Jim Boheim’s Vacated Wins Won’t Affect Fanbase We have seen it all happen before in NCAA scandals. It doesn’t matter if its basketball or football, along the way some wrong doing has occurred that has resulted in penalties
College basketball analyst Vin Parise joined Mike Tuck and Jerry O’Neill on the show Friday to talk the battle for top seeds, and who needs wins on the bubble. Click to here the full interview, below. http://audio.sportstalkflorida.com/1080/tuckandoneill/VinParise_2-27-15.mp3 The Tuck
LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett are three players who made a sizable impact on the National Basketball Association without attending college. But sometime in 2004, NBA Commissioner David Stern decided to become the “education” commissioner because an
VP Of Women’s NCAA Basketball Championships Anucha Browne On The Final Four VP Of Women’s NCAA Basketball Championships Anucha Browne joined Tom Veit today to talk about Tampa’s hosting of the Women’s Basketball Final Four. A lot of the
Selection Sunday is just about a month away, and ESPN’s Joe Lunardi isn’t showing much love for the state of Florida in his latest bracketology. According to the NCAA bracket updated February 16, The Sunshine State has just one
Mo’ne Davis is going to be a problem for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. She is one of those rare athletes that doesn’t need the NCAA to succeed, as she has already made it big after her 2014 Little
The Pennsylvania lawmaker whose lawsuit led the NCAA to lift the last of Penn State's sanctions stemming from the Jerry Sandusky scandal says the organization's president, Mark Emmert, should be fired.
Reports have surfaced this morning that Dean Smith, the former head coach of the University of North Carolina from 1961-1997, has passed away at age 83.
The College Football Playoff will not be altering its schedule in 2015. There was some pressure to move the Orange Bowl and Cotton Bowl off of Dec. 31 to Jan 2 but that won’t ever happen. “We reviewed it
The majority of the country will be fixated on Super Bowl XLIX come Sunday afternoon, and rightfully so. Most of the pregame shows start around noon, with the actual game not starting until 6:30 p.m. Does anybody really need