NCAA Tournament Deal With CBS, Turner Extended Through 2032With eight years left on their deal to broadcast the NCAA Tournament, CBS and Turner are tacking on another eight.
Facebook Goes Down Shutting Out Thousands Of Streaming UsersFacebook was down Monday morning, shutting thousands of users out of their favorite social media app.
Nothing Compares To March MadnessThe NCAA Tournament tips off today in earnest. And, as sports fans know, there's no other sporting event quite like March Madness.
Cal Star Wallace Breaks Hand On Eve Of NCAAsCalifornia point guard Tyrone Wallace injured his right hand in practice two days before the Golden Bears were set to open play in the NCAA Tournament.
Coach K: Lessons From The Duke Basketball LegendAs part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Duke men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski discusses leadership on and off the court.
Mike Brey Dishes His Best Lessons On And Off The CourtAs part of the "Guiding Greatness" series presented by Delta Air Lines, Notre Dame men's basketball head coach Mike Brey explains the importance of teaching life lessons.
Texas A&M's Road To The NCAA TournamentIt’s been somewhat of a roller coaster season for Texas A&M, and yet the Aggies enter the Big Dance with a 26-8 record. How did they go from unranked to No. 3 seed?
Four Games Will Determine Stanford’s FateThe West Coast hopes for a spot in this season’s College Football Playoffs seem to be resting squarely on the legs of gifted Stanford running back Christian McCaffery and the overall game of quarterback Kevin Hogan.
Cal Basketball Embraces Big ExpectationsCalifornia's recruiting class features a pair of blue-chippers in forwards Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb who are already generating major chatter on campus in Berkeley and well beyond.
Stanford's Owusu Looks For Encore Against WashingtonFrancis Owusu has generated quite a bit of attention for a backup wide receiver. That's what making one of the most spectacular catches in recent memory will do.
UCLA's Mora Hopes To End His Winless Skid vs StanfordUCLA coach Jim Mora has too often found Stanford standing in the way of his team's goals, in large part because the Bruins haven't been able to stand in the way of the Cardinal's power rushing attack.
Court Strikes Down Payments To College AthletesA federal appeals court agreed Wednesday that the NCAA's use of college athletes' names, images and likenesses in video games and TV broadcasts violated antitrust laws but struck down a plan to allow schools to pay players up to $5,000.

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