Cincinnati’s Cronin sidelined for medical reasons

This news just released from the University of Cincinnati: CINCINNATI – University of Cincinnati men’s basketball head coach Mick Cronin will not coach Saturday’s game against VCU for medical reasons. Associate head coach Larry Davis will lead the Bearcats in his absence. During a routine workup for lingering headaches it was discovered that Coach Cronin has […]

AAC announces schedule format for 2015-18 football seasons

NOTE: This was posted earlier today on this site. Something created an error message in the file. Sorry for the inconvenience. Once again, here is the press release: The American Athletic Conference announced the schedule format for the 2015-18 American Athletic Conference football seasons on Thursday. The 2015 season will be the first in The […]

Cincinnati breaks into FoxSports power rankings

Do you realize that in this week’s Associated Press Top 25 and the USA Today Coaches Poll, there isn’t a single team from the American Athletic Conference receiving one single vote? Not one vote. That’s a lot of disrespect. UConn began the season in the polls, of course. But that three-game losing streak to West […]

Kentucky, missing Poythress, faces North Carolina Saturday

College basketball will settle some issues inside the Top 25 this weekend and Saturday will be a test for some of the nation’s best teams. Iowa State proved itself as the best team in its state, routing Iowa Friday night. There are four big games to watch Saturday, highlighted by No. 21 North Carolina at […]

Duke up to No. 2 after victory at Wisconsin

2014-15 College Basketball Power Rankings: Week 3 There are two levels of competition this season in college basketball. On any given night, you are either playing Kentucky or not playing Kentucky. It really doesn’t get any simpler than that. We’ve already seen John Calipari’s Wildcats handle No. 5 Kansas 72-40, and a very good Providence team […]

Three great guests tonight on College Countdown with Ken Davis

Consider this an invitation. It’s Thursday night and that means “College Countdown with Ken Davis” airs tonight on SMCRadio. If you love college sports, I guarantee you are going to enjoy this edition of the show. I promise you will be entertained and informed. We have three guests and we will cover college football and […]

Playoff selection committee drops FSU to No. 4

The selection committee for the College Football Playoff has set the stage for a wild final weekend of the regular season schedule. No, we’re not talking about SMU vs. UConn. When the penultimate rankings were released Tuesday night, undefeated Florida State – the defending national champion – had fallen from No. 3 to No.4 and […]

UConn guards still healing

UConn guards Ryan Boatright, Rodney Purvis and Omar Calhoun are still recovering from injuries. The Huskies’ next game is Friday against Yale. Boatright was injured at the end of Sunday’s loss to Texas. X-rays taken Monday showed no structural damage and he was diagnosed with a sprained left ankle. He was in a walking boot […]

Boatright vows to return quickly from ankle injury

STORRS, Conn. – UConn guard Ryan Boatright had an unusual view of the game-winning basket. Boatright was on the floor, looking up as Jonathan Holmes hit the 3-point shot from deep in the left corner with 2.2 seconds remaining to lift No. 7 Texas to a 55-54 victory before a sellout crowd of 10,167 at […]

No. 7 Texas stuns UConn with last second 3-pointer

STORRS, Conn. – Jonathan Holmes hit a three-pointer from the left corner with 2.2 seconds remaining Sunday as No. 7 Texas rallied from a six-point deficit for a 55-54 victory over No. 24 UConn at Gampel Pavilion. Holmes (13 points) got open on an inbounds pass from Connor Lammert with 4.4 seconds remaining. Ryan Boatright […]