One NCAA tournament win apparently wasn't enough to save Tubby Smith's job.SEE ALSO: Tubby Smith busts all sorts of dance moves following Gophers' season-saving win [VIDEO] Late this morning, CBS's Jeff Goodman reported that one day after losing in the round of 32 to Florida, Tubby has been fired. D ... More >>
For a while, Joel "WhysGuy" Bauman was both a rapper and a wrestler at the University of Minnesota. Now, after he's seen some success on the music side, he's ineligible to compete as a wrestler based upon NCAA rules. Recently, the school contacted him and requested he take down his motivation-bent ... More >>
Trevor Mbakwe has been in college so long, they didn't even have computer labs when he first started.Okay, that's an exaggeration, but dude really has been in college forever -- he played his first Division 1 game all the back in the fall of 2007, back before many Americans even knew who Barack O ... More >>
Late last month, the NCAA told UND the school "must forfeit competition" unless it scrubs the "hostile and abusive" Fighting Sioux name and Indian head logo from gear worn by athletes, school band members, cheerleaders, dancers, and mascots.UND officials have apparently decided not forfeiting i ... More >>
The NCAA is officially out of patience when it comes to the University of North Dakota's controversial Fighting Sioux nickname.In a letter sent to the UND provost yesterday, Bernard W. Franklin, the NCAA's chief inclusion officer, wrote that UND "must forfeit competition" if it does not scrub the ... More >>
The University of North Dakota's athletic teams will be known as the Fighting Sioux at least until June, when a referendum may determine whether the school keeps the nickname permanently.But, referendum or not, some of UND's traditional competitors have already had enough of the Fighting Sioux, a ... More >>
The people of North Dakota may get a chance to decide whether the University of North Dakota continues to use the Fighting Sioux nickname or not.Last night, supporters of the nickname delivered a petition with about 17,000 signatures to the NoDak secretary of state. State law says that if 13,452 ... More >>
Belief is a beautiful thing.
Just when you thought Harry Potter fans had reached their limit, there's more: This Sunday afternoon, the University of Minnesota's Quidditch team will host their first Halloween tournament featuring a Harry Potter bake sale, prizes, a raffle, and the chance to watch teams compete to be the first ... More >>
Investigation by U of M finds no NCAA violations
The U's lawyers originally predicted they would wrap up the investigation in a few weeks. That was four months ago.
Jelly beans, jelly beans, in a dish. How many pieces do you wish?
It's the fourth time the Gophers have failed to make it past th4e first round.
The president correctly picked North Carolina as last year's NCAA champions. This year, he likes Kansas.
Their first run to a Big Ten Tournament title game earned them a trip to the Big Dance. Get your bracketology on.
The U launched the internal probe in mid-December in reaction to a report from The Minnesota Daily.
The Universities of Minnesota and Wisconsin are among many colleges objecting to a Bud Light beer promotion: "Fan Cans" in college colors. And it looks like they have won.
Wednesday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
If it's any consolation, eleven teams comprise the Big Ten. So there's that.
The Wolves are almost unwatchable but March Madness is still the beer pong of basketball.
Hot Dish and ESPN.com audiences don't need to be mutually exclusive. Paul Lukas pits rib-eye steak against London broil and veal cutlet against chicken tails.
The Gopher women impressively advance in the NCAA while the fallen fellas look toward to a most fruitful 2010.
The Gopher's pedestrian finish didn't damn their NCAA hopes. Here's some initial analysis of the matchup. Get your bracketology on.
Will a first round Big Ten tourney win against N'Western get the Gophers into the NCAA? Here's the handicap.
Win two of their next three and Tubby & Crew make a fine case for March Madness. Tomorrow's showdown with Wisconsin looms huge.
Bring your sword, shield, and sneaks to East Lansing, Bill.
The NCAA stuffing Minneapolis' attempt to host a Final Four, the NCAA humiliated the city by shouting 'NOT IN YOUR HOUSE!' right in its face.
The Vikings blew it; the Gophers got axed, the Twins lost Neshek for all of next season, the T-wolves losing streak hits EIGHT. Thank god for the Wild.
On the Occasion of its 25th Anniversary, We Offer a Requiem for the Much-Maligned Metrodome
Minnesota football coach gets the heave-ho after a decade. Blowing 31 point lead in Insight Bowl the final straw.
How Lindsay Whalen resurrected the Lady Gophers
Donald Watkins Is Made Of More Than Money
Bloody marys with a bookie at the height of March Madness
The Cities that chant, and rock the baby, together
The Gophers' Women's Volleyball team is becoming one of the best squads in the nation. But can they satisfy their athletic director?
The Gophers' postseason will, like the regular season, be a moral victory.
Having endured a slew of injuries and a school-record seven straight losses, Doug Woog's Gopher hockey team still seems primed for a patented stretch run toward the NCAA Tournament.
Twenty-five years after the passage of Title IX, a Supreme Court decision may have finally convinced the University of Minnesota to beef up its women's athletic program.
How sports are wrecking schools.
A former teacher's contrarian view of the reforms that have to precede "education reform.