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  • Joe Strauss: Frank Haith ready to move on from Missouri

    His team readied for its conference tournament while barely clinging to the NCAA tourney bubble. Frank Haith took the call to discuss where his team's season had gone wrong. Per usual, Mizzou's head basketball coach was cordial, pleasant and at times passionate.
  • UCF baseball sweeps doubleheader over No. 9 Louisville

    UCF baseball sweeps doubleheader over No. 9 Louisville
    A walk-off wild pitch gave UCF baseball a doubleheader sweep over No. 9 Louisville on Thursday evening. The pair of wins gave the Knights a 3.5-game lead atop the American Athletic Conference. UCF defeated the Cardinals, 8-2, in the first game on the...

    Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith reportedly will take Tulsa job

    COLUMBIA, Mo. Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith's tenure with the Tigers has been a roller coaster, and the ride is expected to end Friday when he is announced as the new coach at Tulsa, according to multiple reports. Haith wasn't a popular...

    AAC Women's Basketball Tournament Returning To Mohegan Sun

    AAC Women's Basketball Tournament Returning To Mohegan Sun
    The American Athletic Conference and Mohegan Sun announced Thursday their agreement to return the 2015 AAC women's basketball tournament to Mohegan Sun Arena. "The American Athletic Conference and its member institutions are excited to return to a...

    Thumbs Up, Down On NCAA

    One thumb up to the NCAA for moving closer to letting Division I athletes have enough food to eat by allowing them unlimited meals instead of just three meals a day. And one thumb down for taking so long to do this. The collegiate sports organization's...