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IU's Yogi Ferrell postpones basketball announcement after student death

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The family of Indiana University point guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell said Saturday that an announcement about his future basketball plans will be postponed following the death of IU student Hannah Wilson. 99 more words


UConn women honored with special ice cream at dairy bar

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — UConn’s national champion women’s basketball team is receiving a sweet honor — a new ice cream flavor named for it.

The school’s Animal Science Department Creamery recently came up with the flavor “Women’s Basketball Team! 90 more words


Georgia's shrinking frontcourt

After two years in Athens, Cameron Forte has opted to leave Georgia and play his final year of collegiate basketball somewhere closer to his home of Phoenix, Arizona. 398 more words


Former UNH basketball star Cassius Chaney excelling as pro boxer, with help of Vin Baker

(WTNH)–Former University of New Haven basketball star Cassius Chaney is now a professional boxer, and he’s doing it with the help of metnor Vin Baker, a former NBA All-Star. 19 more words


2004 UConn Men's Basketball: Where are they now?

In the 2003-2004 season, the UConn men’s basketball was a team on a mission.

The Huskies, led by veteran leaders Emeka Okafor and Ben Gordon, lost only six times in the regular season and then won the Big East tournament before heading into the Big Dance. 2,018 more words


The "R" Word

In light of Greg Hardy’s suspension for domestic violence and the University of Tennessee having yet another young man investigated for rape/sexual assault, I feel that this post I wrote in January for another blog is particularly salient. 1,634 more words

Off Field Issues

How Far Does History Say Malik Newman Can Carry Mississippi State?

It didn’t take long for Ben Howland to make a splash in Starkville. Friday afternoon, Mississippi State’s new men’s basketball coach received scholarship papers from Malik Newman, a five-star combo guard from Jackson, Mississippi. 1,273 more words

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