Nancy Armour, A-J Media

Nancy Armour

A-J Media

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent:
  • A-J Media
  • The Tennessean
  • USA TODAY
  • DelmarvaNow!
Past:
  • The Progress-Index
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • Chicago Sun-Times
  • North Jersey News
  • Enquirer
  • The News Leader
  • Providence Journal
  • WickedLocal
  • MetroWest Daily News
  • Milford Daily News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Nancy:

Stanford nips Arizona, wins first women's NCAA championship since 1992

Arizona had the ball with 6.1 seconds left, but Aari McDonald's last-second, off-balance heave bounced off the rim and the Cardinal held on 54-53. → Read More

Opinion: Baylor women's coach Kim Mulkey's suggestion to stop COVID tests is ignorant, irresponsible

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey suggested that there should be no COVID testing before the Final Fours for the men's and women's NCAA basketball tournaments. → Read More

No. 1 Connecticut clips No. 2 Baylor to earn 13th consecutive women's Final Four berth

The Huskies beat the Bears, 69-67, behind freshman Paige Bueckers' game-high 28 points. They advance to meet the winner of Indiana-Arizona. → Read More

No. 6 Texas stymies No. 2 Maryland to reach women's Elite Eight

Texas held high-scoring Maryland to just two field goals over the final 6:25 on their way to their first women's Elite Eight appearance since 2016. → Read More

COVID-19 protocols knock VCU out of men's NCAA Tournament's first-round game against Oregon

Virginia Commonwealth is out of the NCAA Tournament before its first game due to COVID-19 protocol. Oregon, its opponent, will advance. → Read More

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown to OSU: Fire F. King Alexander if review finds violation during time at LSU

Gov. Kate Brown expects OSU to remove Alexander if the independent review confirms he did not uphold his responsibilities to protect LSU students. → Read More

Opinion: Gonzaga, Baylor get well-deserved do-overs with No. 1 seeds

Gonzaga is the last unbeaten team. If it wins the national championship, it would be first men's team to finish a season without a loss since 1976. → Read More

Kansas, football coach Les Miles mutually agree to part ways amid probe into inappropriate behavior at LSU

Kansas and Les Miles have mutually agreed to part ways after damning reports about his behavior with female students while he was at LSU. → Read More

Opinion: Urban Meyer learns he can't run an NFL team like a college fiefdom

Jacksonville Jaguars announced late Friday night they parted ways with Chris Doyle, who'd been accused of racism and bullying while at Iowa → Read More

'A compelling character': Simone Biles to star in new behind-the-scenes docuseries ahead of Olympics

Simone Biles makes everything look easy. She’s about to show you how wrong that is in a new docuseries from Religion of Sports on Facebook Watch. → Read More

Opinion: Mark Cuban's decision to not play national anthem before games will surely draw outrage. But it’s long overdue.

Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks are not playing The Star Spangled Banner before NBA games this season. It's a move that is long overdue. → Read More

Opinion: Tom Brady has gotten an undeserved pass for his past support of Donald Trump

Tom Brady was happy to talk politics when supporting Donald Trump in 2015 but has steered clear of the topic, a luxury not afforded other athletes. → Read More

Commentary: How Bruce Arians’ Super Bowl victory may convince owners to hire diverse coaches

The nearly-all-white, all-boys club of NFL coaches and coordinators has been nearly impossible to crack. Public shaming hasn’t improved diversity. Neither have the suggestions and incentives from Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league office. So maybe what owners need is some good, old-fashioned envy. → Read More

Opinion: How Bruce Arians' Super Bowl victory may convince owners to hire diverse coaches

Bruce Arians put together the most diverse coaching staff in the NFL, and the group led the Buccaneers to a stunning Super Bowl victory. → Read More

Tom Brady still tops with seventh title as Buccaneers rip Chiefs in Super Bowl 55

Tom Brady and the Tampa Buccaneers won Super Bowl 55 with a 31-9 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs. The win gives Tom Brady seven career championships. → Read More

Patrick Mahomes is bigger than the NFL, and there's a lot more to come

As the Chiefs quarterback tries for his second Super Bowl title, his influence and impact on the game and his world is exploding. → Read More

Opinion: Whitney Houston's anthem rendition remains iconic 30 years after Super Bowl 25

Whitney Houston's rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" reached No. 20 on Billboard's Hot 100, and all proceeds from the single went to charity → Read More

Opinion: Tom Brady taking Buccaneers to Super Bowl ends Brady-Belichick debate. Or does it?

Tom Brady is joining three others as only NFL QBs to take two different franchises to Super Bowls. And he can thank his old coach for the help. → Read More

Opinion: As Super Bowl matchups go, it doesn't get much better than Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are trying to become first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since Tom Brady and the Patriots in 2004 → Read More

Opinion: Hank Aaron left his mark on America just as he did on baseball's record books

Former President Bill Clinton credited the racial tolerance Hank Aaron inspired for making it possible for Barack Obama to become president. → Read More