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  • Carolina Carmichael is pole vaulting her way onto world stage

    Carolina Carmichael is pole vaulting her way onto world stage
    if you browsed the Web for "Memphis women's track" on Monday morning, when you got to the home page, a big photo of Carolina Carmichael was staring you in the face. The Lake Forest graduate wasn't there by mistake. And the way she's been performing...
  • Calipari, Kaminsky take top honors from The Associated Press

    John Calipari has been dealing with detractors for years. They call him the embodiment of everything that's wrong in the one-and-done world of college basketball. He's a crook who landed two programs on probation, a snake-oil salesman who only won a...
  • NFL hires Sarah Thomas as first full-time female official

    NFL hires Sarah Thomas as first full-time female official
    The NFL officially hired Sarah Thomas as a line judge Wednesday, making her the league's first full-time female official. Thomas is among nine new full-time officials hired by the NFL for the upcoming 2015 season. Her hiring was first reported last week...
  • Kentucky's John Calipari makes Hall of Fame

    INDIANAPOLIS When the call came telling him he had been voted into the Hall of Fame, Kentucky coach John Calipari had an immediate reaction. He steered his car to the curb, and let the reality of basketball's greatest honor soak in. "To be honest, got...
  • In a first, NFL offers Sarah Thomas a game official job, insider says

    In a first, NFL offers Sarah Thomas a game official job, insider says
    The call came from one retired NFL game official to another. Joe Haynes, who had moved on to scouting officiating prospects, phoned Gerry Austin, then coordinator of officials for Conference USA. "Gerry," Haynes said, "I've got a high school official...
  • AAC preview: key non-conference games to watch in 2015

    AAC preview: key non-conference games to watch in 2015
      Officials from American Athletic Conference have always been very proud of the fact its members play one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the country. And by the looks of it this season, that’s still the case. Here are 10 key games to...
  • 30 Things You Might Not Know About Teams In AAC Tourney

    30 Things You Might Not Know About Teams In AAC Tourney
    The American Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament comes to Hartford this week. UConn, seeded sixth among 11 teams, will have to win four games in four days to get the league's automatic NCAA bid. Here are 30 things to know about teams in the...
  • Shaq memories: A look back at Shaquille O'Neal's tenure in Orlando

    Shaq memories: A look back at Shaquille O'Neal's tenure in Orlando
    Here's a dose of bittersweet irony: Nineteen years after he left, Shaquille O'Neal now will stay with the Orlando Magic for good. Finally, Shaq has a permanent home with the franchise at Amway Center. The Magic will induct him into the Orlando Magic...
  • Q&A with Memphis QB Paxton Lynch

    Q&A with Memphis QB Paxton Lynch
      Paxton Lynch has come a long way from his playing days at Trinity Christian Academy in Deltona, Fla. Lynch has found a home at Memphis where last season as the team’s starting quarterback, he led the Tigers to the program’s first 10-...
  • AAC preview: Five conference games to watch in 2015

    AAC preview: Five conference games to watch in 2015
      The American Athletic Conference continues its evolution this season with the addition of Navy. The move finally allows the league to break into divisions while creating a much-needed conference championship game. Keeping that in mind, here are five...
  • UCF men's basketball looking to make huge strides next season, Donnie Jones said

    UCF men's basketball looking to make huge strides next season, Donnie Jones said
    With a host of young and inexperienced players on UCF's shallow roster, head coach Donnie Jones knew he was in for a challenging season.  The Knights struggled during their second season in the American Athletic Conference having posted a 12-18 record...