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  • Ashley Judd to press charges over vulgar tweets during Kentucky game

    Ashley Judd to press charges over vulgar tweets during Kentucky game
    Actress Ashley Judd said she's pressing charges against the cyberbullies who explicitly attacked her on social media over a tweet she posted during the SEC championship game Sunday between Kentucky and Arkansas. "Everyone needs to take personal...
  • NCAA fan Ashley Judd tells why she took Twitter attacks so personally

    NCAA fan Ashley Judd tells why she took Twitter attacks so personally
    Ashley Judd is continuing to fight back against what she describes as a "tsunami of gender-based violence and misogyny" she received on Twitter after tweeting an opinion on the SEC championship game between Kentucky and Arkansas on Sunday. Days after...
  • SEC: Five conference games to watch in 2015

    SEC: Five conference games to watch in 2015
      The SEC has been king of the college football world for some time now, but the league’s poor showing in the postseason has some questioning if that will continue. Alabama will once again be the favorite to win the conference crown – that...
  • UConn Football: 22nd Toughest Schedule In Country

    UConn Football: 22nd Toughest Schedule In Country
    UConn will not only have the toughest football schedule in the American Athletic Conference in 2015 but the 22nd toughest in the nation, according to FBschedules.com. The Huskies are tied for No. 22 with Southeastern Conference member South Carolina....
  • UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament

    UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament
    The road to the Final Four starts in Storrs, runs through Albany, and ends in Tampa, Fla., UConn's destination as it chases another NCAA title. The Huskies are No. 1 in the country and a heavy favorite to cut down the net next month in Tampa, site of...
  • 34-0 Kentucky tops Arkansas in SEC championship game

    34-0 Kentucky tops Arkansas in SEC championship game
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Willie Cauley-Stein scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and top-ranked Kentucky never trailed in beating No. 21 Arkansas 78-63 on Sunday in the Southeastern Conference Tournament championship game. The Wildcats (34-0) are...
  • New Gators coach Jim McElwain poised to open first spring practice with much to address

    New Gators coach Jim McElwain poised to open first spring practice with much to address
    GAINESVILLE — The Gators return to the practice field Monday with new head coach Jim McElwain and renewed hope. UF now has 15 practices, including the April 11 Orange and Blue game, to begin to lay the foundation for the future. McElwain and his...
  • NCAA tournament bubble watch

    NCAA tournament bubble watch
    In just four days, teams learn their fates. Some already are sealed. Others can change during conference tournaments. And a few hinge on the downfall of other teams. Conference tourneys this week could be the make-or-break moments for college...
  • Gators exit SEC tournament with 64-49 loss to unbeaten Kentucky

    Gators exit SEC tournament with 64-49 loss to unbeaten Kentucky
    The Florida Gators entered this week the defending SEC champions, but will not advance past even the quarterfinals following their first losing regular-season since 1996-97. A 64-49 loss Friday to unbeaten Kentucky could be the final game for coach...
  • UF hoops eager to improve now, not next season

    UF hoops eager to improve now, not next season
    GAINESVILLE — History says things will turn around next season for coach Billy Donovan's Florida Gators. The last time UF finished with a losing SEC record — in 1997-98 — the Gators recovered to reach the Sweet 16 the next season and...
  • If Kentucky goes unbeaten, a greater accomplishment than Indiana's

    If Kentucky goes unbeaten, a greater accomplishment than Indiana's
    Try really hard, and you can find parallels between the 1975-76 Indiana Hoosiers and the current Kentucky Wildcats. Both opened the season ranked No. 1. Both fan bases are hyper-demanding. The Wildcats have to deal with lunatics on Twitter; the Hoosiers...