Yahoo Web Search

  • FirefoxTry Yahoo Search on Firefox »
    1. Sort by

    1. Mavs’ baseball season opener delayed one day

      The Daily SentinelFeb 09 10:54 PM

      College Baseball

    2. Huskers to face Badgers without Shields

      Grand Island IndependentFeb 09 10:19 PM

      LINCOLN — Nebraska’s players are doing their best to keep routines and roles the same, even though very little about the past three days has felt normal for a team that’s missing its leader.

    3. Illini Preview: Maxed out bye week

      IlliniHQ.comJan 15 01:15 PM

      GrocePreview.mp4 GrocePreview.jpeg Illinois coach John Groce touches on his team's "great week" of practice and the matchup with Nebraska heading into Saturday's game Illinois coach John Groce touches on his team's "great week" of practice and the matchup with Nebraska heading into Saturday's game. The Illini were able to take Monday and Tuesday off this week with only Saturday afternoon's game...

    4. Stone, Trimble lift No. 4 Maryland to 70-65 win over Huskers

      NBC Sports: Beyond the ArcFeb 03 08:56 PM

      Freshman Diamond Stone had 16 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high eight blocks, and No. 4 Maryland held off Nebraska 70-65 on Wednesday night.

    5. Check out highlights from the Briar Cliff men's and Morningside women's basketball teams, plus see Saturday's college scores on the SportsFource Scoreboard.

    6. KEARNEY — The University of Nebraska at Kearney softball team is eager to get the season started.

    7. No Mike Thorne Jr. and the continued absence of Leron Black puts the burden of holding down the post squarely on the shoulders of Michael Finke and Maverick Morgan. MINNEAPOLIS — Mike Thorne Jr. back in street clothes and on the Illinois bench Saturday night at historic Williams Arena meant the Illini were back to the status quo from much of the season. read more

    8. A pink wave of cheers and silent awes filled Rec Hall on Saturday to watch Penn State face the No. 9 Nebraska Cornhuskers.

    9. No. 2 Maryland relies on Big Ten's best defense to win

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsFeb 08 02:41 PM

      Upon launching this season of lofty expectations, Maryland figured it had enough shooting stars to bury the opposition under a barrage of baskets. Turns out, the second-ranked Terrapins are winning primarily on the strength of their defense. Maryland is allowing a Big Ten-low 63.8 points per game.

    10. No. 2 Maryland relies on Big Ten's best defense to win

      The Washington TimesFeb 08 03:13 PM

      COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Upon launching this season of lofty expectations, Maryland figured it had enough shooting stars to bury the opposition under a barrage of baskets. Turns out, the second-ranked Terrapins are winning primarily on the strength of their defense. Maryland is allowing a Big Ten-low 63.8 points ...

    1. 12345131 results