30 NBA Players Drafted Out Of High school


The below are a list of 30 NBA Players Drafted Out Of High School. The are in chronological order.   2000 1.  Darius Miles Position: F Drafted to: The Los Angeles Clippers Alma mater: East St. Louis High School (East St. Louis, Illinois)   2. DeShawn Stevenson Position: G Drafted to: The Utah Jazz Alma mater: Washington Union High School (Fresno, California) 2001 3. Kwame Brown Position: F Drafted to: The Washington Wizards… Read More

Where Did RG3 Go To College?


Who The Hell Is RG3? Well RG3, despite your first guess, isn’t the gay gold-plated personal assistant robot from Star Wars. That my friend is C3PO @__@… So who is this guy getting all this buzz. Allow me to explain. Robert Griffin III (RG3) is an American football quarterback for the Washington Redskins. Griffin was born in Japan on February 12, 1990 where his parents, Robert Jr. and Jacqueline, both U.S. Army… Read More

What Colleges Did Miami Playoffs Players Attend?


With the playoffs games on almost every major sports channel, I figured it would be worth while to find out What Colleges The 2012 Miami Heat Playoff Players Attend? 2011-2012 Miami Heat Playoff Players Roster Joel Anthony Birthday: August 9, 1982 Years in NBA: 4 Jersey Number: 50 Height & Weight: 6’9″ , 245lbs Position: Center Alma Mater: University of Nevada, Las Vegas   Shane Battier Birthday: September 9, 1978 Years in… Read More

What Colleges Did The 2012 Thunder Players Attend?


With the playoffs games on almost every major sports channel, I figured it would be worth while to find out What Colleges The 2012 OKC Thunder Players Attend? 2011-2012 Oklahoma City Thunder Players Roster Cole Aldrich Birthday: October 31, 1988 Years in NBA: 1 Jersey Number: 45 Height & Weight: 6’11” , 245lbs Position: Center Alma Mater: University of Kansas   Nick Collison   Birthday: October 26, 1980 Years in NBA: 7 Jersey Number:… Read More

When I Was In College: DeMarco Murray

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Dallas Cowboys all-star running back and graduate of the University of Oklahoma, DeMarco Murary sits down to talk about his favorite college memories. From his favorite women’s studies class, to dating his football coaches niece and more.

Alabama beats LSU, wins college football championship [vid]


(CNN) — Alabama exacted revenge and clinched the Bowl Championship Series title on Monday night, besting Louisiana State University 21-0. The Crimson Tide cleared up past problems with its special teams, kicking five field goals to become champions of college football. Alabama’s stifling defense battered LSU the entire game, holding the Tigers to just five first downs. “It was great team win. Our defense did a good job. Our offense controlled the… Read More

Mason’s point guard, arrested on felony larceny charges


ANDRE CORNELIUS, SENIOR POINT GUARD FOR MASON’S MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM, HAS BEEN SUSPENDED from the team pending the outcome of credit card fraud and larceny charges, stemming from his arrest Friday.

Central State Football Player, Fatally Shot In Ohio


CINCINNATI —A CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HAS DIED AFTER BEING SHOT AT A DAYTON, OHIO, NIGHTCLUB and an arrest warrant has been issued for the man suspected of shooting into the club, killing the player and wounding another student, authorities said Friday.

NBA Lockout May Be For Real


By Cody Norman The autumn season is one of my favorite times of the sports year. It marks the beginning of the football season – NCAA and NFL; the end of the baseball playoffs; and, my personal favorite, the tip-off to the collegiate and professional basketball seasons.

The Shame of College Sports


By Taylor Branch A litany of scandals in recent years have made the corruption of college sports constant front-page news. We profess outrage each time we learn that yet another student-athlete has been taking money under the table. But the real scandal is the very structure of college sports, wherein student-athletes generate billions of dollars for universities and private companies while earning nothing for themselves. Here, a leading civil-rights historian makes the… Read More