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Seton Hall's Sterling Gibbs Suspended After Punching Villanova's Ryan Arcidiacono

The Pirates guard will sit for two games
Seton Hall's Sterling Gibbs Suspended After Punching Villanova's Ryan Arcidiacono

Seton Hall suspended guard Sterling Gibbs for two games for throwing a punch at Villanova’s Ryan Arcidiacono while fighting for a loose ball during the Wildcats’ 80-54 win Monday.

 

Gibbs was ejected for a flagrant foul for the incident in the second half.

 

Matt Kenseth 2015 Season Driver Preview

Kenseth is confident in the changes for 2015.
Matt Kenseth 2015 Season Driver Preview

Predicting where Matt Kenseth will end up at the end of this season isn’t easy after the results he’s turned in during the past two years. But there is good news buried inside that confusion: Even if Kenseth replicates the worst of his first two seasons at Joe Gibbs Racing, he’ll be a top-10 driver.

 

Jim Cantore Shares Incredible Images of Fenway Covered in Snow

The Red Sox have a lot of digging to do before Opening Day
Jim Cantore Shares Incredible Images of Fenway Covered in Snow

Opening Day is less than two months away.

 

Just keep repeating that, Boston Red Sox fans. Maybe it will help warm the soul. After one look at Fenway Park, though, maybe not.

 

Boston is enduring its snowiest month on record, and not even Fenway can escape.

 

Kyle Busch 2015 Season Driver Preview

Busch and new crew chief Adam Stevens look to carry success from XFINITY Series to Sprint Cup in 2015
Kyle Busch 2015 Season Driver Preview

Kyle Busch demands perfection from the racecar and has no qualms about ratcheting up the pressure on his crew chief to make that happen. It’s understandable that Busch has a periodic revolving door of team leaders, a merry-go-round that resulted in the move of former crew chief Dave Rogers to Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 11 team for this year.

 

18 Worst NFL Combine Busts of the First Round

NFL teams have been taking combine warriors for years in the first round.
18 Worst NFL Combine Busts of the First Round

Each year, the NFL drafts players in the first round based entirely on the NFL Scouting Combine or Pro Day workouts. To be considered a combine bust a player must fit three criteria:

 

1. They were average college players

2. They performed well at the combine/Pro Day

3. They are not good NFL players

 

Here are the top first-round NFL Combine busts of the modern era (1999): 

 

The NFL Combine: A Complete Waste of My Time

NFL owners will gather at the Combine and fawn over future busts this week.
The NFL Combine: A Complete Waste of My Time

The television ratings for the NFL Network's broadcast of the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine were up 60 percent compared to 2010.

 

In fact, the 2015 rendition will start a day earlier — Friday through Monday — in an effort to continue ratings growth.

 

People love the underwear Olympics, but for the life of me, I can't figure out why. 

 

Ranking the SEC's Football-Basketball Coaching Tandems

Auburn's dynamic duo takes top billing
Ranking the SEC's Football-Basketball Coaching Tandems

The SEC in general is regarded as the nation’s most football-mad conference. That much is true, but no longer is that coming at the expense of basketball.

 

Football coaches in the league generally will have among the highest salaries in the country and the most tools at their disposal to contend for national championships.

 

Outside of Kentucky, basketball hasn’t been as much of a consistent priority.

 

Michigan's Austin Hatch Receives USBWA Most Courageous Award

Wolverines freshman has overcome unthinkable adversity this season
Michigan's Austin Hatch Receives USBWA Most Courageous Award

Michigan freshman basketball player Austin Hatch will receive the U.S. Basketball Writers Association Most Courageous Award for 2015 for his perseverance in the face of unthinkable adversity.

 

If you haven’t heard about Hatch’s background, you should. It’s been one of the most inspiring stories of the basketball season.

 

Too Soon? Rivals Will "Actively Monitor" Two Sixth-Grade Prospects

This is a little weird, right?
Rivals Will Start to Actively Monitor At Least Two Sixth-Grade Prospects

Projecting how high school athletes might perform on the college and pro level is difficult enough.

 

Now, Rivals.com will monitor at least two sixth graders for the first time in the history of the site.

 

10 Lamest Nicknames in Professional Sports

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