The University of Pennsylvania announced on Wednesday that the remainder of the women's volleyball season will be cancelled after finding "vulgar, offensive, and disrespectful posters" in the women's locker room.
While commissioners all expressed concern at the passage of California's Fair Pay to Play Act earlier this week, some coaches seem to support the new law.
While LeBron James championed the change, Hershel Walker speculated that it might sow division among athletes.
Baylor University is known for its anti-LGBTQ policies. This is something football rival Rice University did not let go unnoticed at last weekend's game.
"I just had an amazing idea," Tina Fey, a UVA alum, says in a new public-service annoucement. "Stop doing that."
The NCAA currently prohibits college athletes from making any income off their collegiate sports career.
Murphy released a report that targeted colleges for treating student-athletes as athletes first and students second.
ESPN is rebranding its two programs exclusively dedicated to broadcast journalism with a pair of familiar faces at the helm.
Princeton, Columbia, Harvard, Amherst and Washington University in St. Louis have suspended men's teams or players from competing because of lewd messages that athletes allegedly exchanged.
From Christian McCaffrey to Villanova to the Cubs, 2016 never failed to fascinate sports fans.
A California judge sentenced Turner, a Stanford swimmer, to six months in jail for sexual assault.
Both 19, Bryce Dixon was a tight end at USC and Trey Lealaimatafao played for LSU.
The former Washington State quarterback led the nation in passing last year, and is now completely out of the game.
Students who suffer a concussion risk cognitive disabilities, poor academic performance and mood disorders.
Robert Nkemdiche, predicted to be a top pick in the 2016 NFL draft, fell from his Atlanta hotel room yesterday.
Even though the federal government doesn't consider it gambling.