The story of the 44-year-old wrestler
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Wall Street Journal | Grandpa, the college wrestler Read the Story
The NCAA doesn't track athletes by age, but anyone with eligibility remaining can play. Most old players are one-season headline makers. But Southern Maine’s Rick Chipman just completed a college wrestling career that started when he was 40.
USA TODAY | Say hello to Cinderella? Read the Story
Every March a double-digit NCAA tournament seed captivates the college basketball world with its play and personality. Few potential sleeper teams will have a better chance to do so this month than the Stephen F. Austin, a potentially dangerous No. 13 seed if they can win the Southland Conference tournament to claim the league's automatic berth.
Read the Story| Ready to crash the party
The past 15 AP national championships were won by a group of 10 schools. Of FBS' 128 current programs, 101 have never finished No. 1 in the poll, which began in 1936. The College Football Playoff means more chances for championship gate-crashers. Among teams that haven't won a title in the modern era (or ever), who is most likely to make a run?