Arguably the single biggest entity of the last decade (maybe longer) in college basketball, Zion Williamson is getting the superstar treatment. The freshman possesses an elite level of athleticism never before seen in someone his size and has captivated audiences nationwide with his nightly allotment of highlight-reel plays. As aRead More →

Most of the teams competing in this year’s NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament have mascots that make sense as sports mascots: Bears (Baylor), Cardinals (Iowa State), Wildcats (Kansas State). But others have mascots that are real head-scratchers, such as the Billikens (Saint Louis) or the Hokies (Virginia Tech). Here areRead More →

After suffering injuries during his last two seasons with Yale, Makai Mason made history and became the first graduate transfer in the history of Baylor basketball. Coincidentally, a Mason-led Yale team actually knocked Baylor out of the NCAA tournament three years ago. Although he has only appeared in one gameRead More →

Ichiro Suzuki, the first true Japanese superstar to play in Major League Baseball, retired Thursday following an emotional farewell game in Tokyo, Forbes reports. And with the outfielder bookending his career by finishing it where it began — in Japan — it is time to look back on how heRead More →