UIL Medical Advisory committee set to discuss COVID-19

The UIL medical committee is set to meet on Sunday to discuss the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Study: racial graduation-rate gap grows for men’s NCAA teams

After NCAA eligibility vote, universities now tasked with making it work

With no sports, college athletes adjusting to new normal

NFL team owners vote to expand playoffs to 14 teams

NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility

  Way Back Sports: A Look at the 2014 SFA logo fail

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ETN Interview: Former elite athlete discusses postponing Olympics, and USOC’s stimulus request

Former SFA football player, sign company shifting focus to medical supplies

Weekly Texas Fishing Report (March 25)

2020-21 hunting and fishing season cancellation is rumor, TPWD says

Questions remain as decision looms on eligibility of spring NCAA Athletes

  Tokyo Olympics officially postponed to 2021 by IOC

SFA’s coach Keller, Kevon Harris bring home NABC awards

SFA men's basketball brought in two more awards Monday night.

2020 KTRE Pineywoods Showdown canceled due to COVID-19

The 12th edition of the KTRE Pineywoods Showdown will not take place due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Cowboys center Travis Frederick retires after 7 seasons

Travis Frederick is calling it a career and saying he is going out on his own terms.

  Former Longview Lobos baseball coach dies at age of 79

Andy Malone retired 10 years ago as the baseball coach at Longview. Friday evening, he died in Marshall at the age of 79.

  Trainers at APEC Tyler looking for alternative ways to help athletes stay in shape

Saints head coach Sean Payton tests positive for coronavirus

UIL: No Spring Sports until May 4

  ETN Interview: WWE superfan, SFA alum ‘Sign Guy’ talks about 2-day Wrestlemania

  Greece hands Olympic flame over to Japan amid calls to delay 2020 Games

Coach Keller: ‘Those kids had their mind set on going to Atlanta’

Weekly Texas Fishing Report (March 18)

The weekly fishing report as compiled for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for March 18.

Patrick Mahomes is helping families affected by the Coronavirus

The former Red Raider turned to Twitter to announce he would be donating 15,000 meals to families in the Kansas City area affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Sean Lee staying in Dallas

Sean Lee will return to the Cowboys for at least one more year.

SFA spring coaches now look to an uncertain offseason

The seasons are over and now coachs and players will have to look to what's next

Earnhardt, Busch sign on for NASCAR esports series

The multi-week series will start Sunday with a virtual competition at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  Durant among 4 Nets to test positive for new coronavirus

The Brooklyn Nets say four of their players have tested positive for the new coronavirus.

MLB teams pledge $30 million to support ballpark employees

Commissioner Rob Manfred made the announcement Tuesday, a day after pushing back opening day to mid-May at the earliest.

Jason Witten leaving Cowboys for Raiders

Popular longtime Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is seeing his time with the team come to an end after signing a free-agent deal with the Las Vegas Raiders, according to NFL Twitter.

SEC, ACC cancel sports for remainder of academic year

The ACC has cancelled athletics for the rest of the academic year in response to the coronavirus.

Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady leaving Patriots

The 42-year-old quarterback with six Super Bowl rings said Tuesday morning that he is leaving the New England Patriots.

Amari Cooper set to sign $100M deal with Cowboys

Sources are indicating that the Dallas Cowboys are ready to pay Amari Cooper a lot of money over the next five seasons.

Wrestlemania still a go but will have no fans

The grandest stage of them all will be a little bit less grand this year.

Kentucky Derby 146 re-scheduled for Saturday of Labor Day Weekend

You may not be able to wear white after Labor Day, but this year’s Kentucky Derby will offer fashionistas one final chance to put together their freshest ivory outfits.

SFA coaches talk about weekend without basketball

The season is over. Now the coaches are looking to stay busy.

Junior College athletes see seasons comes to an end as NJCAA cancels spring sports seasons

The NJCAA has followed the NCAA and canceled it's spring sports season as well as the remaining basketball championships.

MLB delays opening day to mid-May at earliest due to virus

The move came Monday after the federal government recommended restricting events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks.

Cowboys use franchise tag on Dak Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys have announced they are using the franchise tag to retain Dak Prescott for the 2020 season.

April NFL draft on schedule, no public events in Las Vegas

NFL Draft events for the public scheduled in Las Vegas next month have been canceled, the league said Monday.

Cowboys put exclusive franchise tag on Dak Prescott

The Cowboys made sure no other team could swoop in and take their franchise quarterback.

  La Poynor boys basketball team disappointed after UIL championship games suspended

The UIL’s championship games are suspended, and the LaPoynor boys were just one win away from winning it all in San Antonio.

NFL players approve labor deal, including 17-game season

The NFL players on Sunday approved a new labor agreement with the league that features a 17-game regular season.

  UIL basketball tournament suspended until further notice over COVID-19 concerns

Due to growing concerns over COVID-19 (coronavirus), the remainder of the UIL Boys State Basketball Tournament is suspended until further notice.

Reliving the season that was for the Lumberjacks

The SFA season is over. What a season it was.

  Scrubbed: March Madness leads long list of canceled sports

Several basketball conferences announced cancellations on Thursday amid a coronavirus pandemic.

