Will Kentucky and Kansas add their 2013 hauls to the mix?
Even though Kentucky lost out on Andrew Wiggins on Tuesday, the Wildcats may still have a signing class for the ages.
The Wildcats bring in six McDonald’s All-Americans for 2013-14, and Wiggins, the consensus top prospect, would have added to an embarrassment of riches. Instead, Wiggins heads to Kansas where he headlines the No. 2 class -- a recruiting haul that could be No. 1 in most years.
What are the best jobs in sports broadcasting today?
If you could have any national sports broadcasting job in sports, what would it be? Do you want to be at the games and travel all over the country? Do you want to be a studio host with a more stable work schedule? Do you want to become extremely popular in one niche field or cover a wide range of all sports? Are ratings more important than content?
There are many different ways to value sports broadcasting jobs, but Athlon Sports has tried to rank the best national sports broadcasting jobs in the industry today.
NBA Draft's Early Entry Deadline shuffles teams in our look at next season
The NBA’s early entry draft deadline has come and gone, creating enough movement to make us re-evaluate our early rankings for 2013-14.
Chief among them, we re-visited Oklahoma State after the Cowboys returned point guard Marcus Smart. Originally, we did not rank Oklahoma State under the assumption Smart, projected to be a top-three pick, would leave for the draft. His return makes Oklahoma State the early Big 12 favorite.
As the coaching carousel comes to a close, we grade new faces at UCLA, USC, Minnesota and more
Coaching turnover in college basketball appears to be as tame as ever.
With 39 coaching changes so far, the 2013-14 coaching carousel is poised to be the most inactive since in four years. In each of the last three seasons, at least 50 Division I programs changed coaches.
With an 82-76 win over Michigan on Monday night, the Louisville men's basketball team claimed its third national championship (1980, '86) in program history. This was head coach Rick Pitino's second national title, having won his first at Kentucky in 1996, making him the first coach in NCAA history to lead two different schools to a national championship. It's only fitting that on Monday morning Pitino learned he was elected for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.