- TOWEL TALK: Enos talks CMU, Bahamas Bowl December 18, 2014Central Michigan coach Dan Enos talks here about his team. The Chippewas (7-5) face Western Kentucky (7-5) at 11 a.m.CST Wednesday in the Bahamas Bowl.
- Savage takes leadership role December 18, 2014After an 0-3 start, the Warren Central boys’ basketball team was looking for a leader.
- TOWEL TALK: Brohm's final thoughts before Bahamas December 18, 2014Western Kentucky coach Jeff Brohm met with the media Thursday, the final such meeting before he and the Hilltoppers depart Saturday for Wednesday's Bahamas Bowl.
- Lasley helps SWHS sets the tone December 18, 2014Freshman guard Amaya Lasley did her part to help South Warren get off to a good start in District 14 play, scoring 18 points in a 72-35 win at Warren East on Friday.
- C-USA baseball tournament to be held at USM December 18, 2014C-USA baseball tourney to be held at USM
- Jaguars must build on positive momentum in offseasonThe Jacksonville Jaguars avoid sitting in the AFC South cellar with a win against the Tennessee Titans.
- Jags DT celebrates like Johnny Manziel after triggering $600K bonusThe Jaguars' veteran defensive tackle celebrated for two reasons when he dropped Charlie Whitehurst to the ground.
- Jordan's game-worn UNC shoes go for $33K at auctionBefore Michael Jordan rocked his own brand on his feet, he sported some stylish Converse sneakers in his college days. Unsurprisingly, those shoes he wore when he played for the University of North Carolina fetched a good chunk of change at a recent auction.
- Oliver Luck is the right hire at the right time for overcriticized NCAAThe message with the hiring of Oliver Luck to be the No. 2 to NCAA president Mark Emmert in a newly created position of executive vice president of regulatory affairs? The NCAA finally understands that as the big-money world of collegiate sports is rapidly changing around it, it must change too â and quickly.
- Jon Jones 'offended' by UFC 182 promotionUFC champion Jon Jones says he is 'a little offended' by the UFC using his own actions and words to promote UFC 182.
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