• Ex-Penn State Gymnasts Detail Alleged Abuse

    by Jason Scott June 2016

    Former gymnasts have accused Penn State women’s gymnastics coaches Jeff and Rachelle Thompson of emotional and verbal abuse, and details of the allegations have emerged in recent reports.

  • Pac-12 to Run and Broadcast e-Sports Competition

    by Jason Scott June 2016

    In recent years, e-Sports have made major strides toward legitimacy. Broadcast television has turned e-Sports into a commercial product, some schools have begun giving e-Sports scholarships, and now a major collegiate conference is poised to take the e-Sports movement even further.

  • Baylor Fires Football Coach Art Briles

    by Stuart Goldman May 2016

    Baylor University has fired head football coach Art Briles amid a rape scandal and the school’s handling of sexual assault allegations.

  • Ken Starr Reportedly Out as Baylor President

    by Stuart Goldman May 2016

    Despite reports that the Baylor University board of regents has removed President Ken Starr from office in the wake of Baylor’s handling of rape and sexual assault convictions and allegations against Baylor football players, the chairman of the board of regents said Starr remained Baylor’s president.

  • U. of Nebraska Sued Over Gameday Balloon Release

    by Stuart Goldman May 2016

    A man has filed a lawsuit against the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska in an attempt to ban balloon releases after the Husker football team’s first touchdown at home games.

  • Mississippi State Student Dies in Stadium Fall

    by Jason Scott May 2016

    A 21-year-old student at Mississippi State University died Saturday when he fell through the roof of the video board at Davis Wade Stadium.

  • Bowling Green Settles Concussion Suit for $712K

    by Jason Scott May 2016

    Bowling Green University will pay a former football player $712,000 to settle a lawsuit that claimed coaches and medical staff didn’t properly address his concussions.

  • Motion Urging UMass to Drop Football Defeated

    by Stuart Goldman April 2016

    The University of Massachusetts Faculty Senate defeated a motion urging UMass administration to drop football down a level or eliminate the program altogether.

  • Texas A&M OKs $68M for New Track, Softball Stadiums

    by Stuart Goldman April 2016

    The Texas A&M Board of Regents approved new stadiums for the track and field and softball teams Wednesday that will cost a combined $68 million.

  • Should Eastern Michigan Drop Football?

    by Jason Scott April 2016

    A report released by faculty and students at Eastern Michigan University suggests that Division I football is too large of a drain on the school’s resources and should be dropped in order to save students money.