Monday, college basketball will crown its champions—putting an end to all the madness. The Butler Bulldogs will take on the University of Connecticut Huskies in the NCAA Final. They’re not the only ones clearing space for potential new trophies. The Bulls are number one in the East.
As we head into the first weekend of the Major League Baseball season, many Americans will be tuning in to root for their favorite teams, including 94-year-old Sister Vincent Cecire.Cecire entered the convent in 1934 and has been devoted to the Dodgers ever since they won their first World Series in
The NCAA tournament continues tonight; but basketball action isn’t limited to college. The high school level offers some of the best tournament play in Indiana. This so-called Hoosier Hysteria dredges up mythic stories of underdog teams beating all odds.
Russian authorities will expedite the visa process for the world figure skating championships that Moscow has taken over from earthquake-ravaged Japan, Russia's top Olympic official said Friday.Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov, who heads the Russian Olympic Committee, told The Associated Press