Here’s a fun, unedited moment from inside the Houston Rockets huddle:
Ohio State defensive coordinator Chris Ash has been hired to be the new head coach at Rutgers, and he wants everyone to know how excited he is about the new job:
According to numerous reports, what has been rumored for days has come true: Shaka Smart is leaving VCU to become the University of Texas’s next head basketball coach.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the San Francisco 49ers are about to make defensive line coach Jim Tomsula the new head coach of the team. Feel free to pretend like you know all about Jim Tomsula and are therefore capable of determining whether this is a good or bad move.
Well, that escalated quickly. Over the weekend, reports about Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd's unhappiness with his employers began to surface, along with talk that the first-year head coach was looking to escape to Milwaukee. Now it's being reported that Kidd has gotten his wish.
Do you pay someone money to help you with "fitness" in some way? Let me ask you a personal question: Does he or she suck? Oh it is quite likely, yes.
Sunderland manager Paolo "I'm Not A Fascist" Di Canio was fired on Sunday, just 13 games into his first coaching job in the Premier League. He went out with a bang, though, as he engaged in a very odd confrontation with Sunderland fans after a 3-0 loss to West Brom on Saturday.
Rutgers gave athletic director Tim Pernetti the boot on Friday after Mike "50 Hot Ones Comin' At Ya!" Rice was shitcanned for turning basketball practice into his own dodgeball refresher course. But because the only thing he did that was truly anathema to the big-time sports hivemind was to get caught, Rice remains…
Yesterday we lauded San Diego State's Rocky Long for potentially eschewing the kick (field goals or punts) in fourth-down situations, a strategic move that's become something of a totem in the advanced football stats discussion. Today, kind of the opposite: it seems college coaches are lining up to imitate the…
We've already told you about Jerry Sandusky's attempt last year to become a volunteer assistant coach at D-III Juniata College in central Pennsylvania. His effort was thwarted when a background check revealed the inconvenient detail that he was under investigation for something. And even though the check did not…
Believe it or not, there was a logic behind pairing no-name, unassuming Erik Spoelstra with the great collection of free agent talent basketball's ever seen. But by launching a day's headlines worth of "crying" stories, then keeping it in the news by backtracking, he's blown that logic to hell.