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Makayla Epps saw the belt sitting there and couldn’t take her eyes off of it. “He just had this belt sitting on the couch like a trophy,” the Kentucky star said of the WWE replica championship belt sitting on the couch of UK running back Boom Williams. Epps was hanging out with Williams. . . Read More
Matthew Mitchell deemed it a fruitful Big Blue Madness not because his Cats got an important commitment a few days later from a top post player, but because he managed to get through his annual dance routine. “I was not booed and I didn’t have anything hurled at me, so that’s always a successful. . . Read More
On orders from Kelsey Plum, Mike Neighbors' Final Four ring sits in a box at his office. After guiding the Huskies to their first NCAA tournament semifinals, the Washington women's basketball coach would sometimes wear the commemorative jewelry during recruiting trips in the summer to impress high. . . Read More
As soon as Southeastern Conference Player of the Year A’ja Wilson learned that a player from one of South Carolina’s most hated rivals was transferring from Kentucky to play for the Gamecocks, she couldn’t help herself. “I picked at her as soon as she committed here,” the junior forward said of. . . Read More
For the second consecutive WNBA Finals game, the league acknowledged a late officiating mistake. The WNBA said the officials missed a shot clock violation in the deciding Game 5 Thursday night in which the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Minnesota Lynx 77-76. "After reviewing postgame video, we have. . . Read More
The 20th season of the WNBA ended with an amazing final game that is sure to warm the hearts of Sparks fans and irritate Lynx fans for years to come. In Los Angeles' 77-76 victory in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals on Thursday, there were huge shots, key rebounds, crucial steals -- and one controversial. . . Read More
Any way you look at it, the Chippewas are formidable. The top four scorers return in Presley Hudson (13.9 points per game), Tinara Moore (13.7), Cassie Breen (12.6) and Jewel Cotton (8.8) from a team that finished 22-11, won the MAC West and finished runner-up in the league tournament.. . . Read More
Nneka Ogwumike's short jumper with 3.1 seconds left gave the Los Angeles Sparks a 77-76 victory over the defending champion Minnesota Lynx for their first title in 14 years in the deciding game of the WNBA Finals on Thursday night. The league MVP joined her teammates in celebration as a stunned cro. . . Read More



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