A lawsuit claiming the NCAA acted beyond its authority was settled on Friday. With 111 wins restored in his name, Joe Paterno is once again the winningest college football coach in history.
An image of the Baylor defensive end looking enormous went viral on Twitter.
The school’s decision to cut the program could impact membership in its conference and division for other athletic programs.
The NCAA basketball season doesn’t start for another couple of weeks, but we already have an amazing story.
And in other news there was also a football game that night.
The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team capped off a perfect season and spoiled Notre Dame’s, defeating the Irish 79-58, to win the Huskies’ ninth national title.
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The UConn men’s Huskies defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54 on Monday night to secure the national title, just one year after the Connecticut program was barred from March Madness due to faltering grades.
The staff for WCJB TV-20 did their best to show viewers footage from the Florida Gators’ game against the Dayton Flyers.
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Marcus Smart’s frustration boils over in confrontation with Texas Tech’s “Number One Fan.”
The movement is led by one of the team’s quarterbacks and affiliated with an advocacy group founded by a former UCLA linebacker.
Berkshire Hathaway will insure a $1 billion prize to anyone who accurately picks the winner of every NCAA tournament game this March as part of a competition from mortgage lender Quicken Loans.
And the university has disavowed her research, which suggested that up to 10% of basketball and football players read below a third-grade level.
Did you hear about what happened when Idaho played at New Mexico State last Saturday? Of course you didn’t.
Fall nights might never be the same if IMG Academy executes its multimillion-dollar plan to build a high school football program.
The madness started a little early this year.
The Martin Luther King scholar is the heart of the new documentary Schooled’s powerful case against “student-athlete” amateurism. NFL stars and prominent figures in and outside sports have taken up his cause as well — but will the courts and the wider public ever see things so radically?
The Hurricanes have now been cited for lack of institutional control and will lose a few scholarships, but will face no further bowl bans.
It remains unclear when or why the former senator suggested reducing the sanctions against Penn State’s program — and why the NCAA is employing a third party to perform the very act of supervision that’s supposed to be the entire reason for their existence.
Players at Oklahoma State got paid for performance. Does that make you mad? Or does it make you mad that it makes other people mad?
Shocking unless you’ve ever heard about anything the NCAA has ever done before.
There are fans, and then there are fans.
Starting next year, video-game giant Electronic Arts (EA) won’t be allowed to use the NCAA’s logo in its games. Like so many divorces, it’s about money, and while both are sure to survive the split, we can’t help shedding a nostalgic tear.