- Plane Ordeal Brings Michigan Together
by Jeff Seidel March 2017
The airplane holding the Michigan basketball team skidded down the runway at Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Mich., on Wednesday, passing over a road, blasting through a chain-link fence, crashing into a ditch and coming to stop before a bunch of trees.
- Selection Sunday Promises Intrigue
by Nicole Auerbach March 2017
With only a few opportunities and dwindling days left to pad NCAA tournament résumés, every game -- and every result -- matters.
- Financial Concerns Behind Memphis Rec Center Delay
by Jason Scott March 2017
In February, University of Memphis president Dr. M. David Rudd announced that the school would delay construction on its planned recreation center by 18 months, and that the facility would be redesigned.
- Wolverines' Aircraft Grounded by Gusting Winds
by Courtney Cameron March 2017
Wednesday afternoon, the University of Michigan men’s basketball team was loaded and ready to leave for the Big Ten tournament in Washington, D.C., when gusting winds forced the aircraft carrying the team off the runway.
- Could AD Search Process Divide UT?
by John Adams March 2017
A week has passed since Tennessee hired John Currie as its athletic director. And many Tennesseans are looking forward to what they hope will be a new and improved era in UT athletics.
- Inside the NCAA Tournament Selection Process
by Brad Senkiw March 2017
A 10-member committee comprised of university athletic directors will sit down Sunday and complete what's expected to be another compelling and controversial bracket.
- Winter College Football Workouts Get Intense
by Dayton Daily News March 2017
Winter workouts have long been part of college football, but they have become more structured, more strategic and more intense as coaches look for any edge in what has become a year-round process of preparing a team.
- First-Ever Ivy League Conference Tournament to Tip Off
by Eddie Timanus March 2017
Perhaps the biggest news heading into this weekend's Ivy League tournament is, well, that there is an Ivy League tournament.
- Opinion: Mulkey's Passion Can Change Baylor's Culture
by Amy Moritz March 2017
As a person in a position of relative power in the Baylor sports department, women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey can be an advocate for women.
- Where Have the Black College Basketball Coaches Gone?
by Marcus Fuller March 2017
Once a national leader in the hiring of black coaches, the Big Ten is now the only major conference without one.