Seven women and three men were picked Monday to decide the government’s lawsuit charging billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban with insider trading.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is expected to testify in his federal trial which began today on charges that he benefited from insider trading.
With the Dallas Mavericks’ season-opening game still a month away, the basketball team’s outspoken owner, Mark Cuban, will be seeing a different kind of court this week.
With the remaining cream puffs in the rear view mirror, the top Heisman candidates will now begin conference play and the list will continue to shrink.
While the offense ranks third in the nation in total yards, the defense has struggled and is allowing more yards than all but 10 teams in the nation (489 yards per game).
Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel has the Heisman Trophy. Alabama’s A.J. McCarron has the national championships. The gaudy stats are popping up everywhere.
Texas A&M’s defense allowed six long touchdown drives to top-ranked Alabama and defensive coordinator Mark Snyder says the lessons his young players learned will last a long time.
None of it, not Johnny Football nor the school’s traditions, quite made since until Saturday, Sept. 14 in the grudge match against perennial powerhouse Alabama that will now go down as one of this year’s classic football games.
Unable to stop Johnny Manziel, Alabama answered Texas A&M the only way it could: The top-ranked Crimson Tide just kept on scoring, hoping to have the ball last.
Twitter finally has decided to go public, but it’s taking a route that will keep most of the details about its business private for a while longer.
Mark Cuban’s lawyers will not be permitted to use additional measures to weed out potential jurors based on pre-trial publicity about the billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner’s insider trading case, a Texas federal judge has ruled.
According to a story released by Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday evening, one current and four former SEC football players received impermissible benefits during their college careers.