They’re battling in courtrooms, and could one day meet over a bargaining table. About the only things the two sides in the debate over big-time college athletics agree on is that things are changing.
Not many new starting quarterbacks get a chance to put fans at ease before they start a game.
Dayton men’s basketball head coach and Blackhawk High School legend Archie Miller joined “The Fan Morning Show” this week to talk about his team’s trip to the Sweet Sixteen.
Chris Mack talked about the Robert Morris men’s hockey team making the NCAA Tournament for the first time with head coach Derek Schooley.
Paul Zeise talked about Pitt spring football with Tony Greco of Panther Digest.
Eighteen years after leading Blackhawk High School to consecutive state championships, Archie Miller is now making history with a clipboard.
Scottie Wilbekin scored 21 points, including 11 of the team’s 13 during a 7-minute stretch in the second half, and top-seeded Florida handled the Panthers 61-45 in the NCAA tournament Saturday.
Shelby Mast, USA Today’s Bracketologist, stopped by 93.7 The FAN to give Bob Pompeani some bracket advice.
Will Brown’s 16th-seeded Albany men’s basketball team played No. 1 overall seed Florida surprisingly close on Thursday, and with Pitt set to battle Florida in a round-of-32 matchup on Saturday, the Great Danes’ coach joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to give the guys an idea of how the Gators can be beaten.
Talib Zanna helped Pitt jump out to a huge lead and the Panthers cruised the rest of the way.
Need help with your college hoops bracket? The Fan’s Chris Mueller is here to help.
This is it. We are here. Oh, and here’s a disclaimer before we get going: I don’t care much about those play-in games in the NCAA Tournament — or whatever it is they call them now. Anyhow, this is it. We are here.
Howland says Dixon has created his own monster by being a victim of his own sucess.
Everybody loves a Cinderella story. And the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has had its fair share. Here are the top 5.
CBS lead college basketball analyst Greg Anthony joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Tuesday to offer his thoughts on the NCAA Tournament and the college basketball landscape.
Check out the teams heading into the 2014 NCAA Sweet Sixteen.