It all started back in 1973 when the NCAA handed down sanctions against the basketball team and the university decided to redirect fees it had collected to support the team into a fun day for students.
The next time someone gives you a hard time for living with your parents as an adult, you can point to these famous athletes who did the same thing for some period of time while they were playing or after they hung it up
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night
I happened to be watching the basketball game on Sunday when the player for Louisville, Kevin Ware, fell and hurt his leg. From the moment he fell, everyone in the room where I was knew that it was a severe injury.
Two-time NBA All-Star Baron Davis was last seen writhing in pain after suffering a knee injury while playing for the New York Knicks last May. A stylish dresser throughout his pro career, Davis, 33, never officially retired, but now he's headed to the Esquire Networ
New Rochelle (N.Y.) High School was trailing Mt. Vernon by 10 points with 3 minutes left in the New York Section 1 Class AA championship game on Sunday afternoon. The Huguenots rallied to within two points with 2
If you find mastering basketball difficult, how about doing it with one arm? This high school student -- who was born with only one upper limb -- certainly hasn't let his setback stop him from excelling in the sport. And after showing his skills on the court, he is getting some well-deserved praise.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL) and Sonic just released the television commercial for the Sonic Ragin' Cajun burger, and it is funny! (The UL coaches DO need to stick to coaching, and leave the acting to the professionals, though Coach Hud did his lines perfectly!!!)
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