Jamar Samuels is back, and that's nothing but good news.
K-State's women's basketball team beat Indiana State, 64-48, on Wednesday night at Bramlage.
Leave it to Nebraska fans to put a glaring typo in a shirt that is, I guess, supposed to be a dig at the schools they're leaving behind.
As a followup to last week's post about why the Cam Newton investigation is evidence of everything that's wrong with the NCAA, SB Nation's Andrew Sharp proposes a solution to the problem. I don't have my own solution, but I'm leery of a solution that assumes that individual school revenues increase just based on winning. Inherent limitations -- i.e., size of TV markets -- restrict the number of times some schools will be chosen for money-making TV broadcasts.