NCAA gets approval to investigate schools in college basketball corruption case

Federal authorities have given NCAA officials their approval to move ahead with an investigation of alleged rules violations that came to light during the first of three federal criminal trials involving pay-for-play schemes and other corruption in college basketball, ESPN has confirmed. During last month’s trials in New York, evidence and testimony were presented that

F1 sends warning to historic circuits

Formula One’s commercial boss Sean Bratches has sent a warning to historic circuits such as Silverstone, reminding them that their position on the calendar is not essential for sport’s long-term future. Formula One has confirmed Vietnam will host its first grand prix in April 2020, with the race set to be held in the country’s

Looking ahead for the Chicago Blackhawks after the firing of Joel Quenneville

7:45 AM ET Emily KaplanESPN CHICAGO — Here’s what we know about new Chicago Blackhawks coach Jeremy Colliton: He’s 33 years old and was selected in the 2003 NHL draft, the same class as Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook. Actually, the two know each other quite well: Colliton played in a summer league with Seabrook when

San Francisco Giants hire Farhan Zaidi as head of baseball operations

CARLSBAD, Calif. — The San Francisco Giants have hired Los Angeles Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi to be their president of baseball operations. Zaidi, 41, leaves the Dodgers after four years working under team president Andrew Friedman. The Dodgers made the World Series each of the past two seasons. Although he admits he’d rather see

Quarterback Kirk Cousins says Minnesota Vikings exceeded my expectations

EAGAN, Minn. — During the Minnesota Vikings‘ Week 10 bye, quarterback Kirk Cousins says he’ll engage in various forms of self-scouting, focusing on situational football ranging from third down in the red zone and clock management to penalties and fumbles. The goal this week is not only to zero in on the areas he and

Los Angeles Lakers sign Tyson Chandler

Center Tyson Chandler has signed with the Los Angeles Lakers after clearing waivers on a contract buyout with the Phoenix Suns, general manager Rob Pelinka announced Monday. The new contract for Chandler will pay him $2,109,867, according to ESPN’s Bobby Marks, with the Lakers incurring a cap hit of $1,333,140. Chandler agreed to shave $2.1

Auburn Tigers AD gives vote of confidence to football coach Gus Malzahn

AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn coach Gus Malzahn will return next season, athletic director Alan Greene said Tuesday. The Tigers (6-3) began the season ranked in the top 10 but have subsequently dropped out of the top 25. Greene told reporters that Malzahn would be “our coach of the future.” Malzahn was awarded a seven-year, $49

Bryson DeChambeau injures hand at hockey game

Bryson DeChambeau won his fifth PGA Tour title on Sunday, but not before an injury scare that occurred the night before — at a hockey game. DeChambeau was invited to the Vegas Golden Knights NHL game and given the duty of “ringing the siren” before the third period of play. After doing so, DeChambeau looked

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