The most famous alum in University of Northern Iowa history is the electrifying Kurt Warner.
Wisconsin alum J.J. Watt is in Indianapolis for Monday’s national title battle between the Badgers and Duke Blue Devils to cap the 2015 college basketball season. Watt, the defending NFL Defensive Player of the Year, had some company with him in the form of tennis player Caroline Wozniacki.
The University of Kentucky saw their perfect season go up in smoke on Saturday night when they lost 71-64 to Wisconsin in the Final Four’s national semifinal round.
Ndamukong Suh received a two-game suspension on Tuesday from NFL boss Roger Goodell after his Thanksgiving Day stomp of Green Bay’s Evan Dietrich-Smith. Some drew a parallel between Suh’s move and Albert Haynesworth’s stomp of then-Cowboys offensive lineman Andre Gurode back in 2006.
Until the NFL Lockout ends, we will bring you random daily items in an effort to improve your life, raise general awareness, or to provide further distraction from such ominous terms as “collective bargaining agreement”, “federal mediator”, or “18-game season”.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=John+Wooden&iid=3309921″ src=”e/a/f/d/d4.JPG?adImageId=13107531&imageId=3309921″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] This morning our world is missing one of the greatest leaders of any field, legendary U.C.L.A. coach John Wooden. The man who led U.C.L.A. basketball to 10 NCAA titles passed away at the age of 99 yesterday.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Duke&iid=8440295″ src=”6/a/4/c/NCAA_Championship_Game_3b9e.jpg?adImageId=12158691&imageId=8440295″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] Here is a bit of useless trivia. One Shining Moment was supposed to be used not for the NCAA tourney but for the Super Bowl. It was set to debut back in 1987 during the postgame coverage of Super Bowl […]
Gus Johnson was on fire last night/early morning during the Xavier-Kansas State double overtime thriller. While it’s not on par with the epic UCLA-Gonzaga finish, it was the quite the battle. Sit and back enjoy the calls of the great Gus Johnson. BAMMMMM!!!!!!
What happens when a bench player on the Ohio State Buckeyes’ basketball team meets an 80s hair band? You Tube gold my friends. Mark Titus of Club Trillion fame sets out to prove his naysayers wrong.
Someone decided it was a good idea to put together a Gus Johnson soundboard site and what a grand idea it was. The board features several of Gus’ trademark calls but is probably best used when one keeps clicking on random words.