Start/Sit Decisions for Week 5

Week 5 of the NBA season features plenty of parity, as the Spurs play five games this week, while four teams will take the court just twice. Several significant injuries around the league are altering usages, and those absences should have major implications in lineup decisions this week, particularly involving teams with unique schedules. Teams … Read more

Game Count Matters in Week 5

We have a very interesting Week 5 schedule-wise, as we have one team with a rare five-game week, which is partially offset by fewer teams than usual with four-game ledgers and four teams with just two games over the next seven days . It makes for some intriguing Sit candidates, but fortunately, there are some … Read more

Creighton blitzes Nebraska from the start, dominates in-state showdown

Nebraska’s Jaz Shelley has her shot blocked by Creighton’s Carly Bachelor in the first half Tuesday at Sokol Arena in Omaha. KENNETH FERRIERA, Journal Star OMAHA — Amy Williams put both hands on her forehead in a display of frustration. Creighton had just splashed another three-pointer, and the Nebraska women’s basketball coach had already watched … Read more

Nebraska women’s basketball remains at No. 22 in the latest AP poll

Luke Mullin offers his quick reaction to the Huskers’ 34-3 loss to Michigan on Saturday in Ann Arbor, Mich. After two opening-week blowout wins, the Nebraska women’s basketball team held steady at No. 22 in this week’s Associated Press rankings. The Huskers, who play at No. 20 Creighton Tuesday evening, defeated Omaha 100-36 and Houston … Read more

Saturday men: What a trip

Will Coble scored a career-high 26 points and No. 1 Randolph-Macon keeps its 29-game winning streak in tact.Randolph-Macon athletics file photo No. 1 Randolph-Macon survived Hood’s upset bid by outlasting the Blazers in 80-78 triple overtime, while No. 11 Rochester’s three-point barrage sent no. 18 Trinity (Texas) back to San Antonio with a loss, and … Read more