The NCAA Division I Council voted Wednesday to change the long-standing rule that forces transfer athletes in football and basketball to sit out a season at their new school, a report said.
Twenty women who had filed lawsuits against Deshaun Watson have amended their petitions to disclose their names, while a new lawsuit against the Texans quarterback was filed Wednesday afternoon. Another plaintiff has dropped her lawsuit “for now.”
ESPN 300 offensive lineman Jaheim Oatis, who first received an offer from Alabama coaches as an eighth grader, committed to the Crimson Tide on Wednesday.
Michael Malone says Jamal Murray is “devastated” after the Denver Nuggets’ star guard was diagnosed with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Canucks forward J.T. Miller told reporters on Wednesday that his team is being rushed onto the ice after a COVID-19 outbreak, saying it is “dangerous to a lot of players.”
Arizona hired Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd as its next men’s basketball head coach, it was announced on Wednesday.
White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon threw a no-hitter against the Indians on Wednesday, losing a perfect game in the ninth inning in Chicago’s 8-0 win
The Warriors’ Stephen Curry scored 42 points in Wednesday’s win, making 11 3-point field goals. In seven games this month, Curry is averaging 39.5 points.
If Zinedine Zidane guides this Real Madrid side to Champions League glory after eliminating Liverpool, he will get the full recognition he deserves.
Philly put itself in the driver’s seat for home-court advantage in the playoffs.