• Penguins continue spending spree, trade for Iginla

    3/28/13 10:54 AM

    The league's hottest team continued its aggressive dealing late Wednesday night, acquiring six-time All Star forward Jarome Iginla from the Flames in exchange for prospects and a first-round draft pick.

  • NCAA Sweet 16, Larranaga return to D.C.

    3/27/13 11:45 PM

    Starting Thursday, the 3rd and 4th rounds of the NCAA tournament will be back in D.C. for the first time since George Mason University's epic run seven years ago. GMU won't be there, but former Coach Jim Larranaga will be, this time coaching Miami in the Sweet 16.

  • No pressure: SI picks Nationals to win World Series

    3/26/13 3:36 PM

    If anyone thought expectations for the Washington Nationals in 2013 would be tempered in any way, forget it. The Nats are Sports Illustrated's pick to win the World Series this year.

  • Florida Gulf Coast University: This year's Cinderella story

    3/25/13 7:10 PM

    Florida Gulf Coast's history-making weekend is creating a national bandwagon - and I'm gladly buying a one-way ticket to Dunk City.

  • George Mason makes quick move to Atlantic 10

    3/25/13 2:02 PM

    George Mason president Tom O'Connor says it's "bittersweet" to be leaving the Colonial Athletic Association for the Atlantic 10, a move that takes effect July 1.

  • Tiny FGCU steals the show at NCAA Tourney

    3/25/13 10:16 AM

    Improbably, the 15-seed Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are still playing; a tongue-wagging, heel-clicking, arm-flapping collection of no-names who turned the opening week of the NCAA tournament into their coming-out party.

  • Thunderstorm stops Tiger's march at Bay Hill until Monday

    3/24/13 5:47 PM

    Moments after Tiger Woods made a 10-foot birdie putt on the second hole, a vicious thunderstorm packing gusts that topped out at 62 mph interrupted the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational and wiped out play until Monday.

  • Tiger Woods takes over at Bay Hill

    3/23/13 9:10 PM

    Across a small lake, Tiger Woods eyed a large scoreboard that showed Justin Rose five shots ahead of him. But within minutes - after two great shots followed by birdie and eagle putts - Woods was atop the leaderboard.

  • Maryland goes on the road after Alabama beats Stanford 66-54

    3/23/13 3:28 PM

    With Alabama's 66-54 victory over Stanford on Saturday, the Maryland Terrapins will go on the road for the first time in this year's NIT. They'll play the Crimson Tide Tuesday night in Tuscaloosa. A Stanford victory would have sen the Cardinal to College Park.

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