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  • Iowa State hires Steve Prohm as Fred Hoiberg's replacement

    AMES, Iowa Steve Prohm's Murray State team won 29 games and was a No. 3 seed in the NIT. Iowa State won 25 games and was a third seed in the NCAA Tournament. That's one measure of the step Prohm will take when he's introduced as the Cyclones' new men'...
  • Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 5/24 log (updated Saturday PM with many matchups)

    5 a.m.    Tennis: French Open first round.--ESPN2 7:30 a.m.    Motor sports: Formula One Grand Prix of Monaco.--NBC: WAVY 10, WWBT 12 7:30 a.m.    Golf: BMW PGA Championship final round (in Virginia Water, England).--Golf 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights...
  • Academics in order, Evanston's Alecia Cooley off to the SEC

    Academics in order, Evanston's Alecia Cooley off to the SEC
    There was never any question about Alecia Cooley on the court, and she'll get chance to prove her value at the NCAA Division I level next season for Arkansas. In her time playing basketball for Evanston and State Fair Community College, Cooley exhibited...
  • Frank Kaminsky and Cliff Alexander are years and worlds apart

     Frank Kaminsky and Cliff Alexander are years and worlds apart
    Cliff Alexander was supposed to be what Frank Kaminsky has become. Four years ago, the supposedly low-upside Benet senior joined Wisconsin with minimal, if any, fanfare. Kaminsky was a 6-foot-10 project, a three-star recruit that coach Bo Ryan ideally...
  • Ira Winderman: Riley was right and wrong about LeBron

    Ira Winderman: Riley was right and wrong about LeBron
    We are a month shy of a year since Pat Riley issued his challenge to the best basketball player on the planet: Stay and make the Miami Heat into "a generational team." A month after Riley attempted to sell legacy, LeBron James was gone. In the...
  • College roundup: DeWeirdt earns rowing honors at William Smith

     College roundup: DeWeirdt earns rowing honors at William Smith
    New Trier graduate Caroline DeWeirdt pulled in two awards for her performance on the William Smith College rowing team. The athletic department at the Geneva, New York, college honored its student-athletes at the Heron Awards Banquet on April 22....
  • Garner a perfect match for Navy men's tennis program

    Garner a perfect match for Navy men's tennis program
    Navy lost a legendary tennis coach when John Officer retired last April after 29 seasons at the helm. The Midshipmen compiled a phenomenal 460-303 record and captured 10 conference championships under Officer's direction. Needless to say, Chris Garner...
  • Eagles continue to bolster defense on third day of NFL draft

    Eagles continue to bolster defense on third day of NFL draft
    PHILADELPHIA — JaCorey Shepherd and Randall Evans soon won't be in Kansas anymore. Thanks to the Eagles taking them minutes apart in the sixth round of the NFL Draft, the cornerbacks from Kansas and Kansas State, respectively, are heading to...
  • Iowa State's Paul Rhoads on hot seat, Cyclones ranked No. 119

    Iowa State's Paul Rhoads on hot seat, Cyclones ranked No. 119
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1...
  • Tony Romo's guarantee brings back memories of famous last words

    Tony Romo's guarantee brings back memories of famous last words
    It wasn't Joe Namath at the Miami Touchdown Club in 1969, but Tony Romo's Super Bowl guarantee at a recent awards dinner at the Omni Dallas Hotel certainly got our attention. It also calls to mind other memorable vows of victory -- some that turned out to...
  • UConn Women Set Two-Game Series With Kansas State

    UConn Women Set Two-Game Series With Kansas State
    Kansas State women's basketball website announced Tuesday that the Wildcats and three-time defending champion UConn will begin a home-and-home series on Nov. 23, 2015 in Connecticut. UConn will travel to Manhattan, Kan., in 2016-17. "I wanted three...