The world’s sports schedule is cratering at warp speed due to coronavirus. College sports officials called off the NCAA basketball tournament, making it the biggest event to be canceled since the virus started spreading. Leaders in the NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball, tennis and soccer also canceled or postponed events. All decided the risk of playing games with the threat of the virus hanging over them was too great. There are billions of dollars hanging in the balance. But commissioners and league presidents determined the risk of mass gatherings in the wake of the spreading virus is too big to take.
DALLAS (AP) — Kendric Davis and Feron Hunt scored 16 points apiece as SMU easily beat Hartford 90-58 on Wednesday night. Tyson Jolly added 15 points and 11 rebounds and Isiaha Mike had 12 points […]
CONWAY, Ark. (AP) — Thatch Unruh hit four 3-pointers and scored 14 points and Central Arkansas shot 52 percent from beyond the arc in a 75-68 victory over Lamar on Saturday. Unruh sank 4 of […]
By MARK ROSNER Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Jase Febres established season-bests with 23 points and seven 3-point baskets, and Texas defeated Central Michigan 87-76 on Saturday after trailing by nine in the first […]