• NCAA Policy Aside, UCF Player Keeps YouTube Channel

    by Jason Scott June 2017

    Donald De La Haye, a kicker on the University of Central Florida’s football team, has decided to maintain his popular YouTube channel — a move that could prompt NCAA sanctions.

  • Tennessee Hopes to Hire New Title IX Chief

    by Rachel Ohm June 2017

    There's no firm timeline for when the University of Tennessee will have in place some of the recommendations of a new report critiquing its Title IX policies, President Joe DiPietro said Thursday. But he hopes to hire a systemwide coordinator by the end of the year.

  • New Mexico Taps Search Firm to Find New AD

    by Geoff Grammer June 2017

    Paul Krebs is technically still on the job for 10 more days, albeit while using vacation days. And interim athletic director Janice Ruggiero is holding down the University of New Mexico athletics department in the meantime.

  • College of Charleston Investigating Baseball Coach

    by Andrew Miller June 2017

    College of Charleston baseball coach Matt Heath is under investigation by school officials after complaints from former players about alleged abusive behavior by the head coach over the past two seasons, a source close to the athletic department told The Post and Courier on Monday.

  • Illinois Revises Football Stadium Renovation Plans

    by Jason Scott June 2017

    The University of Illinois is changing gears on a plan to renovate Memorial Stadium. Athletic Director Josh Whitman announced Tuesday that the $132 million plan that was proposed in October will be postponed, and the school will instead shift focus to a standalone football performance center.

  • Big East Hosts Inaugural Mental Health Summit

    by Courtney Cameron June 2017

    On June 15-16, the Big East Conference, in partnership with the NCAA, held its inaugural Mental Health Summit at Georgetown University.

  • $60M Budget Cuts Result in Lost Hours, Jobs at MU

    by Courtney Cameron June 2017

    The University of Missouri is reducing on-campus facility hours and staff in an effort to address nearly $60 million in budget cuts for the fiscal year 2018. The cuts are expected to reach into Mizzou's student recreation center, and beyond.

  • Opinion: Money Key to College Football Success

    by Vince Grippi June 2017

    College football, and all college sports, revolve around money. No program can be successful without it.

  • Residents Group Sues to Block Aquatics Complex

    by Courtney Cameron June 2017

    A Long Beach residents group filed suit on Wednesday in the Los Angeles County Superior Court in an attempt to prevent construction of an oceanfront competitive aquatics complex.

  • Could the CAP Agreement Shake Up College Athletics?

    by Jason Scott June 2017

    A new kind of agreement between college players and their schools could bring fundamental changes to the balance of power in collegiate athletics.