Perhaps it was all those hours of watching his father minister to less fortunate people on the streets of New York City that heavily influenced Baylor coach Matt Rhule.
As he spotted the red-and-blue flashing lights of the patrol car, David Rodriguez panicked.
Guyla Smith has grown accustomed to the noise. Her softball field borders a set of railroad tracks, and she knows it takes exactly six whistles for a train to pass.
When Mitch Thompson encountered a crossroads in his life in early 2012, he turned to the cross and found peace.
When Isaiah Austin learned that his basketball career was over due to Marfan syndrome, he curled his 7-1 frame into a corner and cried.
Go ahead. Ask them. Ask any fan of the University Trojans’ soccer team about the most significant assist of the year, and the answer will always be the same.
After running through as complete a year as a women’s college basketball player ever has in the game’s history, Brittney Griner is our choice for the Tribune-Herald's annual award.
It's not just because Griffin captured college football's most prestigious prize that made him the overwhelming choice. Griffin's impact was so wide-ranging because of the selfless way in which he played.
If Baylor athletic direcor Ian McCaw is smiling a lot these days, he's got a reason.