No one will ever wear No. 22 again for the Boston Bruins. That’s the jersey number Willie O’Ree wore for Boston when he broke the color barrier in the National Hockey League in 1958.
Much is known about this NFL season after hundreds of games and five grueling months of popping pads. But it is the unknown that’s likely to spark the most conversation leading into the conference championships this Sunday, Jan. 24.
The name Rodman is very familiar to basketball fans. Now don’t be surprised if it becomes well known in the soccer world, too.
The “Kendrick Warren Show, Part 2” is coming soon to a basketball court near you.
Three former NFL players will be among the inductees into the CIAA’s 2021 John B. McLendon Hall of Fame.
J.J. Matthews Jr. might be described as a basketball “globetrotter,” but minus any of the comical theater.
Just one player (Eric Maynor in 2009) in the last three-plus decades of Virginia Commonwealth University basketball has averaged at least 20 points per game.
Pressley Harvin III has become the first African-American to win the Ray Guy Award, presented to the nation’s most outstanding college football punter.
The University of Alabama ran the table and never broke stride in doing so.
The Washington Football Team opened this season with a first round draft choice at quarterback and finished with an undrafted free agent as quarterback.