The NHL’s general managers aren’t getting their way. Expect to see protected lists released on June 18.
In 1993, Duquesne’s new coach lost his job at Central Michigan for using a racial slur to, he says, motivate his players.
Nobody wants to lead the Dukes more than the former Ohio State player/current college basketball writer. Nobody at all.
Senators owner Eugene Melnyk thinks Sidney Crosby should sit for as long as Marc Methot is injured. He’s crazy, but he might not be totally
On Thursday, Dane Fife dismissed Duquesne and Pat Kelsey bailed on UMass.
The league is experimenting with ways to quicken games and cut back on pointless celebration penalties. Cool.
The Monmouth coach says he was never involved with the Dukes and isn’t going anywhere.
Premiering on April 19, the show will focus on LaFlamme’s rebound from a miscarriage and attempt to launch a clothing line.
In her first press conference at Pitt athletic director, Heather Lyke gave us a glimpse into her priorities and strategy.
Robert Morris’ head coach has seen his program picked apart by bigger schools, and he’s had enough.
The Pirates’ former third baseman-turned-first baseman is picking up a new position in Baltimore.
Hightower made a Pro Bowl with the Patriots and would replace Lawrence Timmons at linebacker.
The Dixon-Kevin Stallings dichotomy is never going to be more stark than it was on Thursday afternoon.
Teams are unlikely to release their list of protected players for the Vegas expansion draft. It’s a stupid decision.
Boeheim criticized the ACC for selecting Greensboro as a future tournament host.
A ball hit the Pirates’ top prospect in the face last spring. He’s still rocking extra protection on his helmet.
The Michigan safety/linebacker is fun, fills a need, starred at the NFL scouting combine and can do backflips. What’s not to like?
Two of the city’s professional teams say they’re struggling to work with the government agency in charge of stadium funds.
Meet Frank Corrado, the 23-year-old depth defenseman who drove Maple Leafs fans crazy for two seasons.
The trade deadline is Wednesday at 3 p.m. — and for the Penguins, it got a lot more interesting on Tuesday.
The highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL showed up in a suit that was designed to turn heads.