Sydney Leroux Speaks On Tattoos, Writing And Prospects For 2016 Rio Olympics
The USWNT star talks about what's meaningful to her.
Utah Scores Big Win At Oregon, Punctuates Pac-12 'Road Warrior' Dynamic
Big wins by Utah, USC and UCLA help spice the intrigue in a conference loaded with contenders.
Pac-12 Kicks Off College Football's Real Season With Conference Showdowns
The Wildcats are unbeaten but untested while Bruins freshman QB Josh Rosen has cooled off after a sizzling debut.
Notre Dame Independence Might Become Big Headache For Playoff Committee
With the possible exception of its Oct. 3 game at Clemson, Notre Dame will be favored to win its remaining games, and that means at least two Power 5 conference winners will be excluded.
College Football 2015: Season-Opening AP Poll Paired With Local Craft Breweries
The season-opening AP Top 25 poll is out, and here are the pairings for quality breweries near campus.
Bill Walton, World's Tallest Deadhead, Attends The Grateful Dead's Final Shows
The 62-year-old is having the time of his life at the "Fare Thee Well" tour in California and Chicago.
Bill Walton Will Not Pick A Favorite Between Karl-Anthony Towns And Jahlil Okafor
Freshmen center Karl-Anthony Towns and Jahlil Okafor are expected to be the top two overall picks, but don't look to the Hall of Famer for help on deciding which one is better.
Jacket Of Legendary UCLA Basketball Coach John Wooden Could Go For $150,000
The vintage UCLA sweater goes up for auction.
Remembering The Day Louisville Beat UCLA In First Modern NCAA Tournament
On March 24, 1980, the Cardinals won what would later be considered the first March Madness tournament of the modern era.
Remembering The Day UCLA's 88-Game Winning Streak Came To An End
On January 19, 1974, No. 2 Notre Dame rallied from 11 down late to stun No. 1 UCLA, 71-70, ending the greatest winning streak men's college basketball has ever seen.