Is it time for the 24-second shot clock in men’s college basketball?

8:00 a.m. ET John GaswayESPN Insider Close ESPN Insider college basketball contributor She first started covering college episodes in 2004 He has written for The Basketball Bulletin and The Wall Street Journal Ask Jimmy Dixon about the idea of ​​a 24-second shot clock in Division I Men’s Basketball, and he doesn’t mince words. “I think … Read more

Microelectronics gives researchers a remote control for biological robots Carle Illinois College of Medicine

First, they walked. Then they saw the light. Now, mini biological robots have acquired a new trick: remote control. Hybrid “eBiobots” are the first to combine soft materials, living muscle and microelectronics, said researchers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Northwestern University and the collaborating institutions. They describe their centimeter-sized biological machines in the journal … Read more

As College Football’s Second Signing Period Begins, A Cautionary Tale About the NIL’s Temptations in Hiring – Chicago Tribune

False promises and unrealistic expectations have been a part of college football recruiting for as long as coaches have been touting their programs in living rooms across America. Playing opportunities and the road to the NFL are being touted as ever, but now there are lucrative endorsement deals being handled by the collective groups. There … Read more

Northwestern basketball could end the March madness drought

North WestPicked second in the preseason Big Ten men’s poll, Alone is second in the conference heading into the end of January. At 6-3 in the league and 15-5 overall, the Wildcats were one of the biggest upset teams not only in the Big Ten, but in all of college basketball. They beat Michigan and … Read more

First-year men’s college basketball coaches: Who overachieves, and who doesn’t?

When Miller assessed the roster, he knew he needed another key player, so he went to the gate to score and a combination guard and came out with Solly Baum, who once had 16 points against Miller’s Arizona team in 2020-21. Baum was a high-scoring scorer at UTEP, but it was something else that caught … Read more

Todd Hartley shares how Georgia’s tight end room became one of the best teams in college football

Connor Riley The DowgNation staff @Connorly published 1 hour ago Welcome to Good Day, UGA, your one-stop shop for Georgia football news and take. We checked in every weekday morning for everything you need to know about Georgia football, recruiting, basketball, and more. Todd Hartley shares how Georgia’s tight end room became one of the … Read more

College basketball highlights: Indiana, Arizona, and Illinois win the most

It was a big day of college hoops this Saturday on FOX with several All-America candidates at their best, top ten teams flexing their muscles and several teams building their NCAA tournament resumes. It was a showdown between Nebraska and No. 10 Iowa at Carver-Hawk Arena, where superstar Caitlin Clark scored 33 points to lead … Read more

Five-star freshman rating in college basketball

JJ Jackson (Photo: Jordan Brother, USA TODAY Sports) Anthony BlackArkansas, 15th overall in class of 2022, grade: B+ 20 games – 20 starts, 32.1 minutes – 12.8 points (45% FG, 34% 3 points, 70% FT), 5.3 tackles, 4yr, 1.8stl, 0.6blk, 3.1 to Unlike Filipowski, Black was Arkansas’ top popular freshman. Not just because he had … Read more

College basketball levels: Zack Eddy and Trace Jackson Davis lead the way as the best players

Andy Katz College basketball analyst and writer The big man is back college basketball. The great beauty of college hoops is that they can play either facing the basket or under it. Purdue’s Zack Eddy, who has been the leading candidate for National Player of the Year up to this point, is a dominant presence … Read more