressed the scandal on Saturday.
Minnesota head coach P.J. Fleck directs his team against Maryland. First-year University of Minnesota head coach P.J. Fleck has the Gophers off to a 3-1 start heading into a Big Ten game against Purdue this weekend. Fleck led Western Michigan to a 13-1 season last year, which included a MAC Championship
LSU coach Ed Orgeron has long resonated as one of the game’s most endearing characters, a Red Bull guzzling, shirt ripping and Cajun-growling paragon of intensity. The Tigers fan base and administration bit hard after Orgeron rallied LSU’s program to a 6-2 record as interim coach last year. LSU’s 24
The two men who could control the fate of college basketball combine for nearly 40 years of experience in the sneaker industry, prominent executives who kept intentionally low profiles. One is the son of a retired judge, and the other the son of a legendary New York City high school coach. Both are
To many in college basketball, the activities the federal government is investigating were considered business as usual – which means the depth of this scandal is going to be massive. Prosecutors love headlines, and they're going to get plenty of attention off this.
Tuesday was just the tip of the iceberg. One athletic director said this scandal will be "something that will consume college athletics for two or three years."
Eichorst's firing Thursday means Nebraska wants to hit the reset button on its football program. But the administration and fans would be wise to lower expectations instead of expecting to relive the glory days of old.
This was an instant classic in its own right, and certainly a game USC players past and present will be talking about for years.
When asked about OSU's offense, Urban Meyer said, 'We have to get the damn thing fixed.' That might mean Meyer breaking from his past and finding a new identity.
Sampson has been like a lot of Houston residents since Hurricane Harvey slammed into the city on Friday. But he's persevering, and he's trying to help those in need.