On Sunday, De'Mornay Pierson-El scored his first touchdown in the XFL for the St. Louis BattleHawks and then dedicated the score to his grandmother, who passed away about a week ago.
The Rebels (13-12 overall, 4-8 SEC) look unassuming on paper, but Ole Miss has played its strongest month of basketball yet.
Five legendary former Montana State athletes and a pair of men’s basketball squads that thrilled Bobcat fans are set for induction in the Bobcat Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday.
Scott Frost was regarded as one of the best hires of the late-2017 coaching carousel. But he's only 9-15 overall at NU. Good thing he has thick skin.
Chris Dishman lost his wife, Audra, to suicide six months ago. He now wants to help others by promoting mental health awareness.
Tigers in good shape going into SEC championships. The men look to build on a second place finish last year, and the women from a seventh place finish.
SIU football is bolstering their defensive line and secondary in the 2020 class. The Salukis have signed five defensive linemen and five defensive backs.
Auburn found itself in an all-too-familiar position in Columbia, Mo. — down double digits in the second half of a road game.
TUSCALOOSA — On a day a true program trailblazer was immortalized, the Alabama men’s basketball team did its best to keep its path to the NCAA tournament alive and well.
Missouri guard Dru Smith lines up for a free throw on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers played in front of a season-high crowd of 12,506.
Elsewhere, Missouri track & field competed in Arkansas and Iowa; three Tolton wrestlers qualified for the state tournament.
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin break down the latest news on the University of Wisconsin basketball and football beats.
Our Wisconsin State Journal team offers a closer look at the athletes that have committed to playing football at the University of Wisconsin beginning in the 2020 season.
Reporter Jim Polzin and columnist Tom Oates offer an in-depth breakdown of the University of Wisconsin men's basketball team and the rest of the Big Ten Conference in the Wisconsin State Journal's annual Badgers season preview.
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team officially announced its 2020 recruiting class Wednesday during its win over McNeese State at the Kohl Center.
The Class of 2019 signee played in four games last season and appeared to be in the mix for more playing time in a crowded position group.
The Missouri track and field team had multiple athletes move up the record books, while both Battle and Rock Bridge boys basketball teams earned victories on Friday night.
AUBURN — Auburn's Isaac Okoro is listed as questionable to play Saturday at Missouri, but head coach Bruce Pearl said the team will not rush him back.
Nebraska football on Thursday announced several future non-conference games, including a new home-and-home series with a Big 12 opponent.
Elsewhere, a Columbia College runner earned a national award and Battle's softball coach joined the staff at Stephens College.
The MU guard faced self-doubt and little prep recruitment. It took leaving his only home to find himself and the talent those who believed in him always knew he had.
It’s been quite some time since we pulled the T-bird out of the garage, but the cover’s off and the ol’ gal started right up. Time for the first of many offseason drives.
AUBURN — Not one person crammed inside an all-orange Auburn Arena on Wednesday night thought they would be here again. Not after their No. 11-ranked Tigers scored the game’s first 16 points to open up a commanding lead. Not with revenge for an earlier loss against rival Alabama on the mind.
AUBURN —John Petty Jr.’s game-tying 3-pointer swished through the net with ease with 14 seconds remaining to even up a game that appeared over 4:18 into the contest Wednesday night.
LARAMIE — Mark Willis was never really interested in pursuing an NFL career. Keenan Montgomery’s body — more specifically, his head — stopped him from chasing one.
It took some conditioning, but after strong back-to-back statlines, the freshman is looking to make his energy and pizzazz permanent staples of the Missouri rotation.
The Spartans are hiring Mel Tucker, who played defensive back for UW in the 1990s, away from Colorado, with the first report by Bruce Feldman of The Athletic.
Ashton Hausmann was the first walk-on to commit to Nebraska's 2020 class, and six months later, his former teammate and housemate decided to join him.
Missouri wrestling's senior night will feature a halftime performance from volunteer assistant coach Dom Bradley, who is competing in a tuneup for the 2020 Olympic Trials in April.