Florida’s Johnson joins portal, hopes to play again

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida forward Keyontae Johnson, who collapsed during a game in December 2020 and hasn’t practiced or played since, entered the NCAA men’s basketball transfer portal Sunday with hopes of resuming his college career. School officials confirmed Johnson’s desire to move on from Florida following his graduation over the weekend. It’s unclear what … Read more

Frankfurt set up Europa final with Rangers | The Express Tribune

FRANKFURT: Eintracht Frankfurt reached their first European final for 42 years after a 1-0 home win on Thursday over 10-man West Ham sealed a 3-1 aggregate victory in their Europa League semi-final. West Ham had left-back Aaron Cresswell sent off early on and Hammers manager David Moyes was also dismissed from the sidelines with 12 … Read more

Mercedes will win again this season: Leclerc | The Express Tribune

MIAMI: World championship leader Charles Leclerc believes Mercedes will bounce back and beat his Ferrari team in some races this year, but are unlikely to do enough to retain their constructors’ world title. Speaking to CNN on Thursday ahead of this weekend’s inaugural Miami Grand Prix, the Monegasque driver said he expected Ferrari and Red … Read more

Hassan Ali takes down 5 players, County cricket – SUCH TV

Pakistani cricketer Hassan Ali while playing from the Lancashire side in county cricket took down more than five players per innings in the last two innings during the last month. According to details, Hassan Ali took five wickets in the first innings and one wicket in the second innings while playing against Hampshire. It merits … Read more

SEC, Pac-12 commissioners seek NIL help in D.C.

May 4, 2022 Heather Dinich Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of Indiana University Adam Rittenberg Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — SEC commissioner Greg Sankey and Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff met with United States senators in … Read more

Men’s college basketball coaching changes for 2022-23

Duke’s elevation of Jon Scheyer as the successor to retiring icon Mike Krzyzewski and Jay Wright’s shocking retirement at Villanova will stand as the most significant college basketball coaching changes for 2022-23, but other high-profile openings, including vacancies at Louisville, Florida, Maryland, LSU, Georgia, Kansas State, Seton Hall, South Carolina, Missouri and Xavier were also … Read more

‘They can conquer the world’: Oklahoma State’s group of transfers clicking at the right time

THE TRANSFER PORTAL, which drastically altered the foundation of college sports by facilitating the movement of players from school to school, will celebrate its fourth anniversary in October. But the man in charge of leading what is perhaps the premier destination for softball players seeking a second (or third) home still doesn’t know how to … Read more

The bold, steal-happy strategy making Florida softball a WCWS contender

TIM WALTON HAS a drill he likes to run during fall camp. Every Tuesday, Florida’s softball coach for the past 18 years gathers the top six hitters and runs an offensive simulation against the pitching staff. Then he steps back — like way back. As in, the players call their own signs. “It’s really cool,” … Read more

Inside Oklahoma softball’s Jordy Bahl’s ‘whole other level of greatness’

FEW THINGS IN softball have the ability to surprise Patty Gasso anymore. In her 28 years at Oklahoma, she has won five national championships and amassed more wins than anyone in Big 12 history. She has recruited and developed 20 first-team All-Americans, including stars like Keilani Ricketts and home run champ Jocelyn Alo. But a … Read more