NCAA Tournament 2014
Richard K. Sherman, left, Arian I. Foster, center, and Larry D. Fitzgerald, right, discuss their experiences during their collegiate years as student athletes and the difficulties they faced balancing academics and football.
Perhaps no player answered more of this season's questions than junior wing Wesley Saunders, who helped the team duplicate last season’s NCAA success by dispatching No. 5 seed Cincinnati last Thursday
Hundreds of energetic Crimson fans from the Harvard and Cambridge community gathered in dorms, in restaurants, and around laptops in the Yard and across the Square on Saturday night to watch Harvard’s men basketball team in the third-round NCAA Tournament game.
Head coach Tom Izzo's Michigan State men's basketball team will look to continue its recent hot play against Harvard on Saturday. The two squads will match up in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
A little less than 12 years and two months after the two “nemeses” first competed against one another as head coaches, Amaker and Izzo will once again face off
March is when the sports stats community comes out of hibernation in the name of ‘bracketology’, with multiple predictions trying to put a number on the Crimson’s chances.
Let’s be clear, Saturday isn’t just a big day for Harvard; it’s a big day for the Ivy League.
Michigan State plays in the mold of its coach as a tough defensive team with a host of rugged post defenders that clean up the defensive glass.