BERKELEY, Calif. -- Cal began its first set of spring practices under new coach Sonny Dykes on Feb. 25, and anyone who so desires can plop down in the stands of Memorial Stadium and watch. "Our deal is, we've got nothing to hide," Dykes said. Visitors on a recent late afternoon mostly saw a mass of confusion -- five balls in the air once; players racing to the line for another snap; and lots and lots of shouting -- from both coaches and players.
PHOENIX -- Former University of Illinois catcher Chris Robinson inadvertently triggered a benches-clearing brawl in the ninth inning of Canada's 10-3 victory that eliminated Mexico from the World Baseball Classic.
Compiling as many blue-chip recruits as possible is the aim of every major program this time of year. Yet even that doesn’t always ensure success on the field. “Can’t miss” prospects miss all the time.
I never would have thought we would be talking about a non-call in the Super Bowl again. At least not so soon.
But in a season that began with replacement referees and ended on a 4th and 5 hold — and yes, it was a hold — one has to seriously be concerned with the state of officiating.
Recruiting can be a cutthroat business.
One well-placed San Francisco 49ers source s
GRAPEVINE — Although stressing that bigger does not always mean better, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Wednesday that league officials “could be proactive” on the expansion front and will address the topic in league meetings later this month.
ESPN writer speculates about the new coach's future.