Michael Jordan may be most-well known for wearing the Nike Swoosh and the Jumpman but before he turned pro and forever changed the game of basketball and footwear, he played for UNC and wore Converse.
David Brooker of Harding University had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to save nearly over $8,000 and he nailed it. The student hit a half-court shot at a basketball pep rally for the Division-II school in order to receive half off of his 2014 tuition bill and following the successful attempt, the fans went ballistic in celebration.
Some poor kid put the “head” in Morehead State this past weekend during a failed dunk attempt, landing on his noggin in front of what appears to be a large chunk of the student body. Sucks to be that guy. [Uproxx]
Job searching is widely regarded as an excruciating, tedious and overwhelmingly frustrating process that typically yields very few results, if any. Recent college graduate Alfred Anjani of London was among this group tirelessly searching for a job. Following hundreds of applications and no luck, the 22-year-old with a marketing degree elected for a different approach.
Jamal Crawford was doing his thing in another Seattle Pro-Am game. This game (this highlight, for all intensive purposes) also featured Cali-bred Marcus LoVett Jr., the soon-to-be high school senior point guard recruited by the likes of Michigan State, Indiana and UCLA and one of a solid handful of names to keep in keep you occupied
There is no good reason that this clip of Charles Barkley rattling off his college nicknames should be making its way around the Internet, but we are thankful that it is. Check out Sir Charles being interviewed before a game while he was at Auburn running through some of the more weighty nicknames he was
On this day after Christmas we give thanks to those who came through for us this season. But what I’m really thankful for is those schools that came through for us so far this bowl season! Many thanks to San Diego State, the Ragin’ Cajuns, ECU and Oregon State. With that being said, how in the
In case you missed the junior college Fisher Automotive El Toro Bowl between New Mexico Military Institute and Arizona Western College on Saturday we’ve got the highlight right here. Arizona Western College freshman punter Joel Maddock launched a booming kick that traveled an extraordinary 6-yards and then bounced into the end zone where New Mexico
Ethan Friedman and The Sports Guy are joined by “The Machine” as they discuss Week 14 of the College Football season and take a look ahead to Championship Week. Topics discussed include the Auburn-Alabama game, Ohio State-Michigan, UCLA-USC, the Steve Sarkisian hiring at USC, Heisman Trophy race and close with a tribute to Paul Walker.
So much for doing anything productive to work off that excess of fat in your stomach. Throw any ideas of getting off the couch out the window. There is absolutely no time for rash decisions like that. Have you seen how many games there are on Friday? WOWWW! It’s like the miracle of College Football
Welcome to Rivalry Week where genuine hatred and ingenious pranks are not only welcomed, they are expected. It’s funny, and somewhat ironic, that Rivalry Week comes on the heels of the holiday in which we are supposed to give thanks. Get all of the niceties out on Thursday because on Friday everything changes. We have
Ethan Friedman and The Sports Guy are back to discuss Week 13 of the College Football season and take a look ahead to Rivalry Week. Topics discussed include Oklahoma State-Baylor, UCLA-Arizona State, the Iron Bowl, Oregon’s disappointing season, favorite rivalries to watch, and the Heisman Trophy race. Take a listen below and let us know what you