Let’s face it, 70 percent of self-proclaimed sports fans have pretty much ignored college basketball up until this point. But by the end of the month, many of us will be screaming at our television sets hoping some 19-year-old from a university we’ve barely heard of hits his free throws. How are we going to get there?
This is the dilemma when you don’t win enough in January and February: You’re left in March scoreboard watching, hoping other teams lose. That’s where the Stanford men’s basketball team finds itself today as it prepares for its final two regular-season games.
In his final season with the Cardinal, Randle is the utensil which stirs the pot for Stanford, which headed into play this week with an overall mark of 18-10 (lost to Oregon on March 1 73-70) and 9-7 in league play.
The San Francisco 49ers will bid to host the college football playoff championship game at Levi’s Stadium.
Stanford led the entire game and was up by 15 with nine minutes left to play before Cal made a late push.
Nike has tweaked the team’s look more than Dr. Frankenstein adjusted the neck bolt on his creature. While the new Championship Game look is cool, some other incarnations have been less flattering.
The Ducks rolled past the defending national champion Seminoles 59-20 Thursday to turn the first College Football Playoff semifinal into a Rose Bowl rout.
In a new ad from AT&T, San Francisco 49ers great Joe Montana gets the last word against Heisman trophy winners Bo Jackson, Doug Flutie, and Herschel Walker.
They clashed at both the college and the pro levels but now that Jim Harbaugh has left the 49ers and the NFC West, it appears he will not be missed by Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
The annual battle between the California Golden Bears and Stanford Cardinal is one of college football’s oldest rivalries. Here are photos from the most recent editions of the Big Game.