The Big 12 should be an interesting league to follow in 2015. Although the conference was left out of the final four of the college football playoff last season, Baylor and TCU will be back in the mix once again in 2015. And of course, the league should have depth with Oklahoma and Texas looking to rebound, as well as an Oklahoma State team that is set to improve behind sophomore quarterback Mason Rudolph.
College basketball coaches are always in a process of becoming.
Every coach in the profession is looking for the next milestone. Well, every coach except for Mike Krzyzewski.
If you follow the sport closely, you probably have an opinion on the best coach without a national title, the best coach without a Final Four, the best coach outside of a power conference, the best coach under 40, or whatever the case may be.
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott and teammates Damian Williams and Torrey Dale were attacked during a concert on spring break in Panama City, Fla, but all three players avoided major injuries from the incident. According to SunHerald.com, Prescott does not plan on pressing charges.
Prescott tweeted this on Monday night after news about the incident surfaced:
Hot Sauce is a legend on the Streetball tour. And after watching this video, you will know why. Hot Sauce's killer crossover leaves the defender in the splits. The defender just stays down while Hot Sauce has the 'this is too easy' face. The crossover was pretty spectacular, but the reactions make the whole video epic.
Fun Fact: Hot Sauce made his film debut in 2006 in the movie Crossover. I guess that fit him pretty well.
This season, NASCAR trumpeted its new rules package as another step toward greater parity within the Cup Series. A driver-adjustable track bar, new pit road officiating and tapered spacers were all designed to bring greater evolution to a sport that’s looking for photo finishes.
In a weird spring training moment on Sunday between the Angels and Royals, bees invaded a microphone attached to the net behind home plate at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Fans cleared the first six rows behind home plate and moved to the concourse. The Angels were forced off the field after already completing warm ups, and the start of the game was delayed 10 minutes while a beekeeper arrived to try and take care of the swarm.