During halftime of Wednesday’s Auburn – Arkansas game (the Razorbacks won, 83-75) an Auburn student won $5,000 in tuition for making a layup, free throw, 3-pointer and half-court shot in 24 seconds. The incredible part is that he missed his first two 3-point attempts. When the second attempt came off the back of the rim, I probably would have booted the ball into the stands. This kid stuck with it and hit a runner from half-court right before the buzzer sounded. If you were wondering, Auburn’s last NCAA Tournament appearance was 2003.
As if watching a perfectly stroked par-3 tee shot plop softly onto the green, or a vanquished bad guy limp out of town, Bryce Harper observed (…)
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The NCAA must step in and punish Baylor for its disgraceful inaction in the face of a mountain of sexual assault charges against athletes.
Anthony Davis missed out on $24 million thanks to just missing All-NBA recognition on Thursday.
The Houston Rockets hired Mike D’Antoni on Thursday and it was an awful decision.
Wash Wizard Markieff Morris detained @ PHL Int. airport today when “suspected marijuana” allegedly found in his bag, per law (…)