For the patriarch of football's first family, his No. 1 lesson for his boys had nothing to do with football.
In the sweltering bayou country of southern Louisiana, four accomplished men reunite every summer, bunking together as roommates in the cramped living quarters of a small college.
"As a fan of the game, I'm pleased the two sides have reached a deal and, as a professional, I want to get back to work."
Upstart Villanova proved March Madness, like life, is all bout your performance on the court.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is nicknamed March Madness for two reasons: One, that’s the month when the three-week tournament mainly happens each year and, two, the tourney’s legacy includes dynasty teams and dramatic underdog stories. March Madness, as in life, is all about how you perform on the court. Nothing else matters—your size, your fame or the name on the front of your jersey.
Pat Summitt’s Strategy Centers on Goal-Setting
Eight times Pat Summitt’s University of Tennessee women’s basketball team has ended the season by lifting high the national championship trophy. Not once was that her team’s goal.
Before each of the 34 seasons that Summitt has been a head coach of some of the most accomplished teams of all time, she and her captains have committed a set of goals to writing.