The Buckeyes' outgoing coach has flourished everywhere he's landed, but those who have followed him have struggled to match his success.
Ito Smith is a solid addition for teams seeking backfield depth.
“He’s a different Tiger Woods,” said U.S. vice captain Davis Love III, and his recent form as well as his demeanor appear to back that up.
Over the past three seasons, Michigan has been 15.8 points better per game than the average college football team.
The Warriors’ rebranded small-ball “Death Lineup” is outscoring opponents by 41 net points per 100 possessions in the playoffs.
Whether it's posting a low number or simply escaping with a par, these three holes play a huge role in the outcome of the tournament.
Should Woods win his fifth green jacket, it would be his first major since 2008.
Anthony is setting career lows in scoring, shooting and efficiency this season.
Cleveland is outscoring opponents by 16.4 points per 100 possessions with Nance on the floor.
Philadelphia is headed toward a 47-win season and its first playoff berth since 2012. What else can the Sixers achieve this season?