After Sunday’s selection announcement on TBS (which was too long, or too short, or too rambling or too "why-didn’t-my-team-make-it," depending on who you ask), it’s finally time for the NCAA Tournament to begin.
Marcus Mariota brought his 'Mariota Magic' from Oregon to the Tennessee Titans, Dixie State won in a remarkable gamewinner by a former Alta star, and one Viewmont hoops fan learns not to turn her back on the court — the hard way.
Whether your team was celebrating a playoff berth, a division title or launching a now-former head coach into the “next chapter” of his career, it’s still a time to celebrate. Here are our favorite moments from the weekend.
Diane Baldwin has been taking her children to Utah Grizzlies days for years, but when her daughter Cozette enlisted in the U.S. Navy, they weren’t sure if she’d be around for the 2017-18 hockey season — or even Christmas.
We scour both tradition media and the internet for our favorite video clips of the week, and highlight them every Monday on KSL.com. This week, we didn’t have to go too far — or at least, not as far as a local high school marching band.
Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell made big news this weekend, and it wasn’t just for his play on the court, and Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield issued an apology for an indecent gesture during a rout of Kansas — but was it deserved?
To paraphrase a popular Nike slogan, (foot) ball is life. But sometimes, the ball is just the beginning, as in the case of the Ottawa Redblacks, Sky View High football team, and UVU's men's basketball squad this weekend.
Whether it’s an old face popping up in a new place, a pro standout proving himself in unexpected ways, or the (unfortunate) demise of one of the best haircuts in all of sport, change is a constant in the pro sports calendar.
Some sports fans take competition to another level. Oregon’s Duck mascot is one of them — as is a Hawaii linebacker who tried to take down San Diego State star Rashaad Penny, and Marshawn Lynch at his former high school.
Cal quarterback Ross Bowers did a literal front flip into the end zone during the Golden Bears' upset win over No. 8 Washington State. Tennessee quarterback Jake Bentley offered a remarkable showing of sportsmanship, and MLS fails geography.