Dana O'Neil
Dana O’Neil, a senior writer for The Athletic, has worked for more than 25 years as a sports writer, covering the Final Four, the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals and NHL playoffs. She has worked previously at ESPN and the Philadelphia Daily News and has been honored with multiple writing awards. Her book, Long Shots, chronicling Villanova’s journey to a national championship, was published in 2017. Follow Dana on Twitter @DanaONeilWriter.
O’Neil: Bad news for Oklahoma State is worse for others involved in NCAA cases
The NCAA dropped the hammer on Oklahoma State's men's basketball program this week, hitting the Cowboys with a postseason ban for the 2020-21 campaign, leading many to wonder why they were hit harder than other. The Athletic's Dana O'Neil explains the odd decision.
The Athletic: Stephen F. Austin and the journey to secure an NCAA bid
As the calendar turns to March, the NCAA Tournament starts to loom large. For Southland Conference schools like Stephen F. Austin - led by former A&M assistant coach Kyle Keller - the chance to play Cinderella at the big dance is the ultimate goal.
State of the Program: Texas A&M starts at the beginning with Buzz Williams
Even as Aggies are focused on the upcoming football season, the A&M basketball team is heading into a new era under first-year head coach Buzz Williams. Williams knows he and his team have work to do before Texas A&M is ready to compete for championships.
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