Almost everyone is going with Carolina and Roy Williams but the thought here is this is finally Cal's year to win it all.
10/31/2011 - 09:59
Kenny Reiter gained a lot of unique knowledge last season. After all, backstopping a team to an NCAA Division-I national championship isn’t exactly a class offered at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The Plum native excelled in that extracurricular course, guiding the Bulldogs to college hockey’s ultimate prize. This year’s lesson – Defending Your Title, 101.
10/25/2011 - 16:42
I’m in the eye of a scandalous storm in which a sawed-off thief, loser and convicted felon is threatening to take down a Hurricanes football program that has more players in the NFL than any other and had a glorious two-decade run in which they won five national titles.
08/23/2011 - 11:20
Miami, Ohio State and Oregon try to dig out from damaging scandals; Nebraska enters the Big 10 as conferences begin to reallign once again, and Florida enters a new era without Urban Meyer. PSR looks at the top stories across college football this season.
08/18/2011 - 22:25
While Texas A&M says they plan to march into the Southeastern Conference as soon as next season, the SEC says, "Not so fast, my friend." Conference presidents said on Sunday they are not extending an invitation to a 13th program. At least, not yet.
08/14/2011 - 17:22
Quarterback Landry Jones leads a quick-strike offense loaded with talent in Norman this fall, making the Oklahoma Sooners the team to beat in 2011. The Oregon is right there on the trail, provided the Ducks can keep their focus amid NCAA distractions.
07/31/2011 - 10:32
Butler and Gonzaga agree to a home-and-home series: College basketball’s two biggest mid-majors have agreed to a home-and-home series that would bring Butler to Spokane December 20th, and Gonzaga to Butler’s famed Hinkle Fieldhouse in December 2012.
07/18/2011 - 14:47
Cook will be presented the FWAA's Bert McGrane Award for his significant contributions to the coverage of college football.
07/12/2011 - 16:11
A skilled 6-6 center is a rare commodity in women's basketball, which explains why Shawnice "Pepper" Wilson received over 100 scholarship offers out of Pittsburgh's Westinghouse High School a couple of years ago.
06/21/2011 - 10:37
After Terrelle Pryor declared that he will forgo his senior year at Ohio State University, he turned down an offer sheet from the Saskatchewan Roughriders, who hold the Canadian Football League negotiating rights to the former Jeannette star. Pryor plans to instead prepare for the NFL's supplemental draft.
06/13/2011 - 10:54