NCAAB | Nov 21
Sometimes you want to know more than you're entitled to know… - Kim Mulkey
It is a good thing it is still football season as the LSU’s ladies are making women’s college basketball news for less-than-ideal reasons. Angel Reese has been mysteriously absent in recent games, and LSU head coach Kim Mulkey has created more headlines by being super vague. (more…)Continue Reading
NCAAB | Nov 10
I'm focused on helping this team be the best they can be… - Caitlin Clark
Caitlin Clark makes NCAAW news on a nightly basis proving the Iowa Hawkeyes star has staying power. March Madness often gives under-the-radar college basketball players their 15 minutes of fame only for the sports world to move on.
It could be more like 15 years of fame for Clark who spent the entire offseason becoming even more notable. Now, it’s back to basketball.Continue Reading
NCAAB | Sep 27
Every time I see him, it's just a big smile and a 'what's up?'... - DJ Rodman
The James family went through a terrifying experience back in July when Bronny James collapsed at a practice for USC due to a cardiac arrest, according to NCAAB news at that moment. Thankfully, he was able to get out of the hospital quickly and is on the road to recovery.Continue Reading
NCAAB | May 22
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In college basketball news and rumors, one of the longest-tenured coaches in NCAA men’s basketball is under fire. West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins has been suspended for three games and will lose $1 million in salary reductions due to the use of a homophobic slur when talking about Xavier University fans.
According to college basketball news the controversy came when Huggins appeared on 700WLW’s "Bill Cunningham Show” in Cincinnati where he had some choice of words for fans of Xavier.
⚠️ Here’s the audio of Bob Huggins calling Xavier fans “Catholic f--s” during an appearance on Bill Cunningham’s WLW radio show in Cincinnati pic.twitter.com/JTftGx9rQE
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"I’ll tell you what, any school that can throw rubber penises on the floor and then say they didn’t do it, by God, they can get away with anything," Huggins said. "It was the Crosstown Shootout. What it was was all those f--s, those Catholic f--s. They were envious they didn’t have one."Continue Reading