Auburn coach Gus Malzahn: "We’re in a new situation that our guys aren’t actively working out with us, so they’re going to be in a different physical standpoint when they come back."
TUSCALOOSA — Ten days after Alabama announced the hiring of its new strength and conditioning tandem of David Ballou and Dr. Matt Rhea, their job became a lot more complicated.
With no Final Four this weekend because of the coronavirus pandemic, who were the greatest one-and-done players in the history of men's college basketball?
Vols coach Jeremy Pruitt is reverting to lessons learned during his high school coaching days to have Tennessee ready whenever college football can hit the field again.
Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium would have hosted the NCAA men's semifinals Saturday. Instead, the 80,000 seats in the 3-year-old stadium were empty.
TUSCALOOSA — While concerns about the coronavirus pandemic have significantly altered life across the globe — including the cancellation of most spring sports and college football’s spring practice — some things never change.
AUBURN — Two weeks ago, Auburn athletes from every spring sport were left to grapple with the fact that their college careers had abruptly ended, without their say.
SEATTLE — Even with major leaguers likely to receive some semblance of another spring training to get ready, teams are going to have to be creative with how they handle starting pitchers whenever baseball returns.
Widely hailed as the right thing to do for student-athlete welfare, the NCAA's decision to extend spring sports athletes' eligibility a year because of the coronavirus pandemic is causing consternation for baseball coaches.
During a time when most across the country are sheltering in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tua Tagovailoa is hardly slowing down.
Editor's note: This is the time of year when we are usually offering feature stories on the Morgan County Sports Hall of Fame’s next inductees. Since there is no induction this year, we will look back at some of the more notable inductees over the years.
NEW YORK — The NCAA is planning to extend the eligibility of athletes on spring sports teams by one year to make up for the season lost to the new coronavirus.
After Michigan lost to Ohio State in the semifinals of the women's Big Ten Tournament, coach Kim Barnes Arico and her staff immediately hit the road. They intended to take advantage of a full week off before the NCAA tournament by making visiting as many potential recruits as possible.