Lincoln Riley stunned the college football world when he left OU for USC mid-season in search of greener pastures in southern California. However, exactly how safe of a position the USC job will be for Riley is up in the air.
After a decade of exciting basketball, the Crossroads Classic is set to come to an end after several athletic offices opted not to renew the tournament’s contract.
The years-long debate over leggings is still alive and well, inciting rage in some and prompting dialogue for others. But even though it sounds trivial — and it kind of is — the leggings debate is rooted in something deeper, something more persistent.
The women’s soccer team settled for a 0-0 tie at Notre Dame after double overtime. This is the third time in four years the team’s season opener went into double overtime.
The Butler men and women’s track & field teams set both personal and school records at the prestigious Meyo Invitational at Notre Dame.
The Butler University men and women’s track and field team traveled to Purdue University where they placed well while sitting some of their star runners.
With the Crossroads Classic quickly approaching, it’s time to decide who the best program in Indiana has been in recent history.
The Butler men’s tennis team fell to No. 31 nationally-ranked Notre Dame 7-0 last weekend. For the Bulldogs (8-11) freshman Brandon Woods took his No. 4 singles match into a third-set tie-breaker before falling 2-1. Woods, combined with sophomore doubles partner Pulok Bhattacharya, won five games before eventually losing 8-5. In singles play, Bhattacharya lost…
The Butler men’s and women’s track and field teams participated in the Meyo Invitational at Notre Dame last weekend. Junior Craig Jordan had the best individual performance for the Bulldogs. Jordan finished third in the men’s 1,000-meter run with a time of 2:26.31. Grzegorz Kalinowski of Eastern Michigan and Scott Leitch of Western Ontario finished…
In 10 days, the men’s basketball team will return to downtown Indianapolis for the second time since a heartbreaking national runner-up finish in 2010. But when the Bulldogs head back Dec. 15, they won’t face the Associated Press’ third-ranked team, like Duke was that year. This time, they’ll face No. 1 Indiana University at Bankers…