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 - 11:37
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 - 11:54
Terrelle Pryor's attorney has announced that the quarterback won't return for his senior season with the Buckeyes. The former Jeannette star will most likely make himself available for the NFL supplemental draft.
06/07/2011 - 18:51
When Jim Tressel resigned as Ohio State's head coach late last month, it shocked the Buckeye faithful. It shouldn't have. They should have seen this coming the very day Ohio State hired Tressel after his wildly successful run at Youngstown State.
06/04/2011 - 09:20
Three months after being suspended for five games and fined $250,000 by Ohio State University for lying about his knowledge that players were receiving improper benefits from the owner of a local tattoo parlor, Jim Tressel handed in his resignation as head football coach at Ohio State.
06/02/2011 - 11:53
In 1978-79, one of the most infamous point-shaving scandals in recent sports history was executed with the Boston College basketball team. Originally conceived by Pittsburgh bookies, infamous mobster Henry Hill and his boss Jimmy Burke—of the Lucchese crime family—were brought in on the scheme.
05/18/2011 - 10:24
Growing up in Johnstown, family was always important to Tom Walter - from his own relatives to his idol Dave Parker and the “We Are Family” championship Pirates.
05/13/2011 - 20:04
“I told the feds that this kid took money from me in a hotel room in Boston. I think I gave him $5,000 and an ounce of coke. He took it right out of my (expletive) hand. They didn't believe that, and they believed this kid instead for the longest time until the truth finally came out.” – gangster Henry Hill.
05/05/2011 - 15:44
Goaltender John Gibson named tournament’s best goaltender
04/24/2011 - 21:38
Two days after holding Kentucky to 33 percent shooting, UConn smothered Butler, holding the poor-shooting Bulldogs to a jaw-dropping 19 percent from the floor and the Huskies won the 2011 National Championship 53-41. The title is the third in the past 13 years for UConn and coach Jim Calhoun.
04/04/2011 - 23:40