Articles Tagged with ncaa

Geno Auriemma Violated NCAA Rules By Calling Mo’ne Davis

Geno Auriemma Rules Violation Mo'Ne Davis

Geno Auriemma reportedly violated an NCAA secondary rule when he called Mo’ne Davis to congratulate her on her performance at the Little League World Series last month. The ace of the Philadelphia Taney Dragons team didn’t keep it a secret that she loves basketball even more than baseball. Auriemma is the head coach for the… Read more »

Ronan Farrow, Wolf Blitzer Confuse NAACP With NCAA [Video]

Ronan Farrow confuses NAACP with NCAA

The clip of Fox News anchor Heather Childers confusing the NAACP and the NCAA went viral across the internet, but she wasn’t the only one. MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer both made the same on-air goof, although resulting in far less ridicule and mockery for whatever reason. See embedded videos below. You’ll recall… Read more »

WWE Superstar Brock Lesnar Returning To The UFC?

brock may return to the UFC

Brock Lesnar has always been an athletic specimen that could be considered one of the best freak talents in the world. Even into his 30’s, he can do things that few people have the ability to do. His strength has not left him since the first day he arrived in WWE, and he was really… Read more »

Watch Virginia Vs Memphis, 2014 NCAA Tournament Round 3, Live Coverage

Watch Virginia Vs Memphis

The PNC Arena in Raleigh N.C will be the venue tonight for the latest March Madness match between Virginia And Memphis in round three of the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Fortunately for them, Virginia have had a number of contributions up and down the lineup. Joe Harris, and particularly Malcolm Brogdon, have both stepped up to… Read more »

Barry Switzer Says Johnny Manziel Is An “Arrogant Little Prick”

Barry Switzer Johnny Manziel

It’s that time of year when NFL analysts (and everyone at your local sports bar) throw out their opinions of the incoming draft class, and former University of Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer has let his feelings be known when it comes to incoming quarterback and former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel…. Read more »

NCAA Questioned Johnny Manziel For 6 Hours

Johnny Manziel and the NCAA

Investigators for the NCAA questioned Johnny Manziel for 6 hours on Sunday. The Texas A&M Heisman Trophy winner is facing allegations that he took money from memorabilia dealers in exchange for his autograph. The questioning went down on the College Station, Texas campus, and it is still unclear if investigators were satisfied with Manziel’s answers… Read more »

Former Marine Steven Rhodes Ruled Ineligible By NCAA

Former Marine Steven Rhodes has to miss this season due to an obscure NCAA rule

Former Marine Steven Rhodes wanted to serve his country and play college football. But an odd set of circumstances might keep that from happening. A report by SI.com details the rule that makes Rhodes ineligible. Bylaw 14.2.3.2.1 states that an athlete must sit for one season if they do not play college sports right after… Read more »

Tara VanDerveer’s Stanford Coach Contract Renewed

Tara VanDerveer's Stanford Coach Contract Renewed

Tara VanDerveer’s Stanford coach contract has been renewed for the long term. Stanford actually had Tara VanDerveer set to be their women’s basketball coach through the end of the 2014/2015 season. Back in March, Tara VanDerveer discussed whether her Stanford contract could be extended for the long term: “I love it here. This spring we’re… Read more »

Butler Coach: Brandon Miller Hired To Replace Brad Stevens

Brandon Miller will now take over at Butler.

Butler’s coach Brandon Miller has a lot to live up to as he is set to replace Brad Stevens. The 34-year-old will take over for the Bulldogs after Stevens took the job as the next head coach of the Boston Celtics. The move to the NBA comes after Doc Rivers was sent to the Los… Read more »

Twitter Hashtags Banned By NCAA On Football Fields

NCAA bans Twitter hashtags

On-field Twitter hashtags have been banned by the NCAAA as a prohibited form of advertising. URLs are also out of bounds. The college football hashtag ban came in the form of a new NCAA Rules Committee announcement. Among the permissible items include the NCAA logo, the conference logo, the school name/team name and logo, and… Read more »