Archives for

NCAA

Basketball or bathrooms: The Tar Heel state is stuck

John Moody, RALEIGH –  You would think reasonable people could find compromise, especially on a fine, warm winter day, in a city named for a gracious nobleman, a place gracious and noble in its own right. But questions of personal choice – once just that, personal – have flared into an angry showdown between two

Donald Trump’s Argument for America #MAGA

Donald Trump’s campaign released a new television ad on Friday titled, “Donald Trump’s Argument for America.” The two-minute ad will run on prime time national news and entertainment channels, including NFL, NASCAR, and NCAA programs. It’s a $4 million ad purchase aimed at major markets in key battleground states including: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Nevada, Florida, Michigan, Ohio,

Clinton Doubles-Down On Corruption For The Status Quo Ticket

“It’s only fitting that Hillary Clinton would select an ethically challenged insider like Tim Kaine who’s personally benefited from the rigged system. While serving in government, Kaine has taken tens of thousands of dollars in freebies – more than $160,000 in fact – on free vacations, free clothes, and free tickets. If you think Crooked

Kentucky Will Face Connecticut for NCAA Basketball Championship

 The University of Kentucky and University of Connecticut both won at the Final Four to set up college basketball’s most improbable championship game matchup since the national tournament started seeding teams in 1979. Kentucky and its five freshmen starters rallied to beat Wisconsin 74-73 as Aaron Harrison hit a winning three-pointer in the closing seconds

Dale Earnhardt Jr. explains real reason he played JV basketball

Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn’t try to play junior varisty basketball because he thought he was a baller. He just wanted to get off campus from the Oak Ridge (N.C.) Military School. Earnhardt posted a “throwback Thursday” photo of his junior varsity team. He’s the short one on the left side of the photo. The photo

Here Is How to Kill the NCAA

 Jonathan Mahler ,  Earlier this week, the lawyers for a former West Virginia University running back, Shawne Alston, proposed a class-action lawsuit against the NCAA and the five power conferences. The suit claims that the NCAA has illegally capped athletic scholarships at a value below that of attending college. It seeks to recover all of