Trevor Wages of the Colorado School of Mines is a 6′ 8″, 235-pound sophomore center out of Littleton, Colorado. During last night’s game against Metropolitan State University of Denver, Wages shattered the backboard on a dunk that cut Metro State’s first half lead to 5. Unfortunately, the run had to stop there because Metro State didn’t have a replacement backboard. The game has been rescheduled for a time when the schools can meet in a place with two fully operational basketball hoops. Thus is the life of a Division 2 athlete.
Lose a Cano, add a Beltran.
College kids with their cell phone cameras.
Best U.S. World Cup performance. Games against Portugal and Germany were pivotal.
He has had eight players drafted in the first three rounds since 2008, just one fewer than Ohio State.
All Jurgen wants for Christmas is a fullback.