Last night WVU’s Daxter Miles joined a long list of people who have made guarantees and seen them backfire horribly.
Here’s what you missed from the rest of the sports world while you were knee-deep in busted brackets.
A game that appeared to be a laugher in the third quarter for the Los Angeles Clippers suddenly turned serious down the stretch.
Gordon Hayward scored 22 points, Trey Burke added 17 off the bench, and the Utah Jazz sent the Los Angeles Lakers to their 50th loss of the season, 80-73 on Thursday night.
Albert Pujols hit his first home run this spring and the L.A. Angels tied the L.A. Dodgers 7-7 on Thursday.
The sports-based arc: Afterschool Programs bridges the opportunity gap for kids learning English as a second language in Los Angeles, who might not achieve as much, or go as far, without it.
We take a look at some of the worst sports title celebrations by fans.
A local high school girls basketball team, that had been forced to forfeit playing in a championship game for wearing illegal uniforms, is now being allowed to play.
With the Academy Awards around the corner, here’s a look at which sports personalities would win which awards this Sunday.
In the spirit of Valentine’s day, we take a look at some on-screen rejections at sports arenas.
CBS8 San Diego Sports Director Kyle Kraska was shot Tuesday afternoon at his Scripps Ranch home, according to a tweet by anchor Marcella Lee.
DeAndre Jordan had 22 points and a career-high 27 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers won without Blake Griffin, beating Dallas 115-98 Monday night after the Mavericks lost Tyson Chandler and Monta Ellis to injuries in the first four minutes.
Jeff Carter and Dwight King each had a goal and an assist, and Jonathan Quick stopped 23 shots to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 on Monday night.
Norman Powell had 20 points and eight rebounds, Isaac Hamilton scored 18 points and UCLA survived to beat Stanford 69-67 on Thursday night for its third straight win.
Jakob Silfverberg scored two goals, and the Anaheim Ducks took the top of the NHL standings for themselves by beating the Nashville Predators 5-2 Thursday night.