Another day, another great collection of stories in The Roundup. All just a click away.
Count on Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News to bring the rational heat when it comes to a subject like Ben Simmons and his complaints about his “one-and-done” season at LSU.
Ralphie the team mascot has more pep in his step because Colorado’s football program is thriving after a long drought. Via George Schroeder of USA Today.
Unless you’re a card-carrying Hoop Head, chances are you haven’t heard about Washington freshman Markelle Fultz. Pat Forde of Yahoo!Sports.com explains how and why Fultz came out of nowhere and is projected to be one of the first players selected in the 2017 NBA Draft.
Learn more about Boise State basketball coach Leon Rice thanks to this story by Michael Katz of the Idaho Statesman.
Nebraska fans are convinced that ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit hates the Huskers. But as Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald discovered, Herbstreit believes he knows where that belief started.
A season that started with a loss to an FCS team could end up in the Rose Bowl for Washington State. David Ubben of Sports On Earth has the story.
The Big Ten announcing that it will start playing games on Friday nights next season is greedy and damaging to high school football. Via Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star.