Sad news out of Ames, Iowa, this morning. Iowa State defensive line coach Curtis Bray passed away this morning at the age of 43, according to Cyclone Report. Bray was working out this morning when he collapsed, per Trey Scott. He leaves behind a wife and two children. Bray was a former player with the University of Pittsburgh, where he played linebacker, and was also the Gatorade National High School Player of the Year in 1987. He also coached at his alma mater before moving to Iowa State, and is credited with recruiting both Larry Fitzgerald and Joe Flacco to the program.
Rick Pitino and the 7th-ranked Louisville Cardinals trailed #8 North Carolina at the half on Thursday night. As the teams walked to the (…)
John Gillon is now a Syracuse legend. Gillon, a senior at the 3rd school in his college basketball career, hit a game-winning (…)
Do you use Twitter? You do? That’s so neat for you. You’re probably aware of the popular Twitter game “Is a Hot Dog a (…)
Richard Jefferson’s shirt is awesome.
Ole Miss boosters paid a recruit who wound up signing elsewhere.
Ole Miss gets dreaded lack of institutional control charge.
Bogdanovic will bolster the Wizards offense.
More than just working out in all black.