Shaka Smart was approached by UCLA and Minnesota about their vacancies, but he decided to remain at VCU and sign an extension.
Blaine Gabbert was the target of some anonymous criticism recently, and he finally decided to respond. See what the Jags QB said.
One NASCAR fan's obituary included a mention of Dale Earnhardt Sr. See exactly where the mention of The Intimidator came from.
A report claims that before her recently revealed relationship with Tiger Woods, skier Lindsey Vonn dated fellow Minnesotan and Kardashian ex Kris Humphries.
Olympic silver medalist Jeff Demps was expected to return to the Patriots for next season after signing a deal with the team last summer, but now appears to be headed for a return to track and field.
A reporter caught up with Crabtree and Cowboys counterpart Dez Bryant, where the conversation took an unsolicited turn to the former's confidence in both their abilities.
Less than six months after suffering a gruesome knee injury, the South Carolina running back engaged in rehab drills at the school's pro day workout.
NBA coaching legend Phil Jackson has joined the social media ranks by creating a Twitter profile and his choice of avatar is awesome.
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price announced on Twitter that he'll be on the lookout for fans in Rays gear and will be giving away 100 tickets to the season opener.
Called the "Chance 2 Advance" plan, the Brewers are offering a unique chance to buy tickets where the quality of each seat is tied to the on-field success of the team.
Rob Gronkowski, criticized last month for performing a wrestling move on a friend while his arm was in a cast, said he would never put himself in harm's way.
The Heat have three games to play before they face the Knicks, but head coach Mike Woodson implied that he hopes the winning streak in intact when the two teams meet.
A artisan chocolate company in Fort Meyers has created high-heels made entirely out of chocolate in honor of Florida Gulf Coast University's remarkable run.
Tiger Woods' new Nike ad is creating a social media storm. The ad's tagline, "Winning takes care of everything," is causing it to have its fair share of critics.
Manny Pacquiao insists that he is far too occupied with other things to even think about boxing, saying, "I’m very busy right now. Boxing is not in my mind."
Kenyon Martin, now with the Knicks, ripped the Celtics for having the chance to sign him but deciding to pass on him instead.
Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman went off on a media member after a question about comparing his team to a circus.
The Lakers will be without Metta World Peace for at least a week as the team learned the forward has a tear in his right knee.
Dez Bryant is still a young player and believes he can do a lot more than he has so far. He's hoping to crack 2,000 receiving yards.
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