Tickets on sale for UConn vs. Maryland at Jimmy V Classic

THIS JUST RELEASED: Tickets go on sale today, Friday, Oct. 16, at noon ET for the 2015 Jimmy V Men’s Basketball Classic Presented by Corona scheduled to be played on Tuesday, Dec. 8, with proceeds benefiting The V Foundation for Cancer Research. Four storied college basketball programs headline the Classic: No. 20 West Virginia vs. No. 4 […]

Prediction: Royals over Pirates in World Series

Hey everyone! I’ve been busy with my work for Check out my college coverage at Today’ Just wanted to post my baseball playoff predictions before it was too late: AL WILD CARD Yankees over Astros NL WILD CARD Pirates over Cubs ALDS Royals over Yankees Rangers over Blue Jays NLDS Pirates over Cardinals Mets […]

UConn gets commitment from highly-ranked power forward

Kevin Ollie and the UConn basketball coaching staff are putting together a high-quality recruiting class for 2016. Power forward Juwan Durham, a top 30 or top 50 prospect depending on the ratings service, committed to Connecticut Tuesday. He made the announcement on Twitter after visiting the campus in Storrs last weekend. Durham is the third […]

AAC announces venues, TV plans for UConn men’s hoops schedule

The UConn men’s basketball schedule is almost complete for 2015-16. The version released Tuesday includes all but a few game times, which are still to be determined. Dates, venues and television coverage were released by the school and the American Athletic Conference. For all those interested in TV coverage, UConn will play two games, against Ohio […]

They call him Thor and you can’t miss him on UConn’s offensive line

If you enjoy good stories about good guys, check out my feature on UConn offensive lineman Andreas Knappe. Story was published this morning on Today’    

AAC Football: Week in Review

It was a busy week around here. College football is back. The first sign of that every season is the annual trip to Newport, R.I. for media days for the American Athletic Conference – or, if you prefer, the league previously known as the Big East Conference. Of course the Big East is out of […]

AAC kicks off football media days with clambake tonight

NEWPORT, R.I. – It’s that time of year again. The American Athletic Conference is holding its annual summer kickoff and media day with social activities Monday and formal interviews on Tuesday. Follow me on Twitter @Kendavis55 and I’ll be posting pictures and messages throughout the proceedings, starting with the clambake at 7 p.m. I’m covering […]

Royals have pitching issues; NCAA building a better bracket

Two of my stories were posted earlier today on the network. If you are a college basketball fan, a student of bracketology, or just want a better understanding of what the NCAA men’s basketball committee did on Monday, may I suggest reading my article on tweaking and building a better bracket on Today’ And, in […]

Stars always shine bright at the MLB All-Star Game

After all the years and all the changes, the MLB All-Star Game remains the best exhibition game in any sport. And despite all the criticism over voting and lineups, and deciding the home field advantage in the World Series, the game remains a fan favorite. Watching on TV is great, but nothing beats being there […]

Kansas shocks the world, wins gold medal for USA

  Two weeks ago, the Kansas Jayhawks arrived in South Korea as a college basketball team representing the USA. They head home as gold medalists at the World University Games, quite the feat when you consider a university team beat eight other NATIONS. You can be sure there will be a party in Lawrence when […]