The 62-year-old Smith is the fourth coach in as many years for the Red Raiders and he’s led them to more Big 12 wins than the previous two seasons combined and to victories over two Top 25 teams in the past month.
Multiple operations couldn’t fix the detached retina and save his vision after a previous injury was aggravated doing a routine dunk before a middle school game.
Mr. Smart’s actions were a clear violation of the Big 12 Conference’s sportsmanship.
Less than two years after Brown returned to college, a quarter-century after he won a national title at Kansas and with a record nine NBA head jobs to his credit, the No. 23 Mustangs (19-5) are in The Associated Press poll for the first time since March 1985.
OSU’s Marcus Smart is suspended three games for shoving a Texas Tech fan. The incident shows how volatile the interaction between fans and athletes is becoming.
Oklahoma State star Marcus Smart was suspended three games Sunday by the Big 12 for shoving a fan in the closing seconds of the Cowboys’ loss at Texas Tech on Saturday night.
Officials announced Friday the three-year deal that goes through the 2016 game played on the TCU campus. Financial details weren’t released, but the deal includes an option for more games.
Texas coach Charlie Strong barely had a month to accept his new job, move to Austin and somehow hold together the Longhorns’ 2014 recruiting class after Mack Brown’s sudden departure after 16 years.
The death of a 23-year old TCU student who was found dead at his off-campus residence Tuesday morning has been ruled a homicide.
My time at the Senior Bowl is up, but after seeing four practices and having nearly 48 hours to talk to scouts, agents and team representatives, there are plenty of thoughts on my mind about the NFL prospects in Mobile.
Senior Bowl veterans will tell you that Day 2 is always cleaner than Day 1. The reality of college all-star games is that players are working with unfamiliar teammates under the direction of unfamiliar coaches who are using unfamiliar terminology
A lack of funding at one North Texas college meant possibly shuttering the doors, but a group of students were able to raise enough money to keep their school open.