Minor League Baseball delays start of 2020 season due to coronavirus concerns

Minor League Baseball has delayed the start of the 2020 season due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.

Southland Conference cancels the remainder of its championship basketball tournament

Amid the growing concerns over the coronavirus, the leadership of the Southland Conference has decided to cancel the rest of its championship tournament in Katy.

UIL limiting fans at boys state basketball tournament

Fans are still being allowed to attend the UIL Boys Basketball State tournament but they have to have a pre-purchased ticket.

NBA suspends season after player tests positive for virus

NBA suspending season after Wednesday night’s games until further notice because of the coronavirus concerns.

Southland Conference limiting attendance beginning Thursday morning; NCAA president closes national tournament to public

Emmert has decided to close the national tournament to the public due to concerns about COVID-19.

Tiger Woods elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame

Already among the greatest on the golf course, Tiger Woods will join them in the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Weekly Texas Fishing Report (March 11)

The weekly fishing report as compiled for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for March 11.

Coronavirus forces Texas Rangers to reschedule Opening Day series with Seattle Mariners

Washington Governor, Jay Inslee, has issued an emergency proclamation that limits large events to minimize public health risk during COVID-19.

Lumberjacks see new levels of success with change in practice

Practice makes perfect and the 'Jacks have bought in to a new way of doing it.

Martins Mill, Shelbyville, La Poynor ready to bring home state basketball titles

The high school basketball season will come to an end this weekend in San Antonio.

Ladyjacks looking to end 13 drought between NCAA tournament apperances

It has been called the "Katy Curse" and SFA is looking to end it this week at the Southland Tournament.

NCAA conferences alter postseason tournaments due to coronavirus threat

College sports are starting to take steps to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

NCAA: March Madness going ahead as planned

NCAA basketball tournament games are scheduled to begin next week.

Nathan Bain’s magical year still going

Nathan Bain is wrapping up his days at SFA but he is doing it with his family by his side.

Southland Conference Tournament taking steps to prepare for crowds as coronavirus concerns grow

Preparations are being made with the SLC expecting fans from all over three different states in Katy this week.

Former Cowboys quarterback coach accepts position as head coach, athletic director at Burleson ISD

The Burleson Independent School District (BISD) names Coach Jon Kitna, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback coach and National Football League (NFL) player, as Head Football Coach and Athletic Coordinator at Burleson High School.

US Soccer, women’s players at odds over ‘equal pay’ offer

The U.S. Soccer Federation says it has offered the women’s national team equal pay to male counterparts. The women disputed the USSF account.

  SFA ends season with 68-57 win over Sam Houston

The SFA Jacks finished their season with a win and celebrating a regular season title.

Red Raiders open Big 12 Championship against Texas Thursday morning

A new fight begins for Texas Tech next week at the Big 12 Championship when the Red Raiders open the tournament against No. 4 seed Texas at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday at the Sprint Center.

NBA tells teams to plan for empty arenas; LeBron says no way

The league circulated a memo to its teams Friday telling them to prepare in case it becomes necessary to play games without fans or media, as sports leagues in Europe have already done.

Joe Burrow appears in new Nerf commercial with NFL stars

The toy company Nerf has released a new commercial featuring former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow alongside NFL stars.

Drew Brees gets a buzz for charity

The future Hall of Fame quarterback shaved his head in Boston for charity.

Road closures planned for Saturday’s FRESH 15 race in Tyler

Road closures are planned in south Tyler on Saturday as the Fresh 15 race winds through neighborhoods.

SFA looks to extend streak vs SHSU

Stephen F. Austin looks for its 15th straight conference win against Sam Houston State.

SFA baseball looking to turn season around as they start SLC play

SFA is looking to start conference play with a win which would snap a 7-game losing streak.

Diboll, Grapeland one win from state

Boys basketball teams can almost taste the smell of the hardwood in the Alamo Dome.

UIL, Alamo Dome officials monitoring coronavirus ahead of state basketball tournaments

The state girls basketball tournament is still a go in San Antonio this week.

WEBXTRA: Grapeland heads to state 2A girls basketball state tournament

The Grapeland Sandiettes are heading to the 2A girls basketball state tournament.

Weekly Texas Fishing Report (March 4)

The weekly fishing report as compiled for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for March 4.

Texas Tech qualifies 16 entries for NCAA Championships

The national title meet in Albuquerque, N.M., will include nine men and five women representing Texas Tech.

Despite coronavirus, IOC unwavering on Olympics starting in July

International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach told reporters “neither the word cancellation nor the word postponement was even mentioned” at a board meeting he chaired in Lausanne, Switzerland.

  An NCAA Tournament with empty arenas? It can’t be ruled out

Chief Operating Officer Donald Remy did not dismiss the possibility of games being played with no fans in arenas. The games presumably would still be televised.

Man makes catch of a lifetime on Lake Nacogdoches

Joe Castle caught a whopping 15.34 pound, 27.5 inch largemouth bass on a plastic worm and light tackle.

Japan Olympic Minister: Games could be held any time in 2020

Talks between Tokyo’s organizing committee and the International Olympic Committee are being held this week to determine their next steps as the coronavirus continues to spread worldwide, according to the Associated Press.