Bubble Watch: Close calls and bubble teams in the Big 12
Three teams -- Baylor, Kansas and West Virginia -- are locks, Oklahoma State and Iowa State are close and K-State, TCU and Texas Tech are all on the bubble.
Mavs not expected to complete rebound.
The Mavericks have done their best to put a 2-13 start behind them, but BPI currently isn't giving them good odds to make the playoffs. Dallas is three games back of the eighth seed in the West.
Bubble Watch: SMU closer to lock, Houston has work to do
SMU is a near-tournament lock, especially if it handles UConn on the road this Saturday. Houston, meanwhile, has a murky path ahead.
Prince Fielder shares teaser trailer for new food show
Recently retired slugger Prince Fielder shared a trailer for his new food show "Fielder's Choice" on Twitter on Monday, and it's exactly what you would expect to see.
Tim Beck prepared for the pressure at Texas
The Longhorns' new offensive coordinator, Tim Beck, is no stranger to intense scrutiny after successful stops at Nebraska and Ohio State.
In Tony Romo, Cowboys face now-or-later cap decision
Releasing Tony Romo is easier and potentially cleaner for the Cowboys. The timing of the release has salary-cap ramifications, as well.
No need to wait for Cowboys' cap approach to catch up to them
Tuesday's Five Wonders discusses the Cowboys' contract restructuring and the motivation behind it, along with winning-season streaks.
NBA Mock Draft 3.2: New picks after latest deals
Chad Ford updates his mock for the 2017 NBA draft after deadline deals, with new teams for top prospects such as Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball, Dennis Smith and more.
Jarrett Allen's insane dunk highlights night of eye-popping CBB plays.
The Texas forward just may have had the dunk of the year.
Texas' Allen throws down dunk of the year candidate in loss.
Texas forward Jarrett Allen gets the ball in the paint and puts West Virginia's Sagaba Konate on a poster with a vicious one-handed jam.
West lifts West Virginia past Texas.
Lamont West's career-high 23 points pushes No. 12 West Virginia to a 77-62 victory over Texas.
Huggins blames defibrillator for fall.
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins explains what caused him to fall on the court during the first half against Texas, saying, "It comes out of nowhere."
Morris, Thomas lead Iowa St past Texas Tech, 82-80 in OT
Behind 23 points from Monte Morris and 20 from Matt Thomas, Iowa State picked up an 82-80 overtime win against Texas Tech on Monday night.
After Huggins' scary moment, No. 12 WVU beats Texas 77-62
After West Virginia coach Bob Huggins dropped to his knees and clutched his chest in a scary moment before halftime, Jevon Carter finished with 24 points to lead No. 12 WVU to a win over Texas.
Mavericks drop three notches to No. 19
In a one-time offer, Marc Stein calls upon you, the loyal Power Rankings fan, to provide the arguments for this week's assessments.
Watch: Tech, Iowa State clash.
The Red Raiders knocked off Baylor last Monday and took West Virginia to double overtime on Saturday before losing. The Cyclones seek their fourth straight win.
Who's barely in or barely out in latest Bracketology?
Two of last week's "Last Four In" won on Saturday (Georgia Tech and Marquette) while the other two lost (Seton Hall and TCU). How do things look now toward the bottom of the bracket?
Lots of movement on five-seed line
Cincinnati and Wisconsin are joined by SMU, which rises after beating Houston, and Virginia, which slips after losing to North Carolina.
New look to two-seed line
Arizona rises to a No. 2 by beating Washington, Baylor with its loss to Kansas while Louisville and Oregon hold their positions.
Vote: NBA's second-half burning questions
Before the NBA's second half begins, SportsNation looks ahead to ask: Who will make the playoffs? And who can challenge the Warriors and Cavaliers? Vote now!
Should Romo want to stay in Dallas?
Jemele Hill believes that it might be in Tony Romo's best interest to stay in Dallas as a backup rather than start for a struggling team like the Bears.
Cowboys rework deals of Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick
Dallas freed up $17.3 million, moving under a proposed salary cap of $168 million by restructuring the contracts of two star offensive linemen.
Take Two: Big 12's most intriguing early enrollee?
A lot of excitement surrounds the arrival of WR Marquise Brown (Oklahoma) and QB Shawn Robinson (TCU) to their respective programs this year.
The Cowboys have restructured the contracts of All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith and All-Pro center Travis Frederick, freeing up roughly $17.3 million, moving them under a proposed salary-cap of $168 million for 2017, according to sources. The total cap will be finalized by March 9 when the league year begins. The Cowboys turned roughly $21 million of the $24 million due Smith and Frederick into signing bonus to create the room. Smith was set to make $10 million in 2017, while Frederick was set to make $14.221 million.