KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s time to come home. I think I may have just sneezed out barbecue sauce. Xavier (+8½) over Gonzaga: This line is being listed like the regular season still has any relevance. While the 11th-seeded Musketeers have continually played up to their competition — knocking off No.
PORT ST. LUCIE — Let’s start with the easy part: Pair up Noah Syndergaard with Rene Rivera on Opening Day. On Memorial Day. On Columbus Day. Every day. Just like last year, the Mets’ ace, because his ability to prevent opponents’ running games is hindered by his size, should work regularly with the defensively adept
PROVIDENCE, R. I. – In a playoff run full of nail-biters, Air Force hockey held on in another for its second NCAA Tournament win in program history.
Two Western Michigan goals only 23 seconds apart turned a rout into the hotly-contest game that eventually ended with the Falcons’ 5-4 victory - the academy’s fourth game in a row decided by one goal.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The kid had been something to behold. He had shown himself to be a man among boys even though he still was only a boy. UCLA turned its lonely eyes to fabulous freshman facilitator Lonzo Ball, as graceful in his sport as Joe DiMaggio was in center field, and asked him to
By Kyle Fredrickson Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgTim Brassfield is nearing the 18-year mark as the Oklahoma City All Sports Association executive director.
As he leads the charge in organizing the Oklahoma City regional this weekend at Chesapeake Energy Arena, Brassfield still received surprised reactions for how much the city has grown over the past two decades.
“Our city has transformed amazingly,” he said, “but they're in for some even larger and even more aesthetically pleasing changes.”
Brassfield discussed a variety of topics with The Oklahoman in analyzing the potential for the city to host larger and more prominent sporting events down the road.