The Foul Trans-Governing of School Sports
It would have been far better for the Biden administration to simply let the democratic process play out.
California Could Make College Athletic Recruiting Into a Bidding War
California is attempting to shoehorn a flawed government-mandated revenue-sharing policy onto every other state.
Caitlin Clark breaks silence on Angel Reese controversy
The disproportionate responses Clark and Reese got as a result of using a popular gesture sparked a conversation about racial double standards.
Angel Reese's cousin Jordan Hawkins speaks out amid controversy
Fellow college basketball star Jordan Hawkins stood up for Angel Reese after she faced criticism for taunting another player.
These are the real dangers of the sports betting boom for young men
Wagers on March Madness is up five-fold this year, as sports betting booms. Experts worry a surge in gambling addiction, depression and suicide will follow.
Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach dies after heart attack
Leach was at practice on Saturday with the Bulldogs football team before suffering his health issue on Sunday.
UVA football players react to teammates' deaths: "I'm speechless"
"[Three] great players..." teammate Terrell Jones tweeted. "But 3 even better great men off the field."
Can LeBron James Play College Sports? NBA Superstar Floats Idea on Twitter
LeBron James was regarded as a top high school football player in Ohio before he declared for the NBA Draft in 2003.
What Educators Can Learn From Coach Saban, Coach K and the 2022 NBA Finals
The methodologies and attitudes our nation's best coaches deploy may be the best way to close racial and class gaps in academic performance too.
Swimmer Lia Thomas Felt Weaker, Slower in Competition After Transitioning
"Transitioning to get an advantage is not something that ever factors into our decisions," Thomas hit back at her critics.
Baseball Players Killed in Crash After Winning Title Mourned By University
The two freshman pitchers from LaGrange College had been celebrating a major win with their team just prior to the crash.
College Athletes Are Using Branded Merchandise to Reach Fans—Here's How
College athletes can finally make money off their names, images and likeness, often referred to as NIL. Here's how to get started with Vintage Brands.
March Madness Betting Expected to Exceed $3 Billion, Set All-Time High
An estimated 45 million people will place bets during this year's March Madness.
The Improbable and Absolutely American Life of Coach K
From humble beginnings, Mike Krzyzewski rose to basketball royalty and became one of the most influential coaches, teachers and leaders in American life.
College Football Playoff Will Stay as Is, Looks to New Format in 2026
The tournament will keep its four-team format, expanding no earlier than the 2026-27 season.
Panel Will Decide Whether Accused Russian Figure Skater Can Compete
It is unclear if Russia will lose its gold medal following Kamila Valieva's test results.
University Bans Concessions at Sports Events After Fans Ignore Mask Mandate
The new rules will require attendees to drink water outside and will be enforced by event staff and law enforcement.
Next Step for NCAA in Age of NIL: Figuring Out Enforcement Mechanisms
The CEO of one content platform for NCAA athletes said his organization has seen $10 million in endorsement deals in the six months since the NIL market opened.
Lia Thomas' Potential NCAA Competitor Welcomes Race Against Trans Athlete
Brooke Forde, who is currently ranked third nationally behind Thomas and Arizona State's Emma Nordin, is expected to face off against Thomas in March.
College Football Playoff Expansion Talks Stall Again, Unlikely Before 2024
The stalling of the current talks make it unlikely that the playoff field will be expanded beyond four teams before at least 2024.
Wake Forest AD Says 5 Teams Have Called About Replacing Texas A&M in Bowl
Wake Forest athletic director John Currie said at least five teams have asked about joining the Dec. 31 bowl, including one that has already played a bowl game.
Miami Football Program Enters COVID Protocol, Sun Bowl Could Be in Jeopardy
The University of Miami Hurricanes football team announced it had entered COVID protocols Tuesday, 10 days before they are scheduled to play in the Sun Bowl.
NC State Men's Basketball on Probation for Giving Dennis Smith Jr. $40K
The panel that conducted an independent investigation said the violations "demonstrate a reckless indifference to NCAA constitution and bylaws."
The Biden Administration is Sending Title IX to the Ash Heap of History
The Biden administration has accelerated its timeline for new regulations that redefine "sex" in federal law, threatening to undermine decades-old Title IX protections.
Colleges Should Be Allowed To Pay Their Student Athletes
It's hard to find an argument that schools shouldn't be allowed to make a decision to fairly compensate athletes.
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament receives clearance to expand to 68 teams
An outside study looked at gender equity issues in the NCAA and came back with several recommendations.
College Sports Paid Over $500M in 'Dead Money' to Fired Coaches
Auburn, Nebraska, Texas, Ole Miss and Kansas were among the schools that paid coaches at least $20 million to not coach.
ESPN Reporter Joins Conservative News Outlet After Leaving Over Vaccines
"Allison is a massive talent. ESPN's loss is our members' gain," Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro said.
Labor Board Threatens to Sue NCAA for Calling Players Student-Athletes
NLRB General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo said the term "student-athlete" was created to discourage college athletes from pursuing rights as employees.
College Athletes Should Be Able to Unionize, Labor Relations Board Says
A memorandum issued by the National Labor Relations Board said student-athletes are employees according to the National Labor Relations Act